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Branco's Tea Party cartoon: Picture worth ten thousand words

A. F. Branco's work is popular because he can sum up a position with brush strokes even a low-info voter can understand. (Used with permission: A. F. Branco)

I started seeing works by A. F. Branco on Facebook and was delighted to learn he permits usage of his work with a linkback and credit. Branco says a lot with an image, and I personally think this one is a classic in summing up the latest trifecta of scandals for the Obama administration. Past scandals like Fast and Furious and Solyndra were largely ignored by legacy media. These scandals, however, found legacy media in the crosshairs. Poetic justice of a sort.

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