Blocking Obama: As seen by political cartoonists

It’s been a no-win for President Obama since Day 1 of his presidency, when Republican Congressional leaders [and I use that term lightly] met on Inauguration Day 2009 to pledge fealty to their plan to stop anything the President wanted to do, and anyone he wanted to appoint. So far, their plan is working well, while our country is not. And please don’t call it “gridlock.” That term implies that both parties are blocking progress–and that’s just not an accurate description.

Here’s a look at how some political cartoonists have portrayed the Republicans’ just-say-no-to-everything strategy.

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