Well, not actually Dilbert … rather Dilbert’s author Scott Adams.
On his Dilbert blog, Adams took aim at the current Presidential campaign …
First, Hillary’s constant refrain that we can’t have a loose cannon in the White House.
Adam’s observation on “Dangerous Trump”:
Trump’s opponents have started making the case that he is “a loose cannon” … a “dangerous man”
You know who likes dangerous men?
Seal Team Six is dangerous. George Washington was dangerous. Abraham Lincoln was dangerous. Women like dangerous men. Men want to be dangerous men.
“Dangerous” borders on being a compliment. When you need to thwart some enemies – such as a useless Congress, or ISIS – you want to send in your most dangerous fighter.
From other commentators:
(1) “Every other country with nukes has a wacko with his finger on the button. Why shouldn’t the U.S. — just to keep things even”.
(2) “Girls like bad boys, right? Maybe this will fix Trump’s polling with women.”
Here are a couple more of Adam’s quips …
Clinton’s Campaign Logo:
Clinton’s logo is a big “H” with an arrow pointing forward.
Someone on Twitter mentioned that it looks like a sign telling you where the hospital is.
Once you see it that way, you can’t see it any other way.
Clinton’s Haircut & Wardrobe:
Fashion-wise, I like Clinton’s new hairdo. I think it is her best look.
The only problem is that It reminds me of Trump’s haircut.
I like that Clinton has her own fashion look that isn’t like anyone else’s look.
Or at least I thought that way until some wag on Twitter noticed that North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, has the same style.
The Taco Bowl Photo:
By now you have seen the image of Trump eating a Taco Bowl on Cinco De Mayo and saying, “I love Hispanics!”
The picture was funny, provocative, playful, and viral as all get-out.
But more importantly, every time it got retweeted and shared, more people saw a smiling Trump proclaim his love for Hispanics.
Repetition is truth.
Source: Scott Adam’s Dilbert blog … images added by HomaFiles
Thanks to MC for feeding the lead.