Jeb Bush poses in front of green screen, launching amazing Photoshop war

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Did Jeb Bush's campaign know what they were doing when they tweeted this photo from a campaign stop at an Iowa TV station's studio?

Did they know that this basically meant anyone with a copy of Photoshop or GIMP could now magic wand the Republican presidential candidate into any setting imaginable?

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It doesn't really matter if they knew. This is a bell that cannot be unrung, with Reddit's PhotoshopBattles subreddit leading the charge.

This is currently the top-ranked submission in the thread, continuing our fascination with presidential candidates interacting with tiny versions of themselves.

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The pointing pose definitely inspired a lot of photoshoppers to place Jeb in the place of other famous pointers.

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At some point, the Bush campaign noticed what was going on, and decided to embrace one of the photos that creates a historical comparison they enjoyed.

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Here are some other historical settings created in the thread Jeb did not tweet. I wonder why?

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As I said early, this is sort of easy, as far as photoshop challenges go. So some posters decided to deconstruct the very premise of the assignment.

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Last, but certainly not least, the animated gifs.

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Let this serve as yet another warning: If you're a politician, never hold up a piece of paper, and never pose in front of a green screen.

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