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Our holiday gift to you: Sunday's editorial cartoons today

December 23, 2010 |  6:00 am

The current Congress may look, walk and quack like a mallard, but it hasn't ducked the issues, so cartoonists have been anything but lame. Ed Stein sought higher ground on which to plant the rainbow flag (until death do you part, indeed). Jimmy Margulies’ dome-headed pachyderm was bilingual, but not bipartisan, so bye-bye immigration reform. And Nate Beeler hung some missile-toe, puckered up and kissed off unclear objections to nuclear arms control.

-- Joel Pett

Nate-Beeler

Editorial cartoon by Nate Beeler / The Washington Examiner

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DREAM

Editorial cartoon by Jimmy Margulies / King Features

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DADT
Editorial cartoon by Ed Stein / United Media

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Joel Pett is the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky. His work also appears in USA Today.

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