I thought it would be interesting to look at an image and evaluate the arguments being made. This cartoon has to do with the recent contraceptive mandate that has sparked debate. This is a clear example of Kiaros because without the recent news this image wouldn't mean much. The artist uses Obama's name and logo in the image to use his ethos to draw the reader in, and make a clear connection. It says, "Effectively Prevents: Unwanted Pregnancies, Sexual Diseases, Catholic Votes." If you are familiar with the mandate you can understand how this is accurate. The Catholic communities are not happy to have to supply birth control to their employees because it is against their religion. The other side argues that a women should be given the same health care regardless of whom she is employed by.
I get the feeling that this artists stands in support of the mandate because he writes that this would effectively prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexual diseases. This could be a use of pathos, or a draw on emotions because both have negative images in our society. The way he presents that the Catholic Votes would be prevented even though the two other negative things would be, leads me to believe that he thinks it is illogical that they would not stand in support of this mandate.