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That is certainly a powerful image.

In light of the event that inspired it, the MSM media manipulation of "reporting" to incite racial tension, & the predictable reaction of the race-baiters that jumped in to exploit it, I'd say it's on target.

Contrasted against the sympathy I feel for the family's loss--& how the MSM/race-baiter circus has no doubt inflamed their grief--it makes me feel REALLY uncomfortable.

DEFINITELY made me THINK--which I'm sure is your intent.

I'd like to see the addition of the word "THINK" (same font) in traffic-sign safety red/orange/pink (maybe translucent) diagonally across the image. I might even wear that.

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - MLK

As long as the MSM ringmasters court the jester Al "Crown Heights/Freddie's Fashion Mart" Sharpton's (& his ilk), we'll have to keep on dreaming.

John Cox:

My approach was purposely nonjudgmental, yet it challenges a viewer to "pick a side".

It can be interpreted both ways: sympathetic to Martin, the silenced victim OR sympathetic to Zimmerman, the private citizen who stood his ground.

I believe the truth (if it's actually attainable) is the uncomfortable gray area between Fear and Tolerance.

Dr. Bob:

It would also make an excellent book cover - for the eventual book that will be written

T again:

Hey John.

I understand your purpose. However, there is a "side" that will not tolerate another. The mere proposition of an alternative is an affront in & of itself. The faintest hint of opposition is perceived as absolute oppression. That mentality scares me (esp. when it is militant).


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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