All this Bush stuff had me think to dig this out of the closet, from Bush Senior's realm.
I moved to Oakland in 1988, and was soon there after hanging out with my buddy who ran a great silk screen studio which produced political art. Among other things, they made a popular line of t-shirts called "Reagan Wear", as well as a magazine called King Cobra.
He asked me to do a cover, and we ended up doing it as a silk screen, each cover by hand.
It ended up being a four-panel fold out image of a whacky conservative carnival.
Patrick Flynn at The Progressive called me after he saw this and got me started doing illos for them.
Ah, brings me back to the days of Dan Quayle, Iran Contras, crack babies and 1000 points of light.