RINOs R Us

Art by A.F. Branco

Jeff Flake and Mitt Romney
Jeff Flake and Mitt Romney

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- RINOs R Us.

Outgoing Senator Flake is relieved he’s found his replacement in the Senator from Utah Mitt Romney. Both fill the RINOs R Us bill nicely by bashing the Trump agenda.

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A.F. Branco is a GrassRoots Conservative Political Cartoonist for Conservative Daily News, Net Right Daily, Legal Insurrection, and now Ammoland Shooting Sports News.

A.F. Branco has taken his two greatest passions, (art and politics) and manifested them into the cartoons that have been seen all over the country, in various news outlets including “Fox News” and “The Washington Post.” He has been recognized by such personalities as James Woods, Sarah Palin, Larry Elder, Lars Larson, and even the great El Rushbo.

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tomcat
tomcat
1 year ago

A RINO a$$wipe replacing another one of the same caliber. Maybe the two of them should get a room so they can discuss their hate for Trump and the repub. party. They are both so intelligent it is hard to be them. (sic) Romney just needs for someone to smack him in the nose and bend it to one side like Flake’s. Or maybe Flake’s nose got that way because someone made a sharp left turn without warning him.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  tomcat

@Tcat, Their looks aside they are both corrupt. I believe that the political partys not only facilitate one self serving liar with another self serving liar of the same caliber, but the partys arrange it. Maybe it is time to “ban” something that is worth banning. We could replace political parties with tweeting.
We, also, need the Right of Recall for went the skillful liars fool us.

tomcat
tomcat
1 year ago
Reply to  Wild Bill

@ Wild Bill Right of Recall would be the golden egg we citizens need to help control our employees. Term limits would be another good deal. With both of these rules in place the halls of congress would be empty and hard to fill again. They have voted themselves all the cushy benefits they can dream up and they keep coming back even if they can’t function. I have to wonder if other countries that have elected lawmakers have the amount of thieves and cheats we have.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago

Romney has revealed himself as the “already corrupted politician” If We the People had the Right of recall as a remedy to a self-serving, egotistical, liar, then we could do something about it. We need the Right of recall for and term limits on politicians, bureaucrats, and judges.

3L120
3L120
1 year ago

I live in Utah. Romney had the $ to get elected. His opponent was a doctor who just could not get his message out, besides the way R talked before the election is not the way he is talking now. So, the choice was R or a Democrat. But just think what it would have been like if he win his presidential bid!

Is R an AH?, Yes. But look who Arizona elected to replace Flake.

Bob Koceja
Bob Koceja
1 year ago

Political whore.

durabo
durabo
1 year ago

I find it baffling that usually conservative LDS members could become left-wing activists within the GOP. I bailed out of the Repugnican Party (n o – I did not join the Demolition Party!) in 1990 and became a proud Paleo-Conservative independent voter. It was then I wrote,
“Democrats and today’s Republicans are the two wings of the same loathsome Socialist carrion-feeder.”.
Yep – I have been right all along.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  durabo

, Yep, and I do believe that the parties have been corrupting American politics since about day one. Maybe it is time to ban political parties!

Macofjack
Macofjack
1 year ago

Flake or McCain, he is channeling one or both of them!

Hoplite
Hoplite
1 year ago

Most accurate cartoon of the year so far. And as far as snide comments about Mormons, tsk, tsk. You apparently don’t know many. And Masons by and large are good people too. And no, I a neither. I am just your average old Sou Baptist.

Roy D.
Roy D.
1 year ago
Reply to  Hoplite

Perhaps you are right and I just haven’t met the “right” ones. Then again, perhaps I am a little more able to separate the wheat from the chaff.

Roy D.
Roy D.
1 year ago

I think of Mormons like I think of Masons and for much the same reasons.

Ron
Ron
1 year ago
Reply to  Roy D.

I know a GREAT many Masons personally. Some of the finest men I have ever had the honor to meet and to be associated with.
And historically speaking, For all of the ‘Patriots’ out there, George Washington along with many other of our Founding Fore Fathers were Masons. And many more that helped build this once great Nation.

R1

Macofjack
Macofjack
1 year ago
Reply to  Roy D.

D. You think? Amazing!

Green Mtn. Boy
Green Mtn. Boy
1 year ago

Too many RINO’s in a supposed conservative party,unfortunately rinos aren’t extinct,one dies odd and another is elected in his place.

JaysGone
JaysGone
1 year ago

Just one more Politician looking for a job to make himself feel as though hes got some power.
3 different states looking for work.
What a pitiful man he is.
Even stupider people voting for him.
Prime example of a politician and what makes them so liked.

m.
m.
1 year ago

one mormon-moron replaces another

Larry Brickey
Larry Brickey
1 year ago
Reply to  m.

I take it you don’t like Mormons. Why?

Grigori
Grigori
1 year ago
Reply to  Larry Brickey

He didn’t say he didn’t like Mormons, he noted that one moron who is a Mormon is replacing another moron who is a Mormon. Of course, if one were looking to find a reason to dislike Mormons which I am not, a hell of a lot of Mormons voted for Romney in 2012 for no other reason than he was a Mormon which is kind of moronic.

Richard L
Richard L
1 year ago
Reply to  Grigori

You mean like Blacks voting for Obama?

3L120
3L120
1 year ago
Reply to  Richard L

Exactly the same thing. They feel he, R or o, reflects their values.