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Obama’s decision last week to cease deportation of young “dreamers” was illustrated around the world with photos of crying and happy undocumented young people. A real visual punch. Forces in opposition to Obama’s decision got a different visual treatment, typified by this spider woman shot of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wearing what looks like blood on her shirt.
(credit: Matt York/AP caption: Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R), responds to President Obama’s immigration speech, Friday, June 15, 2012, at the Capitol in Phoenix. Brewer said President Barack Obama represents a “pre-emptive strike” aimed at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could uphold parts of the state’s immigration enforcement law.)
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