Well, not quite here, but we do have a case study in juxtaposition courtesy of ABC News which Leni Riefenstahl would be proud of. Here, we see President Obama placed alongside Pope John Paul II on Nightline: Watch the segment here http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerindex?id=8544191. Don't worry about the stuff leading up to it, just pay attention once they start talking about the Pope.
Juxtaposition 101: Juxtaposition is simply the placing of items in proximity for comparison, either for similarities or differences. Since similarities and differences can be found between most anything, the technique allows the audience to be led, especially when comparisons are made within a contrained timeframe. Thus, one can, by juxtaposing certain items, create a connection which doesn't exist in any meaningful way. The connection is given meaning merely by preventing any deeper examination. In rhetoric, one creates false analogies, in film, one sequences unrelated images. The Nightline segment closes by remarking that even Pope John Paul II had to deal with hecklers, but he chose to turn the other cheek. And so did President Obama to Joe Wilson. Subtle, no? Riefenstahl was a master of this, which is why she's still studied today, in spite of her role in the Third Reich.
P.S. If someone with some tech savvy can get this on YouTube, it would be much appreciated. I wonder how long this video will be archived if it begins to draw criticism.