Is there anything funny about Ebola?
Thousands have died in Africa. There is one dead in the United States, three still being treated and a few survivors who have regained their health.
Hundreds more have been "exposed" to people whom the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are attempting to track. Just recently the CDC has revised its procedures for health care workers who might come in contact with an infected person.
Is the deadly virus — which has spurred various levels of panic around the U.S. and the world — a subject that political cartoonists should take on?
Where does good taste collide with bad satire, and where's the line?
We don't have all the answers, but we do have some samples of the editorial cartoons that have been created and run at some of the largest newspaper in the country.
If there is a threshold where cartoonists should not venture, where exactly is that?
Take a look at these eight cartoons and let us know what you think in the comments section below.