Regarding Rick McKee's June 7 cartoon depicting Hillary Clinton: He may think he is a great cartoonist, but I've seen better. He has no respect for women. How would he like it if someone drew a picture of his mother, trying to disgrace her? I don't think he would.
Trash like that doesn't make him a great person. It only makes dummies out of the ones who want to be great. I'd like to know how McKee knows so much about Hillary Clinton. A Democrat has the same rights as a Republican.
I am 83 years old and have lived under 13 presidents. When her husband was president, Hillary Clinton stepped up to help the poor and seniors have quality health care -- which one day McKee will need. But critics said, "Oh, she wants to be president" -- so she stepped aside.
It was Eleanor Roosevelt's brainstorm over the breakfast table to come up with the Civilian Conservation Corps that put thousands of young men to work and train them for other jobs; I was one of those men. The National Youth Administration, training young men how to earn a living, was her idea. It was her idea for the Works Progress Administration; it wasn't much, but it put food on the table for poor people.
And how about Social Security and Medicare? it wasn't a Republican who gave them to the people.
Lonnie E. Reeves, North Augusta, S.C.