Reader Poll: Which Cartoon Grads Make the Grade?
As college and high school graduations near and grads seek work, perhaps there's only one career that's benefiting from the unfortuate timing: the nation's political cartooning. As always, tough times make for fertile fodder.
Today, Comic Riffs -- also seizing on the circumstance, if not the pomp -- has assembled a half-dozen of our recent editorial cartoons that pity the poor graduate. Unemployment may be high, but 'Riffs does have a job for you, if you're interested: Vote for your fave cartoon from among these.
JOHN COLE (Scranton Times Tribune):
MATT DAVIES (Journal News [N.Y.]):
JOE HELLER (Green Bay Press Gazette):
ROB ROGERS (Pittsburgh Post Gazette):
SCOTT STANTIS (Birmingham News):
DON WRIGHT (Syndicated):
| May 13, 2009; 11:30 AM ET
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