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Posted at 11:30 AM ET, 05/13/2009

Reader Poll: Which Cartoon Grads Make the Grade?

By Michael Cavna


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):


'COLE' (cagle.com)


MATT DAVIES (Journal News [N.Y.]):


'DAVIES' (cagle.com)Enlarge Image

JOE HELLER (Green Bay Press Gazette):


'HELLER' (cagle.com)

ROB ROGERS (Pittsburgh Post Gazette):


'ROGERS' (cagle.com)


SCOTT STANTIS (Birmingham News):


'STANTIS' (cagle.com)


DON WRIGHT (Syndicated):


'WRIGHT' (cagle.com)



By Michael Cavna  | May 13, 2009; 11:30 AM ET
Categories:  The Political Cartoon  
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Comments

None of the above, try Dana Summers 5/13
http://gocomics.com/danasummers/2009/05/13/

Posted by: jimbo1949 | May 13, 2009 3:33 PM | Report abuse

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