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Ramirez draws the truth

Apparently, some citizens are offended when your cartoons depict the truth concerning our president’s inability to tell the truth. Hey citizens, in case you didn’t know, those cartoons depict freedom of expression, which is a pictorial form of free speech. I do believe that free speech as of yet has not been completely suppressed.

Why should we have to avoid or sugarcoat the lies that come from the very top of the political arena when they consistently flow from there like water over Niagara Falls.

Keep those cartoons coming, Michael Ramirez. Don’t let those who are overly sensitive to the naked truth influence your ability to discern and express it in your art.

Andy Ferrers

Spokane



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