Ted Rall on US Government Shutdown: The Upside (comic)

Our Pulitzer nominated cartoonist Ted Rall on US Government Shutdown upsides. Tortured Verizon users, war prisoners and airline passengers get a break. .

aNewDomain.net — There’s an upside to the U.S. government shutdown. Let our Ted Rall count them up for you. At the very least, tortured airline passengers, Verizon phone users and war prisoners get a break. Here’s a cartoon from Ted Rall on U.S. government shutdown upsides. The federal shutdown was effective October 1, 2013.

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Based in Boston, Ted Rall is a nationally-syndicated columnist, editorial cartoonist and war correspondent who specializes in Afghanistan and Central Asia. The author of 17 books, most-recently published The Book of Obama: How We Went From Hope and Change to the Age of Revolt, Rall is twice the winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award and is a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Follow him @TedRall, check out his Facebook fan page and definitely follow his Google+ stream here. Ted’s upcoming book After We Kill You, We Will Welcome You As Honored Guests: Unembedded in Afghanistan is due out in 2014.

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Ted Rall

Based in New York, Ted Rall is aNewDomain's chief commentator and a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist. A Pulitzer nominee, Rall's latest book is the NYT bestselling book, Trump: A Graphic Biography.
Support his work and see his toons first at his site on Petreon. Follow him on Twitter @tedrall

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