Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Art by the People vs Art for the State

Before I went to DC for the 9/12 March, I was all fired up by the NEA. That would be the Endowment for the Arts, rather than the equally useless National Education Association. The reason, as I pointed out in previous articles, is the move by the NEA to sponsor pro-Obama agenda items.
I've always opposed entitlement programs. However, State Sponsored Art is an affront to my talents as an artist and my principles as an individual. I decided to launch an artistic revolution against the NEA and its participating hacks, sell-outs and parasites. If the government wants to promote propaganda that pushes their agenda, pay for it with tax money and keep it quiet so they can develop "legal language" to 'protect themselves', I'm going to give 'em hell. I don't need to go into the historic significance of such a move, or incite you to anger on this issue. If you're not angry, you're not paying attention, and there's nothing I can do for you.
When I found out I was going on the March, I spent the week and a half I had to prepare making posters for the event. At some future date, you will be able to purchase them as t-shirts and other merchandise. In the mean time, here are some photos from the lawn of the Capitol Building.

This Article is cross-posted at Liberatchik.


Dirk said...

I'm so happy you got to go!! What an awesome experience it must have been. Love the posters! Did you know about the left's march on 9/13 to try to counter the 9/12 march? I posted about it today on my blog along with news videos by Sophia Elena. Stop by if you can! What happened was really funny!

Looking forward to your future posts and photos about it.

About the NEA & the Endowment for the Arts. You're exactly right. These two organizations are about promoting a leftist agenda - nothing more.


machinepolitick said...

I will gladly look at your post. Thanks for keeping track of me. I don't have the time I need to follow everyone else's work, but you may send me links if you wish.
It was a great experience and I have many projects on the way. I'll keep everyone posted.