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ForewordForeword by Dick Morris
Humor has always been a leavening agent in politics, making harsh and partisan commentary into funny and pithy satire. But in today's politics, humor is the sole remaining connection between civilized dialogue and the venom our politicians spew at one another.
So the collected cartoons Cagle has assembled are really the only safe way to take your dose of politics. If you take partisanship straight, it could prove hazardous to your health, but with a side of humor, it won't be so bad for you.
Some people will say that satire is redundant, given the ludicrous conduct of our elected officials. They have a point. But Cagle reaches deep down into their souls and finds something funny about them. For this, he deserves a Nobel Prize. But as there is none for humor, your buying this book will suffice.
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