"Almost no body supports us."
-- Douglas Cox of Albemarle
“Your simplistic approach is the problem!”
-- David W. White, Charlotte
"The voters say they want the adult versions."
-- Phil Chubb, Charlotte
“It would appear we have become more like sick figures.”
-- L. Baxter Hahn, III, Florence, S.C.
"You know, there is no substance to you at all."
-- Phil Clutts, Harrisburg
"We're both wearing thin!"
-- Suzanne Estro, Charlotte
Thanks for your many entries. Here's a selection of some of the other better lines we received:
"Stick with the plan and figure it out!"
"Your remarks are out of line."
"I told you we weren't smarter than a fifth-grader."
"Quick! Draw us some money!"
"Trim the fat! Trim the fat! Are you happy now?"
'"I told you those budget cuts would make us both look ridiculous."
“See what happens when you act childish!”
"Your childish campaigning is making both of us look silly."
“The lines have been drawn!”
"So far, this race has been a draw."
"Quit sticking it to the voters."
"We don't have much to show for ourselves, except our big heads."
"After you said fourth graders should replace school janitors, it was just a matter of time until they took over editorial cartoons!"
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