". . . You're just 'seeing' things. . . "<br><br>Gotta love it when the liberal media apologists have it shoved back in their collective faces and the bastards pulling this crap finally are getting their hands slapped . . . <br><br>From USA Today:<br><br><blockquote>"Editor's note: The photo of Condoleezza Rice that originally accompanied this story was altered in a manner that did not meet USA TODAY's editorial standards. The photo has been replaced by a properly adjusted copy. Photos published online are routinely cropped for size and adjusted for brightness and sharpness to optimize their appearance. In this case, after sharpening the photo for clarity, the editor brightened a portion of Rice's face, giving her eyes an unnatural appearance. This resulted in a distortion of the original not in keeping with our editorial standards."</blockquote><br><br>Michelle Malkin retains the photoshopped version, originally published by USA Today . . . <br><br><br><br>Here's the origianl, undoctored version, to which USA Today has now changed . . . <br><br><br><br><br>* * * * * * * * * * * * * *<br>I [censored] bigger than you.
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