boondocks comic strip

1st Panel
Huey Freeman: Ahem… In this time of war against Osama Bin Laden and the oppressive taliban regime…

2nd Panel
Huey Freeman: We are thankful that OUR leader isn’t the spoiled son of a powerful politician from a wealthy oil family who is supported by religious fundamentalists, operates through clandestine organizations, has no respect for the democratic electoral process, bombs innocents, and uses war to deny people their civil liberties. Amen.

Robert Freeman: This is the last time you say grace, boy.

Aaron McGruder did not give a single f**k during the Bush era!

1st Panel
Jazmine DuBois: Why aren’t you coming to our cookout on the fourth?

Huey Freeman: I don’t know if your parents told you this, Jazmine, but we weren’t freed on independence day.

2nd Panel
Huey Freeman: Apparently one of the rights America won from the British was the right to hold slaves and oppress others. I see little reason to celebrate.

3rd Panel

4th Panel
Jazmine DuBois: Oh, you can find the downside to anything.

Huey Freeman: Like chattel slavery? Yeah, I guess I’m just funny that way

The Boondocks Comic Strip #1184

1st Panel
Robert Freeman: What’s with the band-aid, boy? You hurt your face?

Riley Freeman: No… I’m wearin’ it just to wear it. Kinda like Nelly.

2nd Panel
Robert Freeman: You wearin’ a band-aid on your face ‘cause of a RAPPER? Well, that’s just… Dumb.

Riley Freeman: Whatever you say, Granddad.

3rd Panel

4th Panel
Robert Freeman: Y'know, I betcha that Bernie Mac would’ve thought of something clever to say just then.

Huey Freeman: Don’t feel bad. That’s televison - He’s got better writers.

The Boondocks Comic Strip #1186

1st Panel
Michael Caesar: Apparently, Snoop decided to go sober to be a better example to his kids.

Huey Freeman: I get it… That’s admirable…

2nd Panel
Huey Freeman: It’s the potential impact on the global economy that I’m worried about.

Michael Caesar: Think he’ll do a benefit song for his dealer?

1st Panel
Huey Freeman: (sigh) Martin Luther King Jr. Day - When America takes a brief moment to pretend it truly cares about integration, nonviolence and racial harmony.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on TV: I have a DREAM today…

2nd Panel
Robert Freeman: Ok, but YOU don’t ever even pretend like you care about those things…

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on TV: When ALL of God’s children, black men and white men…

Huey Freeman: Ok, true…

3rd Panel
Huey Freeman: But at least I get points for consistency.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on TV: FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST, THANK GOD ALMIGHTY, WE ARE FREE AT LAST!!?