When progressive establishmentarians like Donny Deutsch yearn for Occupy Wall Street to produce a Kent State Moment, they aren’t wishing for their fellow moonbats to be killed, but for the outbreak of raw liberalism to produce an iconic image that will rally the majority against economic freedom. Despite looking hard, “mainstream” media propagandists haven’t found one yet; however, they have found their Dorothea Lange Moment. Zombie explains:
Dorothea Lange, as you may remember, was the 1930s photographer whose stark portraits of suffering Americans summarized and epitomized the Depression.
This new photo of two young Occupiers taken by photojournalist El Marco in New York’s Zuccotti Park shortly before it was dismantled I think could become the iconic image of Occupy Wall Street — not a newsworthy photo of violence and martyrdom, but rather a thoughtful intimate portrait of two prototypical OWS lovebirds. It doesn’t just capture a moment — it captures an era:
This is what moonbattery is reducing Americans to.
Photo credit: El Marco.