In 1921, when Babe Ruth had broken the home run record, the Curtiss Candy Company retooled one of their candy bars and began marketing it as the “Baby Ruth.” This, as the story goes, is purely just a bizarre coincidence since the candy bar was clearly named after the first child of Grover and Frances, despite the fact that Ruth Cleveland had died almost two decades before the candy bar debuted.

The argument was solid enough to win the lawsuit brought on by Babe Ruth, himself, and is still the official story to this day.

In that same regard, any allegory in today’s comic to Roy Moore’s deepening problematic situation is purely coincidental.