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Posted at 2:30 PM ET, 03/ 4/2010

Cartoon of the Day: 'How do you solve a problem like Marion?'

By Michael Cavna


Accuse us of being Washington-centric today, but really: Isn't Marion Barry of national interest -- if not national amusement for some, alas -- at this point?

And so it is, with the D.C. Council's censuring of HIzzoner in recent days, that Nate Beeler's commentary is 'Riffs Cartoon Pick of the Day:

beelermarion.jpg Nate Beeler / Washington Examiner / cagle.com


Have a strong reaction to this cartoon? Then feel free to fire away.

And as long as we're spotlighting Mr. Beeler today: For your perusing pleasure, we point to this recent interview with the Washington Examiner cartoonist by comicsDC blogger Mike Rhode, who has recently begun columnizing for Washington's City Paper. Worth checking out.

By Michael Cavna  | March 4, 2010; 2:30 PM ET
Categories:  The Political Cartoon  | Tags:  City Paper, ComicsDC, Mike Rhode, Nate Beeler, Washington Examiner  
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Comments

Columnizing? Is that even a verb? It sounds so ... sleezy.

Posted by: Mrhode | March 4, 2010 9:27 PM | Report abuse

"How do you solve a problem like Marion?"

Somehow, I'm having a problem equating Marion Barry to the musical adaptation of the story of an Austrian novitiate.

Posted by: Chasmosaur1 | March 4, 2010 10:20 PM | Report abuse

unfortunately you can substitue the names of any number of public officials for "Marion Barry", and use the same cartoon.

Posted by: 2old2readcomics | March 5, 2010 2:07 AM | Report abuse

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