Regarding the allegations that the Sun-Gazette's editorial policies and political cartoons are unfair to the administration, in the immortal words of the late, great Ann Landers, "Kwitcherbellyachin' !" It is the obligation of a free press to remind the public of those moments when the Emperor's new clothes are non-existent, just as long as it is done tastefully and with due respect. From what I've seen the Sun-Gazette has met this requirement Besides, anyone who runs for elected office, even the highest office in the land, should be smart enough to realize that they are fodder for the pundits and satirists. If you want editorials and cartoons that are in lock-step with the White House may I suggest a well known daily publication out of Times Square, NY. I can't help but wonder if the offended writer felt the same righteous indignation when unflattering cartoons of the Dubyah appeared with great frequency on these same pages.