Bag’s Take-Away:
Bush Advisor Karl Rove and former Bush Press Secretary Dana Perino on their way out of the Bush portrait unveiling at the White House yesterday. Is the best caption “I’ll be back!” or “Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.” Besides Perino captured as mad woman, it’s a flashback to the Bush bacchanal.
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(credit:AP Photo caption:  Former White House advisor Karl Rove, left, and former White House press secretary Dana Perino, right, are seen leaving the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 31, 2012, after attending the portrait unveiling ceremony for former President George W. Bush.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Bush Advisor Karl Rove and former Bush Press Secretary Dana Perino on their way out of the Bush portrait unveiling at the White House yesterday. Is the best caption “I’ll be back!” or “Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.” Besides Perino captured as mad woman, it’s a flashback to the Bush bacchanal.

via India Times

(credit:AP Photo caption: Former White House advisor Karl Rove, left, and former White House press secretary Dana Perino, right, are seen leaving the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, May 31, 2012, after attending the portrait unveiling ceremony for former President George W. Bush.)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
Romney poses in front of Solyndra, the solar energy company that went under after receiving millions in federal loan guarantees in an attack on President Obama’s management of the economy. 
Whether outshone in the news cycle by portrait unveilings and verdicts, the story has no political traction or there’s no real visual hook there, photographer Jim Wilson captures Mitt, playing for soundbites, upstaged by a building.
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(credit: Jim Wilson/The New York Times caption:  Mitt Romney in California, at the headquarters of Solyndra, a failed solar company that got millions in federal loan guarantees.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Romney poses in front of Solyndra, the solar energy company that went under after receiving millions in federal loan guarantees in an attack on President Obama’s management of the economy. 

Whether outshone in the news cycle by portrait unveilings and verdicts, the story has no political traction or there’s no real visual hook there, photographer Jim Wilson captures Mitt, playing for soundbites, upstaged by a building.

via The New York Times

(credit: Jim Wilson/The New York Times caption: Mitt Romney in California, at the headquarters of Solyndra, a failed solar company that got millions in federal loan guarantees.)

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