Blast to Fauxgraphy's Past : fake troops found in Bush's 2004 ad

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"This [photo-shop fakery] is not really that big of a deal, except as a metaphor for the Bush campaign's casual relationship to the truth."

mithras the prophet writes:

“Appropriately titled “Whatever It Takes“, the new BC04 ad uses Bush’s convention acceptance speech, stirring music, and images of dedicated troops and families in the heartland. As astutely noted by mikellanes in this thread. It also uses Photoshopped images to turn a small crowd into a large one cover over Bush at a podium”

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Blast to Fauxgraphy’s Past : Fake troops found in Bush’s 2004 ad

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