Political satire hits the Hub

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ok to each his own

not that there is anything super creative about what they did, but i give them credit for making me laugh and informing people about some things some of us may have not know about flaherty (including myself)

he makes good points and does it in a funny way. i also give him credit for bringing political satire to boston. first time i've seen something like this here.

i do know a guy who does a great mumbles imitation though

AWESOME

This is great! Finally the truth about Flaherty comes out.....yea he knows how to eloquently speak around the issues -- but if anyone looks deeper at him we'll all understand 1) his blatant disrespect of law, 2) his self-centered view of Boston, and 3) how he subscribes to institutionalized racism.

The only choice on November that will actually continue the trajectory of progress we've seen over the past 16 years is MENINO!

Flaherty and Yoon would be a step back for Boston, in all regards!

if you're implying that I

if you're implying that I would for the Mayor and am compensated for being on this blog -- you're wrong...but nice try.

I'm a private citizen who stays informed about the issues and the candidates...and I know Flaherty is a joke...who has no intent or capability of helping Boston.

The truth! The issues!

I too think that Flaherty should have to address these egregious "incidents" of his.

Uncle and father. Of his uncle and father. Sorry, I should have finished that thought.

Seriously, there's nothing in these cartoons about Flaherty himself. He is an old Boston hand, so surely there must be something to say about, you know, him? Without that, all you have is ten wasted minutes of animation of the form:

A. Flaherty says he'll change things.
B. Not!