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00dozo said…
Always great funnies! But I'm wary of hurricanes, especially the WD-40!
;-)
Don said…
I'm really surprised by all of the hoopla that the Arizona law, which is only substantiating a federal law, has caused. It's not a big deal! It's been a law for years. It's never been enforced though.
Frankly, it's old news with me. Just enforce the damned laws and this would not have been necessary!!!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: I thought that cartoon was priceless. Glad you enjoyed it.
nonamedufus said…
Don: Everything I've read indicates this is a new law. While illegal immigration is a federal crime the Arizona law now also makes it a state crime, giving police the power that federal officials once had. The concern of course is that police will go too far, stopping anyone and everyone in a predominantly white state who isn't white. I've seen the law referred to as the "toughest in the country". I concur with putting a stop to illegal immigration. But I don't agree with giving police the power to harass innocent citizens.

But then, hey, political cartoons can sometimes be funny and can sometimes in and of themselves be thought-provoking. I chose this one because it did the latter.
Quirkyloon said…
Funny funnies!

WD-40 hurricane! Funny, but sad.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Yeah, that's one of my favourites this week.
Tgoette said…
Great selection as always! Hard to imagine anything funny about the BP situation, but you have to find something to smile about with it! Loved your comment on my blog this morning. I notice you didn't deny the "God-like qualities" reference. Which begs the question, can you change water to wine? And how about Scotch? Let me know!
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: Water into wine, maybe. Scotch into wine, that'd be stretch. Hey, thanks for your award today. I've prepared a post for Friday.

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