Skip to comments.Brian Edwards and Tom Privitere Sue After Engagement Pic Used in Colorado Hate Mailer
Posted on 12/12/2012 9:25:59 PM PST by nickcarraway
In this year's campaign, Senator Jean White and state House candidate Jeffrey Hare, both Republicans, were attacked via mailers featuring a gay couple kissing and slogans suggesting that the image represented their version of family values. Turns out that the couple in question, Brian Edwards and Tom Privitere, weren't asked if their photo could be used in this way -- and now, they and the photographer who snapped the pic are suing the outfit that used it. Details and the images in question below.
Here's the original photo, as captured by photographer Kristina Hill to mark Edwards and Privitere's engagement. Note that it features the New York skyline in the background:
(Excerpt) Read more at blogs.westword.com ...
quote from the article:
“It fuels me as a photographer to know that these images will be cherished. That they will hang on walls, be passed around at gatherings, put in albums, and that someday maybe children and grandchildren will display these moments in their own homes.”
Alright... not to be cynical here, but what children and grandchildren is she talking about?
I... I did not know that...
Exactly how *MUCH* do they have to love each other??
Well, I checked and it looks like Jean White got destroyed in the Republican primary by a guy named Randy Baumgardenr, who then went on to get elected to the state senate. Jean White, from what I can gather, was a “moderate” and a homo hugger who “worked across the aisle”. No thanks.
Photographically speaking, the Photoshopped images are better than the original-—the distracting buildings in the background have been deleted.
Gee..I sure remember human anatomy class differently..was I absent one day?????
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