But why vote for them when you can vote for bad photoshopping featuring Frank Lampard?
Those posters are pretty striking. Who made them?
Buggered if I know.
The S logo may represent the designer, though.
Pretty white slate, except maybe Salazar, who seems vaguely nuts. And is Teachout really better than the two women of color she’s running against?
I guess the system can work.
edit - sorry for the repeat - I just saw Melz post above.
I hope he pays in pennies.
Barack Obama speaks at the University of Illinois:
“Do not complain. Don’t hashtag. Don’t get anxious. Don’t retreat. Don’t binge on whatever it is you’re binging on. Don’t lose yourself in ironic detachment. Don’t put your head in the sand. Don’t boo. Vote. Vote.”
If I had to had hazard a guess, it looks like similar work to the firm that created Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s posters, Tandem.
I take it that FB is still OK with Milo? (Or is this older than I’m thinking?)
Teh Googles tells me the designer is James Stirling, StirlingArt on Twiiter, and made for ProgActNet.
And you can!
Aaand… it’s gone!
At least from Apple.
Get your shit together, Google!
Trumpian-esque-ish, but it is resistance. Anyway.
Interview with Salazar here:
The Salazar segment starts at 17:10.
Call it Kavanaugh’s cabal: There was his colleague on the Starr investigation, Alex Azar, now the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Mark Paoletta is now chief counsel to Vice President Mike Pence; House anti-Clinton gumshoe Barbara Comstock is now a Republican member of Congress. Future Fox News personalities Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson were there with Ann Coulter, now a best-selling author, and internet provocateur Matt Drudge.
A nice peek at what the Federalist Society is really all about.
eta: Richard Mellon Scaife. FFS, there’s one of the names that keeps turning up in the funding of groups, straight into the Alt-Right.