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The Obamas' Art Is Worth a Thousand Words
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If Barack Obama’s lack of authority and certitude weren’t costing so many lives, this would be comical.

Among the pieces of “art” that the president and his wife have chosen to adorn their private White House residence is this one entitled “I think I’ll … ” by California artist Ed Ruscha. As the NYTimes captions the painting: “It deals with the subject of indecision:”

Another contemporary work chosen by the Obamas is a word painting by the California artist Ed Ruscha. Called “I Think I’ll … ” it deals with the subject of indecision. The work depicts a brilliant red sunset against which Mr. Ruscha has painted phrases like “Maybe … Yes … ” and “Maybe … No … ” and “On Second Thought.”

(h/t: The Corner)

Crikey. Next, we’ll find out that Obama has one of those Magic 8 balls on his Oval Office desk…

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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