Political Cartoon paper

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Nick Richardson Professor John McKinnis English 102 8 September, 2007 Many issues in the world today do not get as much attention as they should such as global warming, the housing market, and our healthcare system. However, there are a lot of people that care about these issues and many more like them. Now, imagine a way for you to get your opinion heard by lots of people that can also make people laugh in the process. Based on those criteria, political cartoons fit the bill nicely. There are obviously no rules as to what a person can draw as long as it is used to make the author’s point; if the person wants to make a cartoon involving something as ludicrous as Fruit Loops and pretzels and they can help show what their opinion is, then that person can use those items in their cartoon. Arcadio Esquivel created a political cartoon about the issue of immigration that involved (without giving too much away) potential illegal immigrants and propeller caps to voice his opinion on the subject. As many people know, the issue of what to do about all the immigrants crossing our
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