Cartoons help terrorists

I am once again disappointed to see Bush-bashing cartoons published by the Register on Jan. 26. The only one that was mildly amusing
Sandusky Register Staff
May 9, 2010

I am once again disappointed to see Bush-bashing cartoons published by the Register on Jan. 26. The only one that was mildly amusing was the picture of the president with all of the liberal buttons on his back. Most all of the liberals, including our own Dennis Kucinich, were lining the aisles to give the president a hypocritical handshake.

The other cartoons were just plain nasty. Don't you people realize that when, not if, the Jihadists take this country you will not only lose the right to freedom of the press, speech and religion, but will likely lose your heads? Freedom is why we fight. Remember the Nazis?

Are you so blind that you can't see that the terrorists and the liberal media have divided this country and will continue to do so until we all stand behind our elected president and say "enough"?

I recently purchased a digital camera. The user instructions were on a CD. When I played the CD the instructions were written in Arabic with a picture of an American family at the end. Need I say more?

Suzanne Ailing

Sandusky

Comments

Anonymous

Cartoons don't help terrorists. Americans who make common cause with terrorists, who hate our freedom of free expression most of all, help terrorists. This is a case of the fearful blaming the brave for their fear. Love this country or leave it: It's more than a bunch of strip malls, it's a bunch of really big ideas and commitments to those ideas wherever they lead. If you can't hack freedom, then select one of the many dingy and depressing countries where you need not be bothered by free expression.