I may have used some of these before, but they're all good and worth repeating.
This one is aimed at my "pure" libertarian friends, who, when they figure out that the Non-Aggression Principle means that we have no right to prevent our country from being overrun and destroyed by third-world savages ready to rape, murder, and sign up for generous welfare benefits, do not drop the obviously idiotic principle but cling to it and drop reality instead. Of course it applies to all such idiots, not just libertarian idiots. It's illustrated by the kids from Detective Conan (Meitantei Conan 名探偵コナ). Conan, AKA Meitantei Conan (名探偵コナン).
This is a quote from the Anonymous Conservative [link] and is a splendid, succinct description of the liberal mentality, explaining both their eagerness to send our troops to die overseas and their intransigent advocacy of the importation of millions of third-world savages. Illustrated by Sumomo of Chobits (ちょびっツ Chobittsu), who is herself a robot of sorts. A cute one, though.
And here I have three versions of the same Enoch Powell quote. The one at the bottom, illustrated by characters from Little Witch Academia (リトルウィッチアカデミアRitoru Witchi Akademia), seems frivolous now, and the first one from Neon Genesis Evangelion (Japanese: 新世紀エヴァンゲリオン Hepburn: Shin Seiki Evangerion?, literally "Gospel of a New Century") only slightly less so. I think the best is the middle one, and I found that illustration on Photobucket.
And a marvelous quote from that least feminist of women, Clare Boothe Luce. Some speculation about her here [link]. Illustration from Inuyasha (犬夜叉).
Found this one on the net. Can't hardly argue with it.
Matt Bailey says something apparently paradoxical but not really. An old Oscar Wilde trick. Illustration found on the net.
Sent in by a reader. Gotta love it!
I did this awhile ago, and just redid it, substituting "political correctness" for "socialism." Gogatsu of course meant self-proclaimed socialist parties and their ideology, but some people misinterpreted it to refer to something intrinsic in the theory of socialism, which it is not, of course. So I changed it to clarify matters. Illustrated by Hinagiku of Hayate the Combat Butler (ハヤテのごとく! Hayate no Gotoku!).
Chateau Heartiste is a sharp cookie. Read him here [link]. Illustrated by one of the girls from K-On! (けいおん! Keion!)
This is a quote by a commenter at somebody's blog. Steve Sailer's or somebody's. I forgot. Ilustration found on the net by Googling anime girl communist.
And another undeniable observation from another commenter. Illustrated by characters from Gin Tama (銀魂 Gintama, lit. "Silver Soul").
And old Fred Reed, who, when he's right, is very, very right. Illustrated by some version of Azumanga Daioh (Japanese: あずまんが大王 Hepburn: Azumanga Daiō?, lit. "Great King Azumanga") characters.
And Karol Traven reminds us that the left used to love Russians, until they dropped communism. Communist girl I found on the net.
And another Traven quote on the nature of leftists. Illustrated by Akane of Ranma ½ (らんま½), who isn't acting ladylike here at all.
Another Traven quote, just kidding around. Illustration found on the net.
This is a gif on my blogroll, but it was suggested by Jay's TeeVee [link] that it be a quibcag, so now it is. Illustrated by the girls from Joshiraku (じょしらく).
And this quote explains why judges keep finding flaky liberal ideas in the Constitution. You know the illustration.
Matt Bailey offers this up as an argument against flaky (that word again) liberals who think Jesus wants them to import babies from Africa instead of having their own. Illustration from the net.