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The Franklin Roosevelt Comic Strips

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Seventy years ago:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt nominated for an unprecedented fourth term.

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1. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2018-12-04 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2018-12-04 Pub. Date: 2018-12-04
Image Number: 175263
Caption: Why is there only room for one super star in a family, even when they've got a really talented sibling? It's almost like it's a law of physics. There's Michael and then there's Jermaine. There's Beyonce, and then there's Solange. There was Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and then there was James Roosevelt Roosevelt. There was ... Transformers, and then there was Gobots. There were your first few examples, and then there was your last one.
     
2. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2018-08-17 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2018-08-17 Pub. Date: 2018-08-17
Image Number: 173503
Caption: Assuming I were to buy that you accidentally crawled back through time to 1942 in an air duct … what happened next? I climbed back in, of course. Interviewing that child in FDR's internment camp filled me with a searing compulsion to interview one of the thousands in Trump's. I crept past exit after exit before I noticed they were marked. In tiny letter. One read Pennsylvania 1879-1918, Pratt's Indian Boarding Schools. The next one read 1619-1865 Slave Family Separation. On second thought, you know what they say about assuming things.
     
3. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2018-04-27 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2018-04-27 Pub. Date: 2018-04-27
Image Number: 170823
Caption: What are the most important issues facing the working class? The what? The working class. And poor folks. Oh. Yeah. Of course. Mainstream Media. Trump's working-class voters stick with him, as Democrats can't decide whether to once again be the party of FDR. No, I mean tell me about actual, non-Trump-related issues working class people have to deal with. Progressives and corporate Dems book mud-wrestling pit to discuss midterm strategy.
     
4. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2018-03-18 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2018-03-18 Pub. Date: 2018-03-18
Image Number: 169671
Caption: I asked people to name a well-known "Frank" who most often comes to mind when they think about you. I never heard singer "Frank Sinatra." Nor did I hear architect "Frank Lloyd Wright." I'll bet people said "Franklin Roosevelt" because of my leadership abilities! No, no, wait! Everybody remembers the home run I hit in softball. I must remind people of baseball hall of famer "Frank Thomas"! Ohh, so close! The "Frank" which comes to mind when people think about you is also found at ballparks! Spring Training. FRANKS!
     
5. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2017-08-27 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2017-08-27 Pub. Date: 2017-08-27
Image Number: 161361
Caption: Excuse me, sir, if it's not too much trouble … Hi, Democrats. What can I get you? Coffee Sandwiches? An explanation. We introduced our bold new plan last month: "A Better Deal," but the progressives still aren't impressed. What more could they ask for? We focus-group tested the heck out of the slogan. It was the least objectionable and least un-inspiring of the bunch! It evokes FDR's "New Deal" and LBJ's "Fair Deal" without over-promising. We don't want to risk over-promising. It even sounded progressive! We mentioned tax credits to retrains workers, a $15 minimum wage (eventually), regulating prescription drug prices, and busting monopolies, maybe. We even said we'd think about forming a committee to consider considering sing-payer health care, among many other more corporate-donor-friendly options that aren't single-payer. And we introduced it with an editorial vowing not to expand government or move our party in one direction or another along the political spectrum. Bold! So why didn't that fire up the progressive base? ... Hello?
     
6. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Rudy Park 2017-08-27 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Rudy Park
Viewable Date: 2017-08-27 Pub. Date: 2017-08-27
Image Number: 161424
Caption: Excuse me, sir, if it's not too much trouble … Hi, Democrats. What can I get you? Coffee Sandwiches? An explanation. We introduced our bold new plan last month: "A Better Deal," but the progressives still aren't impressed. What more could they ask for? We focus-group tested the heck out of the slogan. It was the least objectionable and least un-inspiring of the bunch! It evokes FDR's "New Deal" and LBJ's "Fair Deal" without over-promising. We don't want to risk over-promising. It even sounded progressive! We mentioned tax credits to retrains workers, a $15 minimum wage (eventually), regulating prescription drug prices, and busting monopolies, maybe. We even said we'd think about forming a committee to consider considering sing-payer health care, among many other more corporate-donor-friendly options that aren't single-payer. And we introduced it with an editorial vowing not to expand government or move our party in one direction or another along the political spectrum. Bold! So why didn't that fire up the progressive base? ... Hello?
     
7. Comic Strip J.C. Duffy  Fusco Brothers 2014-03-10 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): J.C. Duffy
Comic/Cartoon: Fusco Brothers
Viewable Date: 2014-03-10 Pub. Date: 2014-03-10
Image Number: 107994
Caption: You have nothing to fear but fear itself, Al. I realize that, Dr. Kapuchnik. That's why I always have my fear with a side of fries.
     
8. Comic Strip Brian Crane  Pickles 2012-01-22 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Brian Crane
Comic/Cartoon: Pickles
Viewable Date: 2012-01-22 Pub. Date: 2012-01-22
Image Number: 74982
Caption: He was the first U.S. President to appear on TV. Who is Nixon? Who is FDR? Yes. Franklin Delano Roosevelt is correct. Ha! I was right! No … You said Nixon. No, no … I meant FDR. That doesn't matter. You said Nixon. Who is banished from the house during Jeopardy? You is!
     
9. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2011-09-13 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2011-09-13 Pub. Date: 2011-09-13
Image Number: 65645
Caption: How you gonna always criticize President Obama, Dawg? 'Cause he's no Roosevelt. Roosevelt didn't try to be "bipartisan." He attacked war profiteers, Wall Street crooks and republicans who tried obstructing his jobs programs. And he almost never backed down. When people called him "Communist," Roosevelt didn't take the high road, Roosevelt called them greedy enemies of working Americans. Roosevelt didn't have to worry 'bout people dismissing him as an "angry black man."
     
10. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2010-05-17 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2010-05-17 Pub. Date: 2010-05-17
Image Number: 47471
Caption: I have to give a big speech, but public speaking scares the spit out of me. I've tried emulating great public speakers like Roosevelt, Clinton, King -- That's ya problem right there. You mean if I were to stop trying to be like good public speakers and just let myself be ME, I'd do fine? No, I mean you're boring as @#$%. Shut up already. C-Dog's incredibly bad advice $2.
     
11. Comic Strip Dave Coverly  Speed Bump 2009-05-25 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Dave Coverly
Comic/Cartoon: Speed Bump
Viewable Date: 2009-05-25 Pub. Date: 2009-05-25
Image Number: 34494
Caption: Sir, I love the line, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself," but I think I'd remove "and clowns."
     
12. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2006-09-24 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2006-09-25 Pub. Date: 2006-09-24
Image Number: 14771
Caption: 2006. I can't believe it! A comic strip talking about embryonic stem cell research! Comics aren't supposes to talk about serious stuff or politics! 1972. I mean, what's with all this heavy rap in "Doonesbury" about Nixon?! In my day, comics were just funny. 1953. Not political! What gives this "Pogo" party pooper the right to point on ol' Joe McCarthy! it's the funny pages. 1933. Not the political pages! What's with this "Little Orphan Annie" comic going on an' on about Roosevelt's new deal?! I mean ... 1895. Goldang! This "Yellow Kid" comic strip simply has no place on the comics pages, tell you who! Comics never used to be about the controversies! Um ... but this is the first newspaper comic strip ever. In all of history. So what's yer point, ya hooligan? Shut yer bazoo!
     
13. Comic Strip Darrin Bell  Candorville 2006-01-19 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Darrin Bell
Comic/Cartoon: Candorville
Viewable Date: 2006-01-21 Pub. Date: 2006-01-19
Image Number: 12789
Caption: In my day, son -- We're talkin' before Roosevelt -- there wasn't all this whining about the lack of affordable health insurance. When you got sick and couldn't afford a doctor, you dies. And you were happy to do it. Yessir, it's a-startin' t'feel like the good ol' days.
     
14. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 1995-09-13 Franklin Roosevelt 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 1995-09-13 Pub. Date: 1995-09-13
Image Number: 68470
Caption: No wonder the country is in trouble, Ernie. Look at the portraits on those coins -- Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Roosevelt ... we keep electing presidents with smaller and smaller heads!
     
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