he only way to accomplish this.

Posted by: Jay C. at April 14, 2003 09:28 AM

Not having seen the letter in its original form, nor the cartoon on which it was based, I really don't have any way to tell whether the letter was foolish; I was focusing more on Ramirez' lack of subtlety in his cartoons than anything else. BTW, was that your picture or Ben Affleck's at the bottom of Sunday's LA Times Sports Section.

Posted by: Steve Smith at April 14, 2003 01:49 PM

Steve -- That letter is reprinted in its entirety, and there's a link to the cartoon.

And that picture? It's Scott Rubush.

Posted by: Matt Welch at April 14, 2003 01:57 PM

Is there something wrong with my eyes or did I just read someone complaining about a cartoon being "unsubtle." Geez, I thought political cartoons were _supposed_ to be blunt and in-your-face.

Posted by: Andrea Harris at April 14, 2003 10:31 PM

It is high time that the fallacies of moral relativism---

What right has this man to blatantly foment anti-government sentiment in Cuba?


Cason is not a diplomat; he is an anti-Castro agitator who speaks the same cowboy prose as his president, George W. Bush.

be exposed to the scorching light of reason. American high schools would be well served with a course on Human Universal rights.

Posted by: vlad at April 15, 2003 03:54 AM

RE: "Feminazis"

It hasn't been used in eons to my knowledge, but I remember it referred to a handful of extreme feminists on the planet, such as the ones who call believe all sex is rape.

Posted by: HH at April 15, 2003 07:40 PM
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