Cartoon(s) of the Week – Who really controls the Republican economic policy?
Note: I’ve been doing Cartoon(s) of the Week for a number of years now and I know many of my readers look forward to it every Sunday (or when I get to it late or early.) I’m also very pleased that several of you have sent me your favorite cartoons on many weeks, or send me e-mail comments on my selections.
If you have a cartoon on any week that you want to send me, please attach it to an e-mail and get it to me on Thursday at the latest. I’ll be glad to consider it. Just click on the mailbox.
Now for this week’s selections.
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M. Wuerker of Politico:
What happens to the health of the country when its processes are blocked? (hint: what fills intestines?)
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Jeff Danziger in the L. A. Tribune:
What causes disbelief in the vast republic for which Congress stands? ( hint: It has to do with a complicity with the top 1%.)
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- 63 Year Old Cartoon Depicts America Today (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
- “I have long had a theory that one reason people become so agitated by cartoons is that there is no…” (drawn.ca)
- When an editotrial cartoon becomes personal (amanwithaphd.wordpress.com)
- Subliminal Political Messages in Cartoons? (desertpeace.wordpress.com)
Posted on November 27, 2011, in Art, Arts, budget, Business, campaign, Congress, Corporations, Economics, editorial, election, ethics, Finance, government, history, Legal, Lies, News, Opinion, Politics, Press, primaries, Taxes, vote, Word from Bill and tagged Big Bird, cartoon, Houston Chronicle, Jeff Danziger, Nick Anderson, Republican, Sesame Street. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Cartoon(s) of the Week – Who really controls the Republican economic policy?.