Chris Birch's suggestion (M Star October 25) that you should drop Leon Kuhn as a cartoonist simply because he can't see the difference between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is a philistine encroachment on artistic freedom.
On the key issue of causing the deaths of innocent civilians, Obama - through his extensive use of drone attacks - is just as morally culpable and criminally to blame as Romney promises to be.
Leon Kuhn reminded us of this.
I THOUGHT Chris Birch (M Star October 25) was a little bit harsh regarding the superb cartoonist Leon Kuhn.
Romney and Obama are neck and neck in more ways than one and I'm sure Mr Kuhn knows the small differences between the two.
It's akin to one meal in a restaurant that you know will give you a very uncomfortable bout of food poisoning.
Another choice will give you a more acute and serious form of poisoning.
Yes, there are subtle differences, but it's another take on the infamous tweedledee/tweedledum that we on the left are so sick of, excuse the pun.
Roger Fletcher is wrong (M Star October 27).
I have read The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists and I can see the political difference between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, just as I could see the political difference between Jim Callaghan and Margaret Thatcher or Gordon Brown and David Cameron.
It's not too difficult if you have studied Marxism. If Roger Fletcher has read Jonathan Swift, he will know that there are none so blind as those who will not see.