apologies to Shapard Fairey
©2013 Jonathan Wyke
©2013 Jonathan Wyke
Totally agree with this. Obama has failed his own party, and doesnt even remotely represent even the Democratic party anymore. If you were to compare Obama to Clinton, there would be a HUGE contrast in how the two work. The worst thing that happened in Clinton's time was his scandal. I would take that over all the things Obama is getting himself into. Now he thinks he has the right to know all our personal information, its lunacy, and it take the notion that the first amendment is just a out of date right. Rights dont expire, and Obama needs to know that, as well as his supporters.
Dang, botched that last bit of my post. I meant to say that in general, by attacking the need and validity of the first amendment, he has essentially given himself the right to usurp the constitution and bill of rights so that in the name of security, he can "protect" us. No. This is all agenda seeking. Spy, heck ya he is a spy.
Disagree with the message but i'll look into the topic deeper, aside from that the piece itself is nothing short of amazing!
Thanks - There's nothing worse than a liberal who feels he's been betrayed by his own I'm afraid,and that's me. Obama seems to be jumping all over the civil liberties it's taken decades to get. So, the message is from a left winger, who's feeling betrayed by those who were supposed to be our champions. Looking at you Mr Blair and Mr Obama.
I can safely say im leftist and I agree with you in this case after some research.
Shows you the power of the piece of art that you went and did the research and saw that Obama hasn't quite been the liberator we had hoped. Not to say he is all bad, he's done some great things, but he clearly serves a master that isn't us.
What is see is falling below expectations. There has been no "Change" and "Hope". I didn't expect that George W. Bush would understand Due Process of Law because he might not have been in his Constitutional Law class at Yale that day because he was drunk or drugged out on cocaine. I expect more from Obama because he was a Constitutional Law professor at the University of Chicago.