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%.)
- Cartoon: Real Commitment (readwriteweb.com)
- 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)