First, we have one I found on the net and would like to spread around. Frankly, I usually find Penn Jillette a little too smug and pleased with himself, but boy, does he hit the nail on the head with this one.
The following four are a set with different illustrations of a quote from another rather smug fellow, Ted Nugent. But, hey, he's got a point here.I don't know who any of the girls are. I found them ready-made on the net. Late-breaking. Commenter YIH tells me,
"The first Ted Nugent one is ''Hilda'' the female player character from Pokemon Black and White. The third one is Cirno from Touhou Project."
And here's a quote from Coolidge, who, on a list of America's Greatest Presidents compiled by libertarians and/or thoughtful conservatives, just about always makes it into the top five, with Jefferson, Polk, Cleveland and Jackson. The illustration is a girl from K-On! (けいおん! Keion!),
This one is a great quote from Mr. Insightful, AKA Steve Sailer [link], illustrated by the guilty-looking "Sensei," from Denkigai no Hon'ya-san (デンキ街の本屋さん?, lit. "The Electric Town's Bookstore"). And when you think about it, if you're a White person up to speed on Jewish culture, you see that it's dead-on accurate, and makes you wonder about your own paradigm for guilt.
This next is a Karol Traven quote for you your use when you need it, mainly when you're arguing with some idiot who doesn't want all Muslims "punished" for the sins of a few. At the very least, you'll confuse them for awhille. Interestingly, I couldn't find an anime version of Alice and the doorknob, so I had to use this version from you-now-where.
The next two come from the same person, a commenter at the Dilbert Blog [link], that I thought too good not to quibcag. Again, these are for your use in immigration arguments. I especially like the country/your house comparison, which works on everybody except the most brainwashed libertarians/anarchists, who reject the concept of collective anything, including citizenship. The first is illustrated by the irresistible Akane of Ranma ½ (らんま½) , the second by characters from the anime Urusei Yatsura (うる星やつら). which, by coincidence, was also created by the creator of Ranma, Rumiko Takahashi.
And, finally, a wise quote from that wise old fox, Heinz Kissinger. I sometimes doubted his loyalty, but by golly he got this concept right. It's illustrated by a USA mascon from Hetalia: Axis Powers (Axis Powers ヘタリア).
Wait! One more, thatI found at Jay's Tee Vee http://jaysteevee.blogspot.com/ awhile back. Enjoy!