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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Queer for oil goes too far

As Wonkette reports:

In Florida, a new art exhibit called "Controversy" features 45 works that "generally make some kind of social or political statement." Artist Alfred Phillips' contribution to the show? A portrait of President Bush bent over an oil barrel, on the receiving end of a Saudi prince's vigorous exploratory drilling.

And, joining the hypocrites club is fellow artist Michael Friedman, who entered a piece depicting Pope Benedict XVI with several swastikas in the background, yet felt fit to criticize the anti-oil dependecy artistic statement on the grounds that it was "offensive and tasteless".

Clearly, he's just not a big fan of anal play, unlike Neal Horsley or David Hager.

But hey, art is art. He should be thankful at least it's not a nude portrait of Dick Cheney.

2 Comments:

  • At 7:09 PM, Blogger Joe said…

    A portrait of President Bush bent over an oil barrel, on the receiving end of a Saudi prince's vigorous exploratory drilling

    Wow, that's quite an image... And the links to the Hager story is doubtlessly interesting. When will the MSM start talking about this perverted moralist?

     
  • At 8:03 PM, Blogger Boinkette said…

    The Horsley and Hager links were just links back to my original posts on them, in case anyone has recently started reading my blog and didn't know who they were. But the MSM (I try not to use that term, because so many Republicans use it, but SCLM or RWCM just confuse people) definitely needs to be bringing this kind of story to the light. If they're still obsessing over Michael Jackson after all these years, why not talk about the Republican perverts too??

     

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