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Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)
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Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons

Greek Debt Crisis Cartoons:

The Cagle Post has a good selection of cartoons about the Greek debt crisis. This one is by Jimmy Margulies, editorial cartoonist for The Record, in the northern New Jersey suburbs of New York City.
Euro debt crisis
President Obama asks an aid, “Which states’ economies give us the most worry?” The aid replies, “Greece … Spain … Italy … Portugal … France …”
EXPLANATION
Obama is talking about American states (as in United States), but the aid, who is reading a newspaper about the euro debt crisis, thinks Obama is referring to countries. US officials see the European crisis as a threat to the fledgling US recovery, upon which Mr Obama’s chances of re-election depend.
VOCABULARY
The cartoonist plays on two meanings of the word state. Some large countries such as the USA are divided into smaller areas called states. And you can refer to countries as states, particularly when you are discussing politics.
PUNCTUATION
Have you ever wondered what those three dots are called? Well, it’s an ellipsis.
ALSO SEE
What would Greek exit mean for the U.S. economy? (Reuters)
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