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newyorkercover.jpgAs someone who recently ran an image of Vice President Dick Cheney’s face in the cartoon body of Elmer Fudd to illustrate a story about coverage for wayward hunters, I sympathize with editors at “The New Yorker” who took such a verbal beating this week over the publication’s controversial cover satirizing all the fearsome, ignorant misconceptions about Sen. Barack Obama. For those “offended” by the image, or who find it “tasteless,” I say, get over it! This country is too sensitive and politically correct for its own good.

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