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Editorial cartoons: Riffing on Hu Jintao's visit, the irony of MLK Day and the inhumanity of repealing Obamacare

January 21, 2011 |  3:36 pm

Cartoonists made short work of the holiday week. Tom Toles' GOP surgeon tried to short-circuit healthcare reform. What a cutup. Rob Rogers' candle-lit state dinner shortchanged the guest of honor. Hardly a happy meal. And my short-range calendar highlighted no shortage of issues that surely would have dismayed the holiday's honoree. I guess nonviolence, tolerance and unity have always gotten short shrift.

-- Joel Pett


Editorial cartoon by Rob Rogers / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Joel Pett is the Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist at the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky. His cartoons also appear in USA Today.

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