Even people that I agree with can do something that would be a target for a bit of humor.
The cartoons which I enjoy have caused some kind of out rage, but they have got people talking about these issues out in the open and in essence that's what its all about.
There are certain people within the new government who have a slightly disturbing tendency toward authoritarianism, but there are so many checks and balances that in that way their noises are just noises.
What's much harder is taking on people in your own community.
I eventually saw the satirical nature of caricaturing individuals.
I try not to change my political point of view from paper to paper.
Sometimes I have to compromise my views, but I never compromise on issues like the death penalty and the arm trade laws, despite what the readers or letters may say.
I think the eyes are very revealing and can expose a lot about a persons mood or character.
It's to be a person who's able to shoot little arrows into sacred cows and knock politicians off their pedestals, to look out for hypocrisy, advocate for all sorts of things from social justice to peace.
I see the cartoonist as contributing to the content, being critical, because we do poke holes in some of the dialogue and find new ways of seeing things.
Gee, I am a complete Luddite when it comes to computers, I can barely log on!