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Monday, May 3, 2010

Best Posters From the Immigration Reform March

Posted By on Mon, May 3, 2010 at 2:50 PM


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If you kick out the immigrants, you kick out Pamela Anderson (Canadian, eh?). And we all know Tea Partiers love them some Pam.


This guy went to the history books.  

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And more was in store on the reverse: "I'm not a wet back just because I crossed a river. When you crossed an ocean." Sassy! 

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This

kid decided to go Moses in reverse. Let's see, stick figure by a palm

tree, various stick figures -- yep, he was on to something.   


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Sheriff Joe Arpaio, before all the Fox Network makeup....

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We're pretty sure Frank Chu's sign means that ICE stole the rights to his movie.

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