This isn’t the first time I’ve saluted Steve Breen in this blog, and I’m sure it won’t be the last.
Steve Breen is the brilliant, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist who’s been with the San Diego Union-Tribune since 2001.
Breen’s work appears regularly – almost daily – in the Union Tribune, and regularly – almost daily – my husband or I will say, “Great Breen today!”
This past Saturday, the cartoon was a take-off on this iconic image of actor W.C. Fields in the 1940 movie, My Little Chickadee:
Here’s the Breen cartoon:
In the cartoon, Fields is holding a fake vaccination card.
Death is looking over Fields’ shoulder and saying, “Good hand.”
And for good reason:
Though perhaps not such a “good hand” for people who are caught using fake vaccination cards, like the two in this recent story:
The article says,
“Gary Yamashiroya, a spokesperson for state Attorney General Clare Connors, said that the two tourists were arraigned Thursday morning and face up to one year in prison, as well as a maximum of $5,000 in fines.”
The tourists were Norbert Chung, 57, and Trevor Chung: