City of Roses
It's like what Kyle said on a recent two-part South Park episode titled "Cartoon Wars", satiricizing the whole Danish cartoon fiasco, where he rushes to Fox Studios to stop an episode of "Family Guy" featuring Mohammad to be aired, and argues for freedom of speech and goes after the hypocrisy of political correctness:
"Yes, people can get hurt. That's how terrorism works. But if you give in to that, Doug, you're allowing terrorism to work."
"Either it's all OK, or none of it is. Do the right thing."
Did I mention, by the way, that Mohammed DID indeed appear in a previous South Park episode titled "Super Best Friends"?
Regarding both this and this marine emblem controversy, I think it is quite disrespectful what both the Danish cartoonists in the former and what Benson has done in the latter and don't agree with what they do, but nonetheless believe they have the right to say what they want.
It's like what I say in the Cindy Sheehan thread. Some of the recent things she's said are very troubling just like what Ann Coulter, Ward Churchill and Pat Robertson says, but they have the right to say as they wish, while we have the right not to listen as well.
"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other"