Gun cartoon of the day

This is a rather odd and telling way to represent a civil rights leader.


2 thoughts on “Gun cartoon of the day

  1. Odd indeed, tho I can assume from the countless examples of those on the anti-freedom side wishing death or ill upon political opponents, I can guess this is simply celebrating the death of a person who they disagreed with.

    And remember Chuck Heston was a leader for ALL civil rights, and these people oppose them all.

  2. Heston was an advocate for black’s civil rights before it was cool. ‘Course, so were the country’s Founders, but that’s been lost to the public education establishment.

    Is the cartoonist saying that even in death, Heston’s civil rights advocacy lives on? I could accept that, though I figure it’s an insult of some kind.

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