Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

A Few Choice Cartoons

Stan Freberg here with a few choice cartoons from publications around America. Political cartoonists are usually on the cutting edge of satire. Back with a few, after this. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again. J. B. Handelsman, in a New Yorker magazine cartoon, shows a mother chicken talking to a young chicken. She's saying, "Even more dangerous than crossing the road is being undercooked."

And Dana Summers of the Orlando Sentinel shows Saddam Hussein standing next to Uncle Sam. Saddam says, "You can't see my weapons of mass destruction!" Uncle Sam is saying, "Maybe you'd like to see OURS!" Right on.

Finally, from the New Yorker, another Handelsman cartoon. A doctor's on the phone with a patient. He's saying, "Before we try assisted suicide, Mrs. Ross, let's give the aspirin a chance."

Until next time, Stan Freberg here.

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