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Controversial Artist Depicts Obama Trampling The Constitution

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CBS
February 4, 2012

In front of the White House a man is sitting on a park bench in the throes of depression. He is surrounded by all 43 presidents. In the forefront, purposefully ignoring the depressed man is President Obama, whose right foot is stepping on the Constitution. James Madison is next to Obama, pleading with him to stop.

Controversial Artist Depicts Obama Trampling The Constitution

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  1. February 5, 2012 at 5:38 PM

    So realistic and lifelike-what a masterpiece!!!what a traitor Barack truly is-and the words “coward in a cheap suit” still echo throughout this land-much the same as “the british are coming!”-people that voted for Obama last time need to wake up-he was not qualified-he never was legal to even run for president-and he is a traitor and criminal-so voting for him may seem legal-but hey-it is immoral and traitorous-Obama is no christian-he is no citizen-he is a thief in the night-a liar,backstabber,cheat,freak,parasite that makes our babies have to carry unjust burdens to make a decent living in the future-how dare this scum still be on our soil!!!

  2. February 6, 2012 at 9:00 AM
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