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Jun 15, 2012
Most strips are based in one country or another, and heavily reflect current events, politics, entertainment, and so forth unique to that country.
I'm sure there are plenty of Americans who are not actually getting Andy Capp every time.
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Jun 15, 2012
Would be great to see Scott take this into Sunday's strip to see what Wally was planning!
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Jun 15, 2012

Regardless if that question is rhetorical, yes, Americans are that "polarized". I use quotes because, I feel that it is due more so to ignorance than choice. As an American, I don't think the general population truly knows that political parties exist outside of Democrats and Republicans. Most Americans probably couldn't tell you what sort of government the US even employs (hint: it is not a democracy).
Jun 15, 2012
Don't worry Hussam, we understanded...

Good point though, are Americans really that polarised into Republican/Democrat that 133 people will give Nelkins' Granddad a thumbs down??
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Jun 15, 2012
Wally is the rare Libertarian who plays the system as it is instead of railing against it.
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