Erased!

In response to the recent brutal beating of Syrian Political Cartoonist and Human-Rights Activist Ali Ferzat Cartoonists around the world have been asked to respond in the best way they know how. Here's mine. I imagined how much easier life would be if a leader who abused his position and his people could be removed as easily as a drawing could from a piece of paper using an eraser.

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