The toon round-up is ready, courtesy of Daryl Cagle. It's a mixture: Obama and Hillary, Castro resigning, McCain in bed with lobbyists, and other sundries.
The p3 Picks of the Week: Mike Lane, Daryl Cagle, Pat Bagley, R. J. Matson, Sandy Huffaker, Jimmy Margulies, and Dana Summers.
The p3 Milk-Through-The-Nose Award goes to Mike Thompson, for finding something Republicans can be happy about this political season.
For the benefit of historians who will one day puzzle over what happened to our country at the start of the 21st century, Ann Telnaes helpfully provides a Bush administration lexicon. (For AT fans, here's a twofer.)
Gesundheit! Opus struggles with his role as the decider. (Salon premium.)
Toon ontological question of the week: Before Natalie versus Sharona, before Gwen Stacey versus Mary Jane Watson, even before Ginger versus Mary Ann, the fundamental question was: Betty or Veronica? Over at Wired's Table of Malcontents, the theory is that, until they stop their "New Coke" experimentation, it may not matter. (Did you remember that Archie had a mullet, back when they were in, uhm, fashion? Or that there was a series of "Archie"-themed Bible comics? Me neither.)
p3 Bonus Toon: Jesse Springer reports on a relic discovered in the sand off the Oregon coast (click to enlarge):