What's wrong with this picture, you ask?
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Alas this photo is no exception. Let's analyze:
In clear focus in the foreground, a late-middle aged white woman with green eyes wearing an expression of doubt, as if to say: "This white woman, who is probably childless and will soon be dead, even she has doubts about Romney, because she is wise enough to understand what an evil man he is." (The accompanying article is entitled : "Romney's Lead Narrows in South Carolina As Negative Advertising Heats Up").
Behind her we have a slightly out of focus grandmotherly Italian American type wearing an equally skeptical expression.
And behind her, to better conceal their subterfuge, an even more blurry photo that is the clincher: a possibly pretty, young, blue-eyed white girl waving an American flag and smiling approvingly in Romney's direction. The only problem is that she has an unlikely set of yellow and misshapen teeth, which at first glance the reader hardly even notices.
This is clearly a subliminal attempt by the sick bastards at the NYT to subtly suggest that this normal-looking Romney supporter, this average American, is in fact somehow deeply flawed, possibly even mentally unstable. What other message does a blurry photo of a pretty girl with yellow wooden teeth convey?
The New York Times: Insidious Organ of Great Replacement Propaganda Since 2010.