Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for January 25, 1980
Rick: Gentlemen, all of you have been extremely critical of President Carter's actions, but no one has said what he would have done differently... Each of you has implied that some sort of direct military action might have been in order. Does anyone care to go on the record as advocating that? Senator Baker? Baker: Mr. Redfern, I'm afraid I can't answer that question. This time next year I expect to be President, and I'd rather not tip my hand to the Soviets. Voices: Same here. Me, too. Sorry. Good question, though. Rick: Thanks.