The day after George H.W. Bush passed away, comic artist Eli Valley took a few moments to pay tribute to the great man.

Just kidding! He busted out one of his old cartoons tying Bush to the KKK:

Get it? No? That’s OK … he’s got plenty more where that came from:

On his website, Valley boasts that “his art has been labeled ‘ferociously repugnant’ by Commentary.” In some cases, being subversive is indeed something to be proud of. But in Valley’s case, no. He’s not subversive; he’s just a jerk. The anti-Zionist “artist” really is just ferociously repugnant.


Seems like a tall order for Valley. But if nothing else, his tastelessness for tastelessness’ sake helps to illustrate an important point for conservatives to consider: