I was going to title this Spam in a Klan, but decided it would give too much away. On the day Obama's victory was announced, one of my customers phoned urgently about problems with his Web site. One of these turned out to be a spamspike.
We do sometimes get these, his hosting company's owner told me, and spam typically shoots to ten times normal level. And this spike, he continued, was hate-mail and death-threats against Obama, courtesy of the American Far Right. Perhaps in my drawing I'm being unfair, symbolising them as I did: if so, I apologise to the Ku Klux Klan.
But not, I feel, to all of it. Read down to the end of the Imperial Klans of America International Headquarters page. It is scary.
I can never remember whether to say "Klux" or "Kux". But now it's easy to remember, because Wikipedia tells me the name is from κύκλος, Greek for "circle". Also, I have never been inside an Internet hosting company. So some details in my drawing may be wrong.