The Saturday Cartoons
And Mark Fiore returns with Snuggly the White House Security Bear, making sure we all feel "snuggly and secure."
Click on the screenshot above or go here to see it.
Would Bill O'Reilly like your favorite loofah? Cliff reports from YearlyKos with the answers.
One would think in light of well-reasoned remarks blaming Americans for 9/11 coming from members of the GOP base such as the late Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and Fred Phelps, that John Cox would fit right in with this band of blow-dried Gorgons.
For some reason, though, they are trying to exclude him. Cliff looks at why that may be.
There's a lot of great Progressive blogs out there and here's some highlights from the last week from the ones I enjoy reading:
- Jill at Brilliant at Breakfast thinks it's time for MSNBC's Chris Matthews to come out of the closet already.
All cartoons are posted with the artists' express permission to BobGeiger.com. Please visit the following sites to see more work from these fine cartoonists:
Nick Anderson, Houston Chronicle
Tony Auth, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Justin Bilicki, City Pulse
Matt Davies, NY Journal News
Walt Handelsman, Newsday
Paul Jamiol, Jamiol's World
Steve Kelley, New Orleans Times Picayune
Mike Luckovich, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Jim Morin, Miami Herald
Dwane Powell, Raleigh News & Observer
Steve Sack, Minneapolis Star Tribune
Ben Sargent, Austin American-Statesman.
Ann Telnaes, Syndicated Political Cartoonist