Joe Mohr's Cartoon Archive

Environmental and political editorial cartoons for a variety of publications and organizations. Former creator of Hank D and the Bee. Future creator of Broster.

Loaded Breasts and Loaded Guns [cartoon]

More on Breasts and Guns

From Grist: Palin and Bachmann trash Michelle Obama’s breast-feeding advocacy
From CNN: Palin defends rule allowing loaded weapons in national parks
From EcoChildsPlay: Posts on breastfeeding
From Mother Nature Network: More on breastfeeding

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photo within cartoon: Roger H. Goun



2 comments on “Loaded Breasts and Loaded Guns [cartoon]

  1. Scott in Boulder
    February 23, 2011

    With the recent report that Monsanto PCBs were found in mother’s breast milk, in fact, a breast could be regarded as a loaded gun, health-wise, pointed at a child’s mouth. Pity the suckling children. They are heirs to a world tainted with dioxin, agent orange and genetically altered facsimile food. Nourishment must be bartered from organic farmers who are literally fighting to preserve their pure status against a patents and natural forces of wind, bird and bee that unwittingly spread the evil pollen and further expand Monsanto’s footprint across the land.

    • Joe Mohr
      February 23, 2011

      Good points, Scott.
      However, what might be in breastmilk is probably still better than what might be in formula and milk (even organic). Everything is tainted. The goal is to find the least…in a world with Monsanto (et al) it is becoming increasingly difficult.

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