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Kirk Anderson's Editorial Cartoons

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1. Kirk Anderson  Kirk Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2004-07-29 brand 
Cartoonist(s): Kirk Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Kirk Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2004-08-02 Pub. Date: 2004-07-29
Image Number: 7856
Caption: Branding. (First panel - Rancher brands his cattle. Second panel - Children wearing "Gap", Kike and Tommy Hilfiger t-shirts and eating a hamburger watch an executive who carries a briefcase from which dollars are spilling. Briefcase has Nike logo on outside.)
     
2. Kirk Anderson  Kirk Anderson's Editorial Cartoons 2003-08-31 brand 
Cartoonist(s): Kirk Anderson
Comic/Cartoon: Kirk Anderson's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2003-12-03 Pub. Date: 2003-08-31
Image Number: 5851
Caption: Running Government More Like a Business. A manager who mush report to you lies to you. (WMD.) Blows deadlines. (Iraq Calendar.) Incurs huge cost overruns. (U.S. Debt.) Ignores the company's own data. (CIA Evidence is Weak.) Makes unrealistic, self-serving projections (predictions about welcome by Iraqis), and when test markets show customers are dissatisfied (truth about welcome by Iraqis). he changes his stated goals to fit the results. (Find wmd - mass graves. Free US from terror - Iraq from Saddam.) He hands our fat contracts to friends, with no public bidding process (Halliburton), has difficulty working with others (United Nations), and his PR blunders hurt the brand name in international markets (Stop U.S. Imperialism). Employee morale is down (*#&!+) and workplace injuries are up (military casualties). Do you .... Charge him? Sue him? Fire him? Tar and feather him? Reward him with expanded powers and an unlimited budget and time frame?
     
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