One For the Kids: The Cartoons of the Future

August 21, 2010

Something I missed when writing The Wave of the Future is the way our cartoons will once again proclaim pure American values once again. Just watch these examples, and you will see what I mean!

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3 Responses to “One For the Kids: The Cartoons of the Future”

  1. poofterrific latinist said

    Oh…my…Goodness! I so remember this cartoon! It was like 1990 or 1991, right? I remember the lame intro by George the First and Barbara Bush in the Oval Office.

    Anyway, there’s a problem with this video. Anyone who sees cartoon characters pop out of a comic book is whack. Either they’ve got that poly-sensory phenomenon, brought back the wrong mushrooms from a hiking trip, or has been licking the wrong stamps. This video is not conservative. It’s so liberal because it encourages kids to trip and see if characters pop out of comic books. Maybe George the First secretly teamed up with NORML for this production. Whatever.

    Viva the liberal infiltration of anti-drug PSAs!

  2. poofterrific latinist said

    Ack! This is what happens when you don’t watch the video before commenting! Wheeeee!

    Alright. I was thinking of “Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue.” But that is also an upstanding film about the dangers of drug abuse.

    I still don’t get the Noam Chomsky reference. Anyway Chomsky is also a vanguard of conservative and patriotic values! He has been misrepresented in this cartoon! Calumny!

  3. Dave Lister said

    Yes, this is the super new cartoon of the future. As for Noam Chomsky — he hates Israel, he is a self-hating Jew, and he criticizes America for its rightful actions in the world.

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