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15:34, July 15, 2008

New Yorker depicts Obama with satirical cartoon


This July 14, 2008 handout image courtesy of The New Yorker magazine shows the cover of the July 21st issue, entitled 'The Politics of Fear,' in which artist Barry Blitt satirizes the use of scare tactics and misinformation in the Presidential election to derail Barack Obama's campaign. Barack Obama's campaign decried the cover showing Obama wearing Islamic dress while his wife holds a Kalashnikov.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)



A copy of the 'The New Yorker' magazine, featuring an illustration of Barack Obama with a turban and robe, is seen at a newsstand in New York, July 14, 2008. The magazine pokes fun at smears directed at Barack Obama, but the Democratic presidential candidate isn't laughing. The cover portrays the Illinois senator in a turban and robe bumping fists with wife Michelle, who sports an Afro, a rifle and military garb. In the background, an American flag burns in the fireplace. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)



A copy of the 'The New Yorker' magazine, featuring an illustration of Barack Obama with a turban and robe, is seen at a newsstand in New York, July 14, 2008. The magazine pokes fun at smears directed at Barack Obama, but the Democratic presidential candidate isn't laughing. The cover portrays the Illinois senator in a turban and robe bumping fists with wife Michelle, who sports an Afro, a rifle and military garb. In the background, an American flag burns in the fireplace. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)



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