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What are we doing? I am appalled when I opened my current news site @ https://edition.cnn.com/ to find this cartoon that was recently published in the New York Post https://www.nypost.com/delonas/delonas.htm. It is completely horrifying that one person would decide to creatively portray such an image of violence, nonetheless, violence with racial and political fibers of complete ignorance. Among that thread, opinions of enraged individuals saw obvious correlation between "white" police officers and their violent aggression toward Obama, (seen as the monkey in this cartoon).
Naturally, depicting such racial overtones without any sensitivity to allowing Obama the opportunity to advocate great change in American's operations, brings about further fuel of fire for the hate groups in America who see Obama as a threat to the nation.
Can we minimize damage of racial inequality by trying to refrain from drawing such obscene, pathetic, and demoralizing cartoons? Perhaps America still cannot embrace the quality and integrity of an amazing man who can lead this nation out of horrific desperation. In my opinion, this cartoon was a desperate attempt to shove inhumane images into the hearts of the nation.