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The whole package in one pic. A kitchen-sink biography distortion / character assassination. Nuclear, Radioactive, & Nasty. Anybody seen Karl Rove? This looks very Rovian to me...
What's up on this blatantly defamatory,obviously offensive cover?
Outright, broad-daylight Racism? Bigotry? Fear Mongering? Hate?
Repetition of a Rumor? Sheer Stupidity or Pre-Meditated Malice?
Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton called it "TASTELESS and OFFENSIVE" and, according to Jake Tapper at ABC, another high-profile Obama supporter called it "as offensive a caricature as any magazine could publish."
Let's ask the Artist how he sees this: "Barry Blitt Defends His New Yorker Cover Art Of Obama"
The illustration, by Barry Blitt,is called "THE POLITICS OF FEAR" and, according to the NYer press release, "satirizes the use of scare tactics and misinformation in the Presidential election to derail Barack Obama's campaign."
Uh-huh. What's that they say about repeating a rumor?
So, should we consider the people in this photo-vid who fist bump, ie. Bush father and son, baseball players and tennis players, etc. - terrorists?
Of course not. This is the politics of fear and misinformation, catering to the dark side of human nature.
And I thought Karl Rove had fled the country....
The recent, controversial cover of the New Yorker, featuring Barack and Michelle Obama as terrorists, mildly misunderstood for vague comic effect
"I Love NY" The uniqueness and originality of this ad highlights the Long Island Region for interstate and NYC etc. residents. This film targets both groups, especially during the gas crisis, when NYC folks may not be inclined to travel too far from NYC. However, for those people coming to New York, it highlights the destinations where Real New Yorkers go. Which, if you are coming to NY, is where a traveler would want to visit. This film shows how the island is a place for everyone- young and old and that it is a world class vacation spot. Entry for the "I Love New York Short Film Competition."
New Yorker Magazine depicts presidential candidate and his wife in a very stereotypical way. Has the New Yorker gone too far? Od is it fair play? Elizabeth and Kent weigh in on this hot political topic.
In Forza classes, a weapon of the ancient Japanese warrior class doubles as a fitness prop for a challenging aerobic and upper-body workout.
Read the article: http://www.nysun.com/health-fitness/new-yorkers-discover-way-of-the-samurai/84067
LIVE on the streets of NYC - Trulia Speaks to New Yorker's about the $700 Billion Bailout
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Among New York hotels, the New Yorker has is being re-imagined for the business traveler who likes to travel in style.
Watch me play with my newest character, The Annoyed, Skeptical New Yorker.
http://www.zennie62.com -- The NY Post Racist Cartoon Is "New Yorker" Eyeball Strategy. It's a ploy to get web visitors and to sell newspapers and it's working. It was done by the New Yorker last year with that Obama cover and now the NY Post is doing it. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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The nation didn't know it, but 1960 would change American film forever, and the revolution would take place nowhere near a Hollywood set. With the opening of the New Yorker Theater, a cinema located at the center of Manhattan's Upper West Side, cutting-edge films from around the world were screened for an eager audience, including the city's most influential producers, directors, critics, and writers.