John Pritchett: Road Kill - Honolulu Civil Beat


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John Pritchett

John Pritchett is an award-winning cartoonist. He has created artwork in Hawaii for decades, including 20 years at the Honolulu Weekly. See his portfolio on the web at: pritchettcartoons.com. Opinions are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Civil Beat’s views.


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About the Author

John Pritchett

John Pritchett is an award-winning cartoonist. He has created artwork in Hawaii for decades, including 20 years at the Honolulu Weekly. See his portfolio on the web at: pritchettcartoons.com. Opinions are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Civil Beat’s views.


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With no opposition party and the attempts to defund and weaken the state auditor the Dem party becomes all powerful.  Never good for the people.

Claw88 · 1 year ago

As a chess player, I am acutely aware of the inevitable degradation of one's chess skills in the absence of worthy opponents. The same applies to governance and politics. I never cared much for the GOP but I do mourn the absence of viable opposition to the Business-as-Usual party.

Chiquita · 1 year ago

Self-inflicted. They embraced Qanon, conspiracy theories and hate speech.  They came to the proverbial fork in the road and "took it" :  They embraced Trumpism even after their self-appointed Caesar crossed the Rubicon on January 6, 2021.  

be_data_driven · 1 year ago

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