Sack cartoon: Michele Bachmann throws stones

  • Article by: Steve Sack , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 25, 2013 - 4:55 PM
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rascal1234May. 25, 1310:20 PM

Yeah that is really comparable, Steve.

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comment229May. 26, 13 4:30 AM

Steve.... best one yet!

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supervon2May. 26, 13 8:35 AM

Yeah, Steve it's alright to have the DOJ follow conservatives and not Liberals. You better believe you know exactly where that came from.

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clintonliesMay. 26, 13 8:48 AM

The same old Alinsky rules nonsense. I doubt if Sack will scribble something on Franken's use of the IRS to target the Tea Party.

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ICEPrincessMay. 26, 13 9:52 AM

Obviously there is good reason to target tea party members when there leader is involved with illegal activities.

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jpcooperMay. 26, 1311:16 AM

Iceprincess "Obviously there is good reason to target tea party members when there leader is involved with illegal activities."

What "Illegal" activities"? Like covering up a terrorist attack before an election? or using the IRS to attack your Enemy during an election year? or using the DOJ to stifle the press that does not agree with you politically? or claiming that "I don't know" or "I was not aware" about all that was taking place

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uffda12May. 26, 13 1:35 PM

What's with the Falling Stars hatred of Michelle?? This seems much more intense than their usual contempt for anything conservative, good, bad, or indifferent! Just curious.

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diogenesnyMay. 26, 13 4:42 PM

Multiple inaccuracies from the right's commenters, as usual. Where was your indignation when the DOJ targeted liberal groups during W's tenure? Did you bother to look at "Franken's" letter - which was signed by six other senators - which asked for investigation of all 501c4 groups, not only conservative ones? And do you have any proof that President Obama was involved with any of the "illegal activities" with which you charge him, or are you just engaging in talk-radio-style "might have" guesswork?

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pitythefoolsMay. 26, 13 6:30 PM

pcooper: "What "Illegal" activities"? Like covering up a terrorist attack before an election? or using the IRS to attack your Enemy during an election year? or using the DOJ to stifle the press that does not agree with you politically? or claiming that "I don't know" or "I was not aware" about all that was taking place"

What laws were broken? Do you really think that if Obama had broken a law, even a petty misdemeanor, they wouldn't have started impeachment proceedings by now? Get over it.

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zekefaxMay. 27, 1311:33 PM

@uffda12 What's with the Falling Stars hatred of Michelle?? This seems much more intense than their usual contempt for anything conservative, good, bad, or indifferent! Just curious." ----- I can't speak for everyone who dislikes Ms Bachmann but I see a woman who represents thousands of people in her district and spends more time trying to promote her career while doing little or nothing to help those thousands of people she represents. Surely those people could select another person who shares many of Michelle's opinions but who could actually find a way to help the people. Remember the saying "people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones"? This cartoon reflects on that saying in that Ms B is ignorant of her own failings and seems to constantly bash on others, frequently with lies or half truths even to the extent that she bashed democrats for her campaign, (I'll say irregularities), coming to light and this is totally untrue as it was her own staff who brought these things out. I would love to see more of Ms B in the media but as an actress on some reality show such as Ms B Learns Even More in Iowa? Or perhaps a travel show featuring Switzerland call it, "Ms B, Our Lady in Zurich", or something like that? Attractive?, to this senior, certainly, but attractiveness is not a qualification for public office. Minnesotans can use better representation than Ms B!

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