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Secret Service

Secret Service
To create an editorial cartoon is to take the serious and point out the folly within. In the case of the president’s Secret Service detail, who allegedly partied, drove drunk through a cordoned-off White House barrier and over a mysterious package being investigated as a possible bomb, the cartoonist’s work has already been done.

Jeb, Hillary and the White House fence

Secret Service
With all the kvetching about a Castro controlling Cuba since 1959: From 1981 to 2009, a Bush or Clinton was president or vice president of the United States. Nonetheless, I think they’re not done with us.

White House security

White House security
I always assumed that if you so much as touched the railings at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, you would be vaporized by the laser beams expertly trained on your DC-visiting forehead by a team of ruthless snipers hidden behind every taxpayer funded bush. For me that has always been incentive enough to avoid making the leap. There is of course a very serious aspect to the notion someone can simply hop the fence and let themselves into the White House…but that’s for another cartoon.