January 17, 2013

PHOTOS: The use of children in politics — if you find it persuasive, you’d better sharpen up. Drudge knows imagery. “The implicit argument the political leader makes, in all 3 of these pictures, is: I’m making the country good for the sake of the children. The child can’t vouch for the policies. The child hasn’t competently requested anything. The child is merely a prop representing goodness, innocence, and the future.”

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