The cartoonist's role is not so much to instruct his audience, or illuminate the Truth, as it is to simply take an honest stand and present it vehemently enough so that it must be confronted. This constitutes the power of the cartoon to stimulate discussion and debate. And this is the cartoon's positive function in society-Bill Watterson
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
The case for "Elected President"
Should Singapore's president be elected by the people, or rubber stamp by parliament?