POLITICAL CARTOONS: A FEW OF THE LATEST

With daily revelations about the Uranium One Scandal and the way Obama used governmental agencies against political opponents here’s a few light-hearted political cartoons about the ongoing mess and the corporate media’s role in abetting the cover-ups.

see no evil ...

And here’s Obama as Nixon …

Richard Nixon

 

 

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Filed under humor, LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES, Neglected History, opinion

6 responses to “POLITICAL CARTOONS: A FEW OF THE LATEST

  1. MR

    My comment isn’t about Uranium One specifically, but to your point about the media: this administration has brought out the worst in a lot of formerly reputable journalists. Rachel Maddow covers the Russia probe and only the Russia Probe. It is all she ever, ever talks about.

    • Personally, I think our media all became shrill partisan hacks long ago. I always found Maddow to be one of the worst going back ten years or more, so I guess this Rachel Maddow bit is another particular item you and I will just have to agree to disagree on.

  2. MR

    Like, this pisses me off to no end.

    https://fair.org/home/russia-or-corporate-tax-cuts-which-would-comcast-rather-msnbc-cover/

    Why so little discussion of actual policy?

    • Hello, again! I read that article you linked to. I agree with you, and that’s why I spend so much time at overseas news outlets. They may hate Trump and make it clear that they do, but they at least cover other aspects of what is going on in the U.S. now.

  3. MR

    Yeah man. I rely on the Guardian to keep me abreast of our activities in Syria – Maddow won’t lift a finger to address the civilian death toll over there.

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