Political Cartoons

A cartoon of how to pay for college according to Mitt Romney created by Kevin Chin a student and artist at Camden County Community College

This is a cartoon pictorially showing advice that Mitt Romney gave to students. Created by Kevin Chin, a community college student

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Tim November 06, 2012 at 02:08 AM
Marcia ... What??? This cartoon makes little sense, and it's not witty or funny. Why are you posting this extremely amateurishly thought-out and drawn cartoon that you didn't even create? And an anti-Romney cartoon (at least I think it's anti-Romney - I'm still confused by it) about borrowing and debt? Are you kidding me? Have you looked at the rise in the national debt under Obama lately? That's not funny - that's very sad and scary. Our children WILL be leaving the next with a HUGE national debt hanging over their heads. Also Obama has continued and made worse the policies that allow colleges to spend without control and constantly raise tuition. NOTHING is being done to temper that - it's all spend, spend, spend, and oh - the gubmint will help pay for college if you need it.
Curmudgeon November 15, 2012 at 10:54 AM
Everything is a right now. This is a stupid cartoon. If this is Kevin Chin's chosen field, I hope we are not paying for his college. Maybe he should go back to drawing comic books. This effort is perhaps a reason we should not help pay for college. As a sidebar: tuition is rising at 2-3 times inflation, WHY?? The colleges are dealers, and we are the addicts. Texas has issued a challenge to its ccolleges to provide education under $5000/yr and has over 20 colleges complying. Don't pressure the government (taxpayers), pressure the colleges with their billion dollar trusts!!
Frogman November 20, 2012 at 05:53 PM
Patch, why is this cartoon still on your home page? No matter one's political views, it is irrelvant at this point. In addition, I believe it ran nationwide throughout the Patch network. One has to wonder why it got so much attention (from Patch, not from its readers). Finally, in the spirit of equal time, was there a cartoon about President Obama?
Kara Seymour November 20, 2012 at 06:50 PM
It was posted Nov 2 in our "Local Voices" section. (blogs submitted by residents). We don't take items off the site.
Frogman November 24, 2012 at 04:00 AM
I am curious about how 'Local Voices' works and how you define 'resident.' One will find this cartoon and unique comments on any Patch site in the country, be it Phoenixville, PA, Lakewood, NJ or West Des Moines Iowa.


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