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The Winner of Mississippi and Alabama: Cartoonists

Last night, in two hard-fought GOP primaries a real winner finally emerged from the frothy mess that has been the Republican field – the nation’s editorial cartoonists!

With Rick Santorum winning both Mississippi and Alabama, it almost guarantees this crazy GOP Primary will continue on, possibly all the way to the party’s convention in Tampa. And if Newt Gingrich drops out, Rick Santorum would become a formidable candidate for Team Romney to contend with. All this is good news for cartoonists, who have been enjoying this primary about as much a Mitt likes a bowl of cheesy grits.

Here are some cartoons about the great, white conservative hope.

Daryl Cagle / msnbc.com (click to view more cartoons by Cagle)
Mike Keefe / Cagle Cartoons (click to view more cartoons by Keefe)
Chris Weyant / The Hill (click to view more cartoons by Weyant)
Taylor Jones / Cagle Cartoons (click to view more cartoons by Jones)
Bill Day / Cagle Cartoons (click to view more cartoons by Day)

By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

3 replies on “The Winner of Mississippi and Alabama: Cartoonists”

It just gets funnier and fummier, figures that the state that has over half of it's populace still believeing that our President is a Muslim would support the Bible-Thumping candidate. I wonder if he spends all his time pounding on his bible because it's obvious he's never cracked it open and read what jesus taught!

I'm retiring soon and we want to move someplace where it's warmer than northern Ohio in the winter. I'm not going to make a choice until I see who wins the election. If it's Santorum, I think it will be to another country where my freedom of thought won't be under constant attack.

My daughter and husband spent a couple weeks in Vietnam last year. Those folks seemed pretty laid back (and the weather was nice).

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