Nude Protesters Storm Speaker Boehner's Office
|"Nudes Besieging the Speaker" by Marcel Duchamp?|
Act Up is acting up again.
Should this be regarded as acceptable behavior in light of the First Amendment? How do you imagine the Founding Father's would have reacted to such an event? Lincoln? TR? Wilson? Coolidge? Hoover? FDR? Eisenhower? Reagan?
What does his say to you? Is it tragic? Is it comical? Is it inconsequential –– a mere exhibition of childish nonsense? Or, does it indicate advanced sociopathic behavior that threatens to bring society down around our ears?
And don't you love the hypocrisy of the media? They refuse to allow us to see precisely what poor John Boehner was subjected to, hence the electronically manipulated "cubistic" approach to imagery –– and the satirical reference to Marcel Duchamp in the caption for those of you in Rio Linda.
Apparently, we live in an era where the inmates have taken over the asylum, and guards couldn't be less concerned.
Does this bother you?
|Nude Descending a Staircase|
by Marcel Duchamps (1912)