In front of the White House a man is sitting on a park bench in the throes of depression. He is surrounded by all 43 presidents. In the forefront, purposefully ignoring the depressed man is President Obama, whose right foot is stepping on the Constitution. James Madison is next to Obama, pleading with him to stop.The headline of the article is "Controversial Artist Depicts Obama Trampling The Constitution". As soon as I saw this, I figured the left blogosphere would be all up in arms, so in anticipation, I thought I'd go ahead and make their argument for them.
This tableau is called “The Forgotten Man”, a painting by Jon McNaughton, an artist who is known for his politically-charged work.
Depicting a sitting president in this manner is wrong, wrong, wrong.
This is okay though. (Really, read the comments.)
And this. (I wonder what the artist thinks now that bin Laden is dead by President Obama's order?)
And this. (A poor effort by the standards of the medium, actually.)
And this. (Points deducted for the duplication of theme.)
And of course, we shouldn't forget the amateur artists out there, just doing their thing.