The Cartoonist Studio Editorial Cartoon Contest continues and I made it to week TWO! Thanks to all for voting. Click the image above or here to go to the voting. You should do a search of “Bearman” and my cartoon will come up front and center and then vote. Some people were clicking the link and then accidentally voting on the first thing that popped up. Unfortunately no way to direct link to my cartoon. Again, as long as I stay in the contest, there will be two editorial cartoons a week to vote on – Mondays and Thursdays. Oh and you can vote multiple times in each round if you want (resets every six hours) until EOD Saturday.
It seems like every presidential election cycle their is a candidate the press/pundits like to point out is wishy washy or indecisive in some way. John Kerry was known as the flip flopper and now the mantra has been passed down to Mitt Romney. I was reading this quote from Leo Tolstoy which inspired today’s editorial cartoon. Tolstoy was a Russian writer in the 1800’s who is famous for writing War and Peace and also inspiring non violent movements such as used by Gandhi and Martin Luther King.
I don’t mind a politician changing his mind on issues. I guess it is better than standing your ground without being able to be persuaded. But changing your mind is a far cry from consistently being indecisive.