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Let us leverage the cartoon situation to stick it to liberal media outlets

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Submitted by Hari Iyer (United States), Feb 13, 2006 at 14:16

One could be creative and put the liberal media on the spot! How?

Any defendant in any high-publicity trial who does not want his pictures on tv or print can just wear a t-shirt with one of those cartoons. He/She can select any cartoon. Not necessarily the one showing muhammad with that bomb, but mohammad taking that donkey towards sunset.

I want to see what the liberal media would do then?
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