Intereseting..."Editorial cartoons are supposed to be provocative, push boundaries, speak truth to power, rabble-rouse. The best cartoons address uncomfortable truths."
What about when other cartoons are not true? Or only tell half-truths(another word for misleading)? When does the CTFP decide to start taking responsibility for "speaking truth" to its own power? These cartoons are not seen as "one's opinions" but the viewpoint of your paper, the most powerful source of information in our community. Misleading cartoons hurt and divide our community. The problem is not Washington, it is us.
Mr. Bennett, this cartoon demonstrates how your political bias interprets what you see and hear. Either you are unaware of how you are blinded by this or you are unfortunately involved with spreading the type of propaganda all journalists supposedly abhor. The CTFP needs to question whether this is benfiting our community. I think not.