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Opinion: Top 10 editorial cartoons of 2010: We chided, cajoled, derided, mocked, parodied and needled our way through the year

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War, poverty, unemployment, foreclosures, environmental and humanitarian catastrophes, crippling division -- another difficult year in politics, another banner year for political cartoonists! From Pat Oliphant’s masterful bipartisan overview to Jen Sorensen’s snarky serial sarcasm, Jack Ohman’s trenchant double entendre and Tom Meyer’s changing of the Golden State guard, we chided, cajoled, derided, mocked, parodied and needled our way through another year. Now bring on 2011. Where’s that cartoon baby with the top hat?

--Joel Pett

Editorial cartoon by Jack Ohman / For The Times

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Editorial cartoon by Stephanie McMillan

Editorial cartoon by Joel Pett / Lexington Herald Leader

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Editorial cartoon by Jen Sorensen / Slowpoke Comics

Editorial cartoon by Jimmy Margulies / The Record

Editorial cartoon by Tom Meyer / SFGate.com

Editorial cartoon by Steve Kelly / Times-Picayune

Editorial cartoon by Jimmy Margulies / The Record

Editorial cartoon by Rob Rogers / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



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Editorial cartoon by Tom Toles / The Washington Post

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Joel Pett is the Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Lexington-Herald in Kentucky. His work also appears in USA Today.


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