The Sacramento Bee published a comic today that supposedly highlights the dangers of Texas’s light regulatory system. It uses the explosion at the West, Texas chemical plant to make it’s point:
From The Corner:
[The artist] defended himself on the paper’s website, arguing that the cartoon was “published to make a point” about the dangers of Texas’s taking pride in its light regulations.
I wonder how his comics on the lack of regulatory oversite in Kermit Gosnell’s “clinic” were received.