July 20, 2012

Bain vs. Bane vs. Benito

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Dan Youra's Bain vs. Bane depicts definitions for the two words in the caricatures of Romney and Obama. Bain, as in Bain Capital, denotes "great financial success." The common word "bane" is defined as "the cause of great distress." A "bane person" is one who "ruins or spoils." Benito is Obama's alter ego, Benito Mussolini, Italian socialist dictator, named for Benito Juarez, Mexican social reformer.Bain vs. Bane is artwork by Dan Youra, editorial cartoonist. Click for souvenirs of Bain vs. Bane.

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