Steve Sack cartoon: Post-convention enthusiasm

  • Article by: STEVE SACK , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 6, 2012 - 8:54 PM
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johneramone4Sep. 6, 1210:01 PM

Exactly what color is the sky in Steve Sack's world? Here;s what I saw of the DNC. Vacuous Hollywood start trying to sound relevant and intelligent. A Georgetown Law School scholarship recipient who believes that the Govt. should pay for birth control and gender reassignment surgery. God was booed. Israel was booed. An airheaded big city mayor who's obviously is hearing inpaired and a speech from a former President who not only is known for his inability to tell the truth but was actually impeached for lying...I have little doubt that Mr, Romney will be sworn in come January and or failed leader will be sent packing.

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elmore1Sep. 7, 12 8:25 AM

Sack, glad to hear you are an enthusiastic DFLer! I would have never guessed...

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login4Sep. 7, 12 9:25 AM

Sad some people deny truth. The Democrats are energized and ready to lead. The Republicans are old, out of ideas and want to drag the country backwards while trying to convince people that is moving forward. This cartoon is reality, deal with it!

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smdentSep. 7, 12 9:51 AM

Thank you President Obama. Your speech last night reignited my hope and enthusiasm for the future of this country. FORWARD - not back.

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dlzabzSep. 7, 1210:27 AM

Probably need to add a meteor that the rocket is headed for called the "Jobs Report" since that enthusiasm just fizzled.

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toddpearsonSep. 7, 12 1:55 PM

This is just stupid propaganda. I voted for Obama in 2008 and probably will again. But you have to be living in a alternate universe if you seriously think that Obama leaves the convention with any new enthusiasm for his re-election.

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warrenplaisaSep. 7, 12 4:46 PM

Sorry Steve Sack, I think your rocket strapped to the Democrat back just flamed out. A two point bounce before the jobs report came out today is not exactly stratospheric, huh. It's usually more effective to draw editorial cartoons on reality rather than your fantasies.

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vivicorsiSep. 12, 12 8:09 PM

Funny, great drawing!

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