The website for Reason Magazine features an editorial that sums up my thoughts and feelings about why Everybody Draw Mohammed Day is an absolute must. It's a defense of values that are at the very core of American culture, a culture I wish more of our leaders and so-called intellectuals were willing to make a stand for.
But, enough from me. Click here to read the article. Not only does it speak to the reason why supporters and participants in Everybody Draw Mohammed Day aren't all a bunch of hate-mongers and bigots--there are far more of those on the other side of this issue, the side that wants to silence expression they don't agree with through any means neccesary--but it offers some tidbits about the "Danish Cartoon Controversy" you might not be aware of.
You can also click here to see a preview of my contribution to the event.
Although... you shouldn't be reading this. You should be drawing a cartoon of your own. Because if you don't stand up for freedom of expression, it's looking more and more like no one will.
Even Adam Gadahn would have joined in--he loves him some freedom of expression, Adam does--but he's too busy trying to score some pot without the CIA picking him up.
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