Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Let Me See Your Papers! (Preferably 2-Ply Vellum) 

XSCCM107You'll get my art when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.

The Secret Service, no doubt looking for something to occupy its times, turns up at an art show at Columbia College, considers the exhibits, and offers a critique.
"The agents turned up Thursday evening, just before the public opening of "Axis of Evil, the Secret History of Sin," and took pictures of some of the art pieces -- including "Patriot Act," showing President Bush on a mock 37-cent stamp with a revolver pointed at his head.
The agents asked what the artists meant by their work and wanted museum director CarolAnn Brown to turn over the names and phone numbers of all the artists. They wanted to hear from the exhibit's curator, Michael Hernandez deLuna, within 24 hours, she said."
The Secret service's response? "We're just doing some looking into it."
The Secret Service is the branch of the Treasury Department best known for its support of the arts and frequent forays into the gallery world. Besides being foremost among art appreciators in the Bush administration, they are also avid museum fans, and often join the president himself in contemplative visits to the American Wing of the Smithsonian.

This is what we've come to expect from this brainless government.

Where else are you going to find terrorists except right under your nose, making joke art about Bush, advertising and inviting the public to see it?

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