Washington Post Pulls "Where's Muhammed?" Cartoon

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    Cartoonist Seeing Red After 'Muhammad' Cartoon Yanked - FoxNews.com

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    Sounds like the Post is full of a bunch of bedwetting, Islamophobic pussies to me. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Ned Martel from Washington Post: "a deliberate provocation without a clear message."

    Agree with that.
     
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    Of course you would. Why do Muslims not understand satire?
     
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    Where IS Muhammed in that cartoon?

    Damn, you get offended at the slightest thing.

    Idiot.


    The irony of this cartoon being pulled is amazing.
     
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    I did not say I am offended. What I said was, that I agree with the reason the WP-guys refused to publish the Cartoon.

    That is a picture a 10 year old child could draw, and an adult just adds the word Muhammad on it. Totally unrelated to each other. Where is the satire in this? There is no logic in that cartoon.

    Ned Martel from Washington Post: "a deliberate provocation without a clear message."
     
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    "Where is the satire in this?"



    Yes, Chanel, why do Muslims not understand satire?

    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    Washington Post editorial board also does not get the satire.
    Explain me in your own words, where the satire is in that cartoon.
    Maybe you'll convince me.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    No wonder US companies are outsourcing jobs given your rhetorical skills.
     
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    Here's my cartoon:

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    Where's the "Where's Muhammed" Cartoon?
     
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