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Old 03-20-2011, 05:03 AM   #1
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Default Jon McNaughton/Obama Trampled our Constitution.

Our Constitution being trampled on by Obama, through the words and painting of Jon Mc Naughton. It's a 2 1/2 minute narrative which is interesting.


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Old 03-20-2011, 05:25 AM   #2
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Very good Sir!! Jon McNaughton is a very talented artist, I do believe that some of those past POTUS would be patting him on the back. The Founding Fathers on the other hand would probably be organizing for the 2nd revolution!

Thank you for posting this.

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All I want to know is where I can get print of that!

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I was wondering who had created that. I've seen it posted on other forums but didn't know the artist.

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Looks like you can purchase a copy here: McNaughton Fine Art. There is also a neat interactive feature that tells you who each past-President is, what the national debt was at the time of their administration, and a few highlights of their time in office.

Great painting by the way.

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To clarify the post above. If you go to the link above and move your cursor over each President, you get a brief synopsis of their administration to the right.

Thanks Cnynrat for the post and link.

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I like it a lot, but $140 for an unframed print is more than I'm willing to spend. If that's a good price point for him, more power to him.

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I like it a lot, but $140 for an unframed print is more than I'm willing to spend. If that's a good price point for him, more power to him.
Jesus man, you need a god damn hug.

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Jesus man, you need a god damn hug.

Not everything has to be a downer.

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No, I need a new keyboard thanks to that post of yours.

I'm not being down, bud. If it were $40 or $50 or $60, I'd probably get one or two. $140? Meh...I have other things I'd prefer owning.
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No, I need a new keyboard thanks to that post of yours.

I'm not being down, bud. If it were $40 or $50 or $60, I'd probably get one or two. $140? Meh...I have other things I'd prefer owning.
I thought the same thing at first, but on a closer look I found that there are some cheaper versions of the print. You can get a 10" x 15" Litho print for $29 unframed, or $79 for a 16" x 24". The Giclee versions are more expensive, but the Litho versions seem reasonable. Over on the right where the pricing is notice the tabs across the top for the different print types, and then down the left side of that box for the different size prints.

Not the best designed web site perhaps ...
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