MESSAGE to the NEW YORKER:
If it is satire and you want to be fair, then do the same for McCain.
New Yorker Magazine’s 'Satire' Cover
Barack Obama's campaign lashed out Sunday at the editors of The New Yorker magazine for a cartoon cover that depicts the Democratic candidate and his wife as fist-bumping terrorists.
The magazine's editor described the cartoon, called "The Politics of Fear," as satire. The Obama campaign called it "tasteless and offensive."
The McCain campaign joined in piling on The New Yorker. "We completely agree with the Obama campaign that it's tasteless and offensive," said campaign spokesman Tucker Bounds.
When asked by a reporter about the cartoon Obama, shrugging incredulously, replied: “I have no response to that.”
Cover of July 21 issue of The New Yorker depicts Barack and Michelle Obama in extremist roles.