The 'What We See VS. What Politicians See' Series has a Bone to Pick

By: Josh Triantafilou - Published: Mar 27, 2012 • References: stream.pleated-jeans & buzzfeed
The blog Pleated-Jeans recently posted a series of 'What We See VS. What Politicians See' diagrams illustrating what the author thinks is wrong with contemporary American politics.

For anyone with an anti-authoritarian, ideal, democratic or even just plain contrarian streak, these diagrams will amuse you. What We See VS. What Politicians See point out differences between popular conceptions of things and the way such things are often discussed among politicians.

According to one picture, politicians tend to think of internet users as pirates; this observation is emphasized through the depiction of a quintessential pirate. Whether or not one agrees with the What We See VS. What Politicians See series, most would admit that the images are pretty apt. Stats for Political Commentary Captions Trending: Older & Chilly
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