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By TDJames, August 26, 2011 at 9:42 am Link to this comment
That would make for some good art work. I’d buy a mug and poster of a Ron Paul art work by you.
By TDJames, August 26, 2011 at 7:05 am Link to this comment
Ironically, under this there is an advertisement for the 2012 Obama administration.
You should do an art work of Ron Paul. You could emphasize his support for civil liberties (no matter what religion), for due process for suspected terrorists, for closing of G’tmo (as well as US bases around the world), and for wiki-leaks; his disdain for the drug war, for war-propaganda, and for corporatism.
You could emphasize the significance of leftist support for this guy (seriously, when is the last time we actually had a chance to vote for a genuine anti-war, anti-imperialist, anti-crony-capitalist president that realistically had a chance?).
Economics aside, this guy is practically the embodiment of leftist beliefs.
Or you could caricaturize the media’s apparent disdain for this guy; not just the mainstream media either.