Friday, February 02, 2007

Where's Dr. Seuss when you need him?

You learn something new every day. Northern Virginiastan has a link to a catalog of political cartoons from World War II by none other than Dr. Seuss.

I particularly liked this one from April, 1941. Makes one wonder what Dr. Seuss would have made of today's events.

The fine print at the bottom of the sign says "Lindy Ostrich Service, Inc.", a swipe at Charles Lindbergh who counseled against US entry into a war he saw as strictly a European problem.

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