So there's this guy who's really popular with folks who hold political opinions mostly in opposition to mine. It's come to my attention (probably late, I know) that he's been waving around images of Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and Benjamin Franklin, à la Shepard Fairey's Obama posters, with the words "Faith," "Hope," and "Charity" appended to each, respectively.
Now, I might quibble with "Hope" for Washington (what about "Courage?") and "Charity" for Franklin (I'm sure Ben would've preferred "Thrift"), but I really take issue with assigning "Faith" to Jefferson. If you don't know why this is both silly and (for a non-faith-inclined person such as myself) irritating, I have two words for you: Jefferson Bible.
So, with a little help from the wonderful open-source image software Inkscape, I fixed it.
Image created by jby.
That's much better. It's on my Flickr, and CC licensed, so download away for all your reason-based uses.