There is horror and anguish in the ranks of the Democratic Party these days. Pablo Picasso’s Guernica is probably the best known visual icon for horror and anguish.
Here’s a detail …
Eight years ago I drew a similar cartoon when Democrats won the presidency and congress – to the horror of Republicans.
I’ve had the GOP version up as the top image on my Facebook page for years, And I’ve gotten lots of complaints about it, usually from very literal conservatives who write things like, “Guernica is about the Spanish civil war – it has nothing to do with Republicans!” I also got lots of criticism from conservatives who wanted to point out that I’m not as good an artist as Pablo Picasso. Here’s an image of the real “Guernica.”
This David Fitzsimmons oldie about George W. Bush painting Iraq is a nice one.
Worldwide cartoonists like to use flags in their cartoons – the problem is that the American audience doesn’t know their flags. Here’s our Greek cartoonist, Michael Kountouris drawing a combination of the Syrian flag and Guernica.
Here’s my Cuban cartoonist friend in Mexico, Angel Boligan, with Violence in Video Games …
Here’s another nice one from Boligan, simply titled, “Insurance.”
Gotta love Guernica.