Wednesday, November 30, 2005

MoveOn's Little PhotoShop of Horrors originally used this photo in a TV ad. It was insinuated that these British soldiers were Americans held in Iraq during Thanksgiving by Bush's "illegal war."
When it became evident to MoveOn that their ruse was not going to fly because of the sharp eyes of bloggers like Kevin Aylward at wizbang, they Shopped the photo redressing the soldiers in US cammies. Note the guy in the original wearing shorts is dressed in long pants in the fake. The pants are the same pants as the guy to his right in line.

Dollars to donuts MoveOn will claim the 'shorts' photo is faked by conservative conspirators to discredit the truth and anyone brave enough to oppose the Bush administration.

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Mike's America said...

It's the sheer arrogance of these idiots and the false presumption that they are so much smarter than everyone else that leads them to believe that A. No one will notice a fake, or B. They can lie about it with impunity.

The American people have seen through their lies enough times you think they would learn. But then... YOU would think!

YellowRose said...

It takes all kinds....doesn't it? Too bad there are some who insist on being so stupid all the time.

MoveOn needs to just move on and get a life!

Indigo Red said...

Both A and B, Mike.

I like that, Rose. It's like a bad radio program - "All stupid all the time!"

Leap Frog said...

...and you know, I'm not even surprised anymore.