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Political Cartoons. Elizabeth Warren edition.

posted by Katie Porter

Warren-SheriffMy husband commented the other day that he didn't think Elizabeth Warren was a "political figure." His argument was not that she is not an elected offical or that she doesn't have partisan allegiances. No, instead, he was focused on the fact that she has never been in a cartoon. But look what Google just turned up!  (By the way, I'm putting this under "Celebrity Bankruptcy," another blog category that puzzles me slightly.)

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