Readers of the papyrus Sunday newspapers are treated to a variety of editorial opinions expressed in imagery.
The tradition gained mass popularity in the days of the Condé-Nast publications, but it has a far longer and more colorful history. I encourage anyone who thinks our current political landscape is populated by commentators who lack restraint to examine the past record of visual depictions of partisan opinion.
However, the advent of modern digital technology has offered an opportunity for the artistically challenged to create an imagery based upon photographic reality.
Feel free to circulate any image you find amusing. (Attribution would be appreciated, though.)