...you just need Photoshop. Or, in the case of the esteemed Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), just Microsoft Paint.
Now, in case you've grown tired of tire-burning lawyers and haven't been keeping up with developments in the legal world, let me give you the background: polling for the SCBA executive council elections are today, which is particularly interesting since it pits human rights activist Asma Jehangir against the right-wing 'Professional Group.'
But the elections themselves aren't as fascinating as the election poster they've put up on the website (http://www.scbap.org/):
Why does it look familiar?
(1) the red-and-white stripes of the American flag in the top-right corner?
(2) the all-too-familiar and hopeful message of "change"?
(3) the African-American man raising a hand to acknowledge the struggle of lawyers?
(4) The Caucasian dude pointing out the failures of the PPP government?
Now let's look at another picture:
Indeed, sir, change can happen.