Radio talk show host Lars Larson wants to know if you think it’s appropriate to display this anti-American “art” at the tax-funded Portland Airport:
Anti-gun message? Check.
Anti-war zealotry? Check.
Anti-capitalism symbolism? Check.
American flag mockery? Check.
I agree with Lars: This should not hang in a public space.
Michael Moore’s living room? Nancy Pelosi’s beach house? Fine.
But in a publicly-subsidized airport? No. What’s next: A display of the soldier burnt in effigy in Portland earlier this spring? Or how about the flag that was defecated upon by a Portland peacenik at the anti-war rally?
Contact the Portland airport authorities here.
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