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Letter: Cartoonist Should Apologize

In today's SR letters page, Rich Yokel/Spokane Valley penned the following complaint re: the Wiley Miller Non Sequitur cartoon above: "I did not find the Non-Sequitur comic funny in the Tuesday (July 13) issue of the newspaper. I found it an offensive blasphemy. God does not have a wife, and when He rested, He saw all that He had made was very good, and it is blasphemous to make a joke that anyone criticize His work. The author should apologize to the Christians who normally enjoy The Spokesman-Review and refrain from creating cartoons of this nature." (Click on cartoon to enlarge it.)

Question: What do you make of the cartoon?

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