Mad #447 (John Ficarra) - Dubya Seuss Issue - November 2004

Desmond Devlin is listed as writer of "The Strange Similarities Between the Bush Administration and the World of Dr. Seuss" but this one writes itself.  All of the political quotes are true and each one of them has a direct correlation to a quote from one of the books written by Theodor Geisel (1904-1991, aka Dr. Seuss).  The drawings are by the great Mort Drucker who can draw any celebrity - this time morphing each with a Seuss character.  Most of us lived through the eight years of the Bush fantasy world.  It was not funny.  [JAM 7/14/2014]

Color Pages: 52 of 64 pages (81%)
Humorous Content: 49 of 64 pages (77%)

Random Acts of Mindless - The Fundalini Pages  [Celebrity Cause-of-Death Betting Odds - Tina Fey]
It's Rating Men - How George W. Bush "Stacks Up" Against the Other 42 U.S. Presidents
For Your Disguise Only - The Year's Hottest Halloween Costumes
Angster's Paradise - Monroe and ... Global Warming
Minions of Dollars - One Morning on Fifth Avenue
Boys II Hitmen - John, Frank and Carmine's Biggest Complaints About Growing Up Gotti
The Wizard of Odd - Duke Bissell's Tales of Undisputed Interest
Serge-In General - A Mad Look at Politicians
The Schmuck Stops Here - Alfred E. Neuman for President Poster
All in a Gay's Work - A Mad Poke in the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Gettin' Diggy Wit' It - Martha Stewart's Escape Plan
Oh, the Undisclosed Locations You'll Go! - The Strange Similarities Between the Bush Administration and the World of Dr. Seuss
Fail to the Thief - Indisputable Tip-Offs You Weren't Cut Out for a Life of Crime
A Long Phrase Journey into Blight - Unabridged Corporate Slogans
Roebuck v. Wade - What if Sears Offered Family Planning?  [fake department]
Joke And Dagger - Spy vs. Spy
Guilty, Please! - The Verdict
Field of Schemes - What to Expect at Your Team's Spanking New $450 Million Ballpark
Big Mac Attacked - The Burning Mad Show

Fold-In - Ken Jennings (not Michael Moore)