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Bag’s Take-Away:Have you noticed how substantially photos of (and phrases on) posters are now contributing to the political narrative? With DC in gridlock — and “spin lock” — and the media largely consumed with beltway talking points, photojournalism represents an open window. Case in point: a “one shot” street poll on the Jobs Act (and a rebuttal to the legislation’s blunt kicking aside on Tuesday).
(photo: Tony Dejak/AP caption: Anne Caruso, a retired kindergarden teacher, protests Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011, in Cleveland.)