Dixon Diaz: Slogans Define Public Ideas about Government

If television media has superseded print journalism as “the voice of the community,” then we must look to sit comms and commercials for an insight into the ever more liberal and secular public psyche.  Few delve deeper than the public posturing or hair styles of candidates and celebrities.

     If beauty is only skin deep, then the American public can claim little more when it comes to political ideas.   Slogans on yard signs and campaign posters are enough to determine “what’s in it for me.”  If you are actually reading this post, then you probably fall into another, more exclusive category.

      Dixon Diaz meets the visually-oriented “pop culture” middle class by offering a political cartoon for those who tend not to read.  Lightly held, automated attitudes dominate his world:

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