Via Kate at Shakesville, Sarah Haskins’ “Target Women: Suffrage” makes fun of the rather obvious, and similar, ways Obama and McCain are trying to court “female voters” and “Clinton voters,” two overlapping categories that are too often talked about as if they were the same. “The strategy seems to be just stick yourself in the middle of a bunch of women, and it’s almost like you are one!”
Makes me wonder how the candidates would court Black voters had Clinton won the primary. It might have been the first election in which the Democratic nominee was eager to be seen photographed in the middle of a bunch of Black people.
McCain vs McCain.
Apart from agreeing with the political point, I like the visual design — much better than others of the genre I’ve seen.