The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/7

As she does every Saturday, our friend TokyoSand has scoured the ‘Net for the best political cartoons of the week.  There are a couple of really great ones this week.  As you might guess, the big topics of the week are the COVID surge and Andrew Cuomo.  Here are a few, but be sure to head over to TokyoSand’s place, Political Charge, to see the rest!  The very last one on TokyoSand’s page is especially touching.  Thank you for all your hard work in finding these, TS!

Be sure to check out the rest of the ‘toons over at Political Charge!

10 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/7

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    • They definitely do! That saying that “A picture is worth a thousand words” is so true. It takes great talent, but these political cartoonists can tell the whole story with no or few words.

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  2. Jill, after seeing the former president say he will punish Republicans who vote for the Infrastructure bill that he passed on after promising he would do something, it shows once again that he cares more about helping himself than helping others. De Santis is sadly of the same ilk. As for COVID-19, I did see another huge vaccine and Fausi critic passed away from COVOD-19 yesterday. Again, not wishing anyone to die, it still does not surprise when the unvaccinated does. They leave behind loved ones for what? To try to paint a prettier picture of the former president who botched the handling and many died. The ball was on the t-ball tee for the former president to lead us and he whiffed. Keith

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    • True, but my friend … did we ever have any doubts that he cares only about himself and not at all about the good of the people in this nation? No, we knew that from day #1. DeSantis might well be a Trump clone in training, and it disgusts me that he is willing to sacrifice the lives of the people in his state for his own damn ego. Like you, I would never wish death on anyone, but … if you jump into a firepit covered in gasoline, what the heck can you expect? If people act stupidly, then they will pay the price, perhaps with their own live, perhaps with the lives of others.

      My question and the reason for my puzzlement is this: WHY does the former guy have any relevance at all at this point? He LOST the election by a significant margin. He is NOT president. He has proven he is NOT intelligent, nor does he care for any but himself. So … why have all the damned Republicans hitched their wagon to his? What am I missing here?


      • Jill, I do not condone, but understand why some voted for him the first time. But, to vote for him a second time is unfathomable given his daily routine of deceit, bullying, chaos and incompetence. The last two traits were cited by conservative pundit David Brooks. Keith


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