I was reading the issues section on Romney's website and saw the word "reverse" a few times in regards to Obama's policies. I immediately thought of this.
over 1 year ago
At least your actually reading up on Romney. And not just being ignorant and listening to Obama's childish undermining adverts.
Good for you...and love this.
@Design Terrier I don't want to get into it, but Romney's ads can be just as childish. Similar tactics on both sides for the same potential votes.
@Louie Mantia Me neither. Just pick what you think is most trustworthy :)
Damn you. How do you draw so good in perspective?
@Design Terrier I'm sorry, but I have to call you on this given that Romney's camp has said “we’re not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers.” Indicative of a certain ideology, no? Polarization scares me, but Romney/Ryan scares me more. Apologies to @Louie Mantia for hijacking the post, but I had to say something. On topic, I played this game growing up and loved it.
@Graham Beer Don't want to get technical on Dribbble. Leave it alone.
Dribbble + politics = No good
@Isaac Grant ＊ Dribbble + politics = free speech. There are quite a lot of political shots on dribbble. Many of them represent political viewpoints I disagree with. But I have not, nor will I ever attempt to discourage their right to express their viewpoint.
Anyone who posts a shot with a political point of view opens themselves to a political comment war, which is also free speech.
For example, Louie's shot here depicts both democrat and republican parties or candidates "reversing" their positions equally. His comment above reinforces this moral-relativism interpretation. I happen to think that moral-relativism is one of the great dangers in political thought. It makes it difficult to actually judge the merits of differing arguments or philosophies. Instead it's just "They do this!" and "You do that too!" nonsense.
Hi, Louie! I love your art btw!
@Jeff Rubow Peace and love, bro. Lol.
At first I thought this was a product photo of real cards. Nicely done.
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