Let’s start with a couple on the recent incidents in Spain. First up, Robert Arial of South Carolina’s The State:
Next, Mike Ramirez of the LA Times hits the bullseye:
Next up, here’s my question when it comes to Martha “It’s a Good Thing” Stewart’s conviction, put in pen and ink by Chip Bok of the Akron Beacon Journal:
If I understand this correctly, they convicted her for lying about a crime they cannot prove she committed. Lesson? Don’t talk to the police. Period.
Now let’s look at some Kerry cartoons. First up, Chuck Asay of the Colorado Springs Gazette on Kerry’s “other leaders” assertion:
What did Kerry expect us to think?
Mike Ramirez (again) on Kerry’s solid political philosophy:
That’s how I see it.
And finally, Robert Arial apparently reads Steven Den Beste, because he agrees with Steven’s assessment of the Democrats 2004 chances: