December 12, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: MLK Statue

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12 comments:

Natalie said...

Oh dear!

My Wordless Wednesday post is up too! :)

Reba said...

We apologize for putting Reba's link up twice... it was an 'ooopppsss' moment.

We love your cartoon. Happy Wordless/Woofless Wednesday.

Alice - I Was Born2Cree8
http://iwasborn2cree8.blogspot.com

Reba @ Reba's Run
http://rebasrun.blogspot.com

Shannon said...

That is a shame when we have so many talented American artists.

Shelia said...

Hi Villager, I hope that life is treating you well.

Sucks doesn't it? I've discussed this subject so harshly I don't even have anything else to say.

Muze said...

yeah this is sad. but still funny.

**"Liza"** said...

oh dear, that is true its a shame a lot of American people got laid off lately..

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I'm not liking the out sourcing to China at all, including this one. Have a great day Villager. :)

2cents said...

lol..thanks for sharing, Mine is up at 4 Seasons Of My LifeM. Hope you can visit me too.

iriegal said...

It is sad that we talk about the "UNION" label, but we don't support it. Everything in America is outsourced, so I am not surprised.
Martin Luther King's ideologies might be more accepted and practiced in China then it is here.

My Chutney Garden said...

Hi,
I loved the cartoon,
So true. Very glad I found your blog
Sharon

Tricotine said...

Oh, boy! :-D

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Woozie said...

The little cone hat is a bit much (odd from a people who have experienced so much racism) but it is disappointing even this is being outsourced. I'd love to see a bit more chromatic diversity on the design and construction fronts, not just black folk. Dr. King was about equality for all.