Picture = 1000 words

It took me three glances to get the message in this picture, and then I thought it was brilliant:

Hat tip: Michelle Malkin

UPDATE:  If you can’t see the image on my blog, just go on over to Michelle Malkin.  There’s prescient Oliphant cartoon, but that’s not what I was actually linking to.  Instead, I was caught by the images of “A soldier of Palestine” and “A soldier of Israel.”

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  • http://expreacherman.wordpress.com/ ExPreacherMan

    Book,

    Thanks for posting that link to Malkin without the label. I recall reading blogs about “Oliphant UN Cartoon” and passed right by it — knowing from past history that Oliphant was extremely liberal — I didn’t want to waste my time.

    What a surprise — the ‘toon was right on the money.. What prompted him to draw that 34 years ago?

    Jack

  • erp

    Can’t open picture.

  • http://theview.townhall.com/Default.aspx d_Brit

    It opened fine for me and I’m using firefox.

    “What prompted him to draw that 34 years ago?”

    George Bush wasn’t President.

  • http://expreacherman.wordpress.com/ ExPreacherMan

    D_Brit,

    Good guess — but Kennedy was liberal and supported the UN — Oliphant was liberal and opposed the UN (??) (at that time)… But I know — liberals change opinions to match their prejudices, not necessarily with good judgment.

    But, as Book says, it is a great political cartoon for today

    ExP

  • Zhombre

    What prompted Oliphant to draw that cartoon 34 years ago?

    http://www.washington-report.org/backissues/1194/9411070.htm

  • http://arosebyname.wordpress.com/ Anna

    Perfect!

  • Patrick O’Hannigan

    Those images are amazingly apt. Thank you.

  • http://ymarsakar.blogspot.com/ Ymarsakar

    Three times the charm.