Just a quick post today... All about a picture being worth a 1000 words.

I found this picture on facebook at Cuéntame's Photos - Wall Photos with a caption that read:

If you could write a one-line message on a blank billboard in Arizona for people to reconsider SB 1070, WHAT WOULD IT SAY?

I proposed instead of a picture why not post a political cartoon up on that BIG billboard? Here's a good one from Fitzsimmons

OR this one from Mike Keefe

OR better yet this one also from Fitzsimmons

You know what they say about a picture... WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS...

Ain't it the truth!

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Arizona Immigration Law and A Picture Worth A 1000 Words.
Arizona Immigration Law and A Picture Worth A 1000 Words.
Arizona Immigration Law and A Picture Worth A 1000 Words.
Arizona Immigration Law and A Picture Worth A 1000 Words.

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chuckypoo 5 years 29 weeks ago
#1

Is it me or does this law seem very similar to trying to deal with an overflowing bathtub or sink without considering turning off the water?

padlake's picture
padlake 5 years 29 weeks ago
#2

@chuckypoo: I LOVE how simply you put it!

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