Dr. Seuss Knew a Thing or Two About Lindbergh

by on September 13, 2019 · 1 comment

in History, San Diego

Dr. Seuss was of course Theodor Seuss Geisel. Before he became famous drawing Dr. Seuss books, he drew political cartoons.

Dr. Seuss Knew Who Lindbergh Was

Here’s a few of his cartoons:

Here another about Lindbergh by another artist:


Maybe, just maybe, we can stop calling our San Diego Airport after an anti-Semite and Nazi-lover. Have you seen this:

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micporte September 15, 2019 at 5:23 am

gosh, and geez.. it is hard to judge people of the past in their context…heroes one day, victims the next… a lot of people followed hitler, industrialists of the world, making money off of the war industry ( currently at a billion dollars, or maybe more in our humble country) , including Joseph Kennedy, father of John, also poor uneducated people who thought days would be better after the disaster of WWI, or youth just looking for a job, and a lot of bullies too, … also a lot of nobles/ex-nobles, looking to regain some luster on their fading regimes.. past stuff…
I like to think: judge not, lest ye be judged.. if anything, the guy was courageous and innovative, not a defense, just a statement… and San Diego County was home to some of the pioneer aviation in history, so y’all be the judge, because I cannot.. looks like a lot of Neo-bureaucracy to me…


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