In celebration of Obama’s first 100 days, artist Michael D’Antuono, had planned to unveil his masterpiece, The Truth, at Union Square today. Thankfully, D’Antuono, going against leftist dogma, displayed some decency and decided to not unveil his work. Read his open letter HERE.
For the record, I am a firm believer that every milestone deserves a good painting or slogan, and the first hundred days of a socialist dictator’s reign of terror is no exception. So, in an effort to fill the void left by D’Antuono’s decision to spare the country a year’s worth of night terrors, I offer this to the American people:
O.K., so it’s not a painting by some trendy New York artist, but you have to admit, it would make for a pretty sweet banner hanging in Union Station (or a bumper sticker on your car).
The title of this piece, by the way, is Public Service Announcement.