Much Needed Humor: Sequestration Cartoons

Every once in a while, we need to just sit back, take a break and enjoy a good laugh. In that spirit, I present some of my favorite political cartoons dealing with sequestration. While they are all funny, they all reveal the underlying truth about the “cuts.” Namely the whole issue is an occasion for political brinksmanship, and that the $45-$88 Billion represented by the sequester is only 2-3% of federal spending.

So, without further ado, and without any additional commentary, I present for your enjoyment:

Sequester_fear_spreading

sequester_mirror

sequester_spending

sequester_die

sequester-cartoon-benson

sequester-cartoon-holbert

RamirezObamaSequesterBoomerang2-23-13_600_jpg

I hope you all enjoyed them as much as I have. It’s times like these where we really need to keep our senses of humor.

UPDATE

As sequestration gets closer and more cartoons are being published, I’ll add more of my favorites:

sequester_falling

sequester-pie

sequester_blame

sequester_snake

sequester-red

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10 thoughts on “Much Needed Humor: Sequestration Cartoons

  1. Pingback: Real Talk about Sequestration... Kimberliah

    • That, and the one with the meteors are my favorites, for the same reason.

      And you couldn’t be more right about Baseline budgeting, it’s the reason the supposed one time stimulous is still included in the government spending forecasts. While it may be more difficult and time consuming, a return to Zreo-based budgeting is necessary to get our fiscal house in order, IMO.

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    • Thanks for checking them out, I’m glad you enjoyed! This whole issue is so frustrating, sometimes a good laugh is needed.

      I never cease to be amazed how one image/cartoon can say more eloquently what it could take me a whole paragraph or even post to express.

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