What’s With The Dems’ Commie Style Posters?

I don’t know about you, but I think communist propaganda posters are back in style.

Obama started the trend. Compare and contrast:

Now Hillary has released her new poster:

How about McCain? Surely he wants to look progressive, too?

What an old fuddy-duddy.

Then again…he does have this:

For more compare and contrasts see Garling Gauge.

Hat tip: Cao’s blog.

Thanks to The People’s Cube for ‘Grope’ and ‘Damn’ because they cracked me up.


For some interesting background on the artist behind the Obama posters, see See-Dubya at Michelle Malkin.

15 thoughts on “What’s With The Dems’ Commie Style Posters?

  1. “Hillary Cares About Me”

    And by “Me” she means “Hillary”. She’s the only one that can wear that.

    Seriously though, I am comforted by the fact that she cares about me and my problems but what’s with the hand on the button?

    Is that some kind of subtle threat?


  2. I tried to upload a revised version, but it wouldn’t take on my site. Anyway, I just added “…and that’s all it takes for my vote” to the bottom.

    Trying to capture the essence of the liberal voter’s mindset.


  3. My hubby just added photoshop to my computer. Now all I have to do is learn how to use it. – Deb

    You’re going to have so much fun I am almost envious. It is a very fun program to lean, and powerful beyond belief. Of course there is a down side to this new found tool. You’ll no longer allow black and white hippie chick photos of yourself to be posted online. What is hidden in darkness, is no more!

    Adobe has some really good tutorials but for the widest variety the best out there is at…


    If you need .psd’s or have any questions feel free to email me anytime…oh, and next hit him up for a graphics tablet.


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  5. These posters aren’t a bi-product of democratic political advertising. Its popular because of contemporary artist Shepard Fairey using the slick design concepts of mid-century poster design . Check out his web-site.


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