Tea Party Credo: "If you can't reform your image, Photoshop it!"

Last week I posted on one of the Tea Party leaders and a "Man of Faith", Dale Robertson, who has some serious messaging issues to deal with, as you can see here:

It appears that Robertson has decided to reform his image in the only way he knows how:

When you're a Tea Party activist and you've been caught
holding a racist sign that refers to taxpayers as the "n" word, maybe
it's better to just leave the whole subject alone.

Dale Robertson seems to disagree. Over the weekend, the Houston-based Tea Party leader posted the photo of himself at a rally last year that you can see [here].

Notice something strange about the words on that sign Robertson
is holding? That's because it's a (very poorly) photoshopped image. In
the real photo, Robertson's sign bears a very different message.

If only all idiotic comments were so easily (air)brushed aside? The GOP could just make a photo like this one:

MAY 1, 2003:

Mission Accomplished

"My fellow Americans: Major combat operations in Iraq have ended."

-Bush, 5/1/03

And declare the Bush years a rousing success...

What? You think people might notice?

No votes yet


It wasn't the burglary that took Nixon down, right, it was the coverup!
Did he change the cap too, I've not looked closely?

"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

I guess a "Man of Faith" can only tell half lies?