Sack cartoon: Immigration

  • Article by: STEVE SACK , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 11, 2013 - 11:29 AM
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arspartzFeb. 10, 13 7:20 PM

Why should we allow anyone who violated our borders and entered out country ILLEGALLY have a path to citizenship? That is a slap in the face all of those who went through the system and waited their turn. Question: If I break into the DMV on Friday night, after camping there illegally all weekend do you think I should be at the front of the line on Monday morning?

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outofworkzzFeb. 11, 1312:08 PM

Really want to secure the borders? SAC has it right that we should including land mines in his drawing. By using smart land mines we could finally secure the borders cheaply and effectively. Ubsing smart land mines allow security forces to enable and disable the mine field.

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outofworkzzFeb. 11, 1312:10 PM

How about a funny cartoon showing the impact of 12Million fraudulently documented workers on the US unemployment line?

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jarlmnFeb. 11, 1312:29 PM

It rings hollow that Liberals are always moaning that things should be "fair" and "equatable" and "just" ... but then think it is ok for some people to ignore the fact that there is a line of other people waiting to immigrate. Would one of you Liberals kindly tell me how "fair" and "equatable" and "just," and mannerly even, it is for people to jump the line? Next time I'm in line for a move or concert, I'm gonna look for someone sporting an Obama button and butt-in ahead of them ... by Liberal 'standards', it would *have* to be ok, right?

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tranqwhlFeb. 11, 1312:29 PM

ask neighboring countries how they feel about illegal immigration to their countries. "Just let them in!" is not their answer; but we are evil if we have the same answer...?

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truthhurts73Feb. 11, 13 1:00 PM

Keep beating the fraudulent liberal drum Sack. Few, if any, Americans are against legal immigration. It's the millions of illegal immigrates who broke the law and are now living off the services that our limited tax dollars provide, which is at issue.

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outofworkzzFeb. 11, 13 1:02 PM

There are barriers to the path to citizenship but apparently almost no barriers to the wellfare line.

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nojobforh1bFeb. 11, 13 3:01 PM

outofworkzz: How about a funny cartoon showing the impact of 12Million fraudulently documented workers on the US unemployment line? --YOU NAILED IT!! Maybe SAC will also post a hilarious carton showing the imapct to the unemployment line of the US Congress allowing 28Million foreign workers to enter the country over the past decade.

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