You think you do. Right? You think it's a picture of Presidential Candidate Barack Obama not saying the pledge of allegiance. You "know" that's what's happening because, well hey, you got the email. If it was in an email, it must be true, right?
The Washington Post had a good explanation of the picture. First, it is not the pledge of allegiance. It is actually the singing of the national anthem. True, there is an obscure section of US Code that says that people should cover their hearts when the national anthem is sung; many people don't. And the section of code also says in that same place that people should face the flag during the national anthem - but no one in the picture is doing that...
The reason that this is the only picture you have seen as evidence of Obama's "lack" of patriotism is that this is the only picture there is. You'd think after years in public life and time in the Senate there'd be more evidence. There's not.
There are plenty of pictures of Obama with his hand over his heart, saying the pledge. But NewBusters and the people who come up with those viral emails are planning to tell you about them because they're not really interesting in truth.
You can see some of those photos at the Washington Post site.
ABC News also has a blog post on the Obama pledge issue.