Glenn Beck said in his first big interview since his Restoring Honor DC Rally on Chris Matthew’s “Fox News Sunday” that he had a “big, fat mouth,” and that he has “miscast” Obama as a racist. Etc. There is more. Read it here (Glenn Beck Regrets Calling Obama Racist: ‘I Have A Big Fat Mouth’)
I started thinking about Beck’s comment, “I have a big, fat mouth,” and began wondering, which other cartoon characters have big mouths? After all, it’s very cartoonish to have, both figuratively and literally, a big fat mouth.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read this very short article (click here) about Glenn Beck being a cartoon and fitting into the much larger cartoon called America.
Here are three (3) great cartoons that, like Glenn Beck, have big, fat mouths.
They’re goofy, they’re loud, and they have gigantic mouths with slobbering tongues, ready to spew the broadest, silliest statements you might ever hear. To see pictures of the Animaniacs, click here.
Filled with a sense of adventure, talking loudly through a big mouth, shouting almost incomprehensible language, and surrounded by money, the characters in DuckTales fit perfectly into the caricatured archetype called Glenn Beck.
I’m still awaiting confirmation that the ‘ducks’ were in attendance at Beck’s Restoring Honor DC rally.
To see pictures of DuckTalesclick here.
Three Little Pigs
I’ve saved the best for last, I assure you. The Three Little Pigs are the most suitable cartoon to match to Glenn Beck’s caricatured category of cartoonism. These pigs, as you can see in any of the pictures taken on August 28 (8/28), were in attendance at Beck’s Restoring Honor DC rally.
To see pictures of Three Little Pigs, click here.
It’s important to ‘flesh out’ one’s point, and one of the best ways of doing so is to provide clear, easily understood examples. I hope this serves the point.