What to do with Lib-tards, they are so undependable. But hey, the idea lives on anyway even though she denies it was her intent, she owns it, though she denies that she does, because what followed is an extension of the art project, Swedish artist, Lars Vilks, would agree! KGS
Molly in spin mode or not, she owns it: “I make cartoons about current, cultural events. I made a cartoon of a fictional ’poster’ entitled “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!” with a nonexistent group’s name — Citizens Against Citizens Against Humor — drawn on the cartoon. It was in specific response to the recent censoring of a South Park episode, a desire to bring home the importance of the first amendment. I did not intend for my cartoon to go viral. I did not intend to be the focus of any ’group’. This particular cartoon has struck a gigantic nerve, something I was totally unprepared for.”
The Sheik has more on it: Spineless in Seattle: The momentum … was more than the artist had anticipated. Norris explains: “I said that I wanted to counter fear and then I got afraid.”

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