Rebel or Artist? Meet the anonymous man driving the left crazy in Los Angeles

Glenn has been talking about the vital importance of conservative voices infiltrating the liberal-dominated cultural landscape for quite some time. On Monday’s Glenn Beck Program, Glenn spoke to one man who has taken that message to heart – Los Angeles-based artist SABO. SABO has been creating conservative art for more than a decade now, but it was in the last few years that SABO began plastering his controversial posters all around LA. Because his work is illegal, SABO’s face was not shown during the interview and his real name was not used.

To begin, Glenn asked SABO to run through some of his most iconic works. From a poster of a tattooed, smoking Ted Cruz to the ‘Abortion Barbie’ poster featuring Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis.

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“Ted Cruz, you know, that was a fluke,” SABO said. “He was coming into town, and what I knew about Ted Cruz visually was a little boring, but the way he acts is kind of bold. And I’d seen a poster of Marilyn Monroe with tattoos all over, and I said you know what, I’m going to try to do that. I did that for him.”

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While SABO said the Cruz poster received a “lukewarm response,” the Senator has been photographed autographing the image. He did point out, however, the one glaring problem with the poster – the cigarette in his mouth. Cruz is not a smoker.

SABO and Glenn moved the interview to Glenn’s office where the artist opened up about his frustrations with the current culture.

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“It’s like, the Republicans, you dare not say anything without fear of getting hit over the head,” he said. “I live in Los Angeles, and I know my share of Republican…They have their Ferraris, their Aston Martins, their Bentleys. They bitch, moan, and complain about the state of politics. And my thought is man, if I only had one night of the money that you spend on hookers and booze, I could change the narrative at least a little bit. And it’s like, and they never do. You know, they’ll never donate.”

Glenn asked SABO, a former Marine, if he is concerned about being arrested. While he has no desire to be arrested, he understands what he does is illegal.

“What I do is illegal,” he said. “But at 46 years old, I have a little bit of bark on me.”

Ultimately, Glenn asked SABO what advice he has for young people looking for a creative outlet.

“When you’re young, and you decide you want to be a creative, you’re almost indoctrinated into the belief that you have to be a liberal or a progressive… They own the narrative. They own Hollywood. They own the education system,” SABO concluded. “Anything that reaches your eyes, ears, or heart is coming from the left. That’s why the Republicans have no creative people to push their message. And the thing is we have a great message, we just don’t have anyone to tell it because they’ve all been indoctrinated to the left.”

You can learn more about SABO’s work HERE.

  • Jeff Lambeau

    None of this stuff is even thought provoking… it’s just empty mocking. This guy is a poor man’s Banksy. Basically a Banksy wannabe.

  • http://StephenPerkins.me/ Stephen Perkins

    Although a lot of his work is provocative, it may very well be needed. Like Glenn was eluding to – the artists that should be standing up aren’t. This guy is!

  • JOHN HUSS

    This will pan out the same way as their ‘comedy’ attempts…pathetic, desperate and completely ineffective

  • landofaahs

    It’s not art to me. Art to me is something uplifting. Others have a broader view and I understand that but to me most art that tries to push agenda’s is just political rhetoric. Frankly, this is just boring to me.

  • ScaryLogic

    Art is definitely not as narrow as you are viewing it.

  • independent thinker

    If art did not occasionally push agendas we would not have most of the great art masters.

  • JOHN HUSS

    You gotta give Glenn Beck credit for finally seeming a little interested in talking to one of his guests. You couldn’t wipe that goofy smile off his face no matter how hard you tried.
    Good thing they only shot him from the waist up.

  • landofaahs

    The old Masters with pastoral scenes? What was the political agenda there? Rembrandt? Some of the old Maters did a few nudes but that was not some envelope pushing thing. But Art like beauty is in the eye of the beholder and you are entitled to your opinion as am I.

  • landofaahs

    You have a right to your opinion as do I. Art like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  • Candy Ohara

    “Because he’s black…and he’s a democrat.”

  • Brin

    Liberals can’t stand that the “other side” has had enough of their lies, BS, hypocrisy, etc. Look for more of this libs!

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/chuckburns4usa cburns4vta

    You may not like his work and you may love it but this area of our culture has been owned by the left, they where rebels. I know that we aren’t going to win the conversation with posters but what this man does is important. For to long we have lost ground to the political left, letting them be the predominant voice in that are of our culture. We have to start taking back the culture piece by piece, we can’t let the progressives be the only voice in any room it is time they start ceding ground. Anyone who wants to step into one of those rooms we long ago vacated and set up shop should be encouraged. But I see people below criticizing and judging it’s like you listen to Glenn and don’t hear a thing. You may not exactly like his art but on politics, freedom, and principle we agree. Look for what you have in common and build on that instead of focusing on what divides us.

  • Ben Z

    Art is uplifting? Do you hear your self? Art is expression of any feeling, emotion, or belief. I’m not even an artist but I know that. Come down out of the clouds man!

  • Red

    Why so angry then?

    … Hmm.

  • Jero

    It doesn’t really look like Banksy’s stuff at all.

  • Anonymous

    All art has some type of message. Whether it is personal, faith based or politically based they all come from an inner passion and perception of the artist. From the type of painting such as oil, water color and penciled to the landscape of the background or foreground, all art tries to capture the beholder. Opinions will vary as well as feelings, but that is the mission of the artist.

  • Todd Clemmer

    Lets see a picture of you big guy.

  • Anonymous

    Sabo isn’t just doing something illegal and pushing his agenda with his posters everywhere in town(say what you will about Progressives but any extremist art they do is in museums where people have to pay to see it. Any other time it’s shown is if it’s on the news. The stuff isn’t glaring from a flat surface out in public) he is also making sure his taxes go through the roof. Teams of sanitation workers have to do what it takes to get the trash off of those surfaces. It takes money to get that done. Also, his “art” turns wherever it’s put up into looking trashy. Which bothers both Progressives and Conservatives alike. Does Glenn have an inner litterbug? Used to be he showed pictures of trash alongside pictures of clean and asked which one we all liked better. His interviewing Sabo is like saying people can trash the World War veterans memorial place in Washington D.C. ,the way the Union Rally people did, if the message is correct. Instead of looking like trash it’ll be modern art instead.

  • Red

    Art is many things and good art often comes from a place that is under represented in it’s time. That is why art has always been so thought provoking.

  • Anonymous

    Pretty soon this man, a man of color, will be criticized and called a whole bunch of names. It’s only a matter of time. I salute this artist and his bravery for speaking the truth.

  • Todd Clemmer

    Coming from you means it’s very effective.

  • Ben Z

    Your opinion seems to be if you don’t like it, its not art. And that’s just silly. We as a people need to be more open than that. A movie is still art if you like it or not and the same is true here.

  • Dawn Gemmill

    Art is meant to evoke emotions….that is what this guy is doing. He is provoking a conversation about things that make most people uncomfortable. If we can’t talk about those things then we are already finished.

  • snaggles magoo

    nobody is attacking you or your opinion. you may not know this but many of the old masters included political satire in their work. faces of politicians on demons bodies or satyr bodies or in hell scenes. michelangelo, raphael, caravaggio all did political and religious satire in their work. caravaggio committed blasphemy when he made ordinary people into religious figures from biblical scenes. there are too many examples to list. go back and read an art history book about the renaissance.

  • http://kohlrak.sytes.net Shane Tyler Yorks

    Profound things are not thought provoking to those who are not smart enough to understand the challenge.

  • http://www.fayenicolehines.com/ Faye

    Well… the way he disassociates himself with Israel and backs the Muslim Brotherhood I would say the spirit of Hitler- oops Karl Marx is in operation.

  • Red

    They are standing up. They just don’t get the media coverage because they are not part of the establishment.

    SABO even said he’s been doing this for 14 years, but I’d say that many people that just watched this video haven’t heard of him until now. There’s way more people out there that share conservative viewpoints than we are led to believe.

  • MAA Oregon

    That’s the beauty of art, its personal. What YOU think is art may be boring to others.

  • MAA Oregon

    Wow, way to look at the truly important aspect of all this.

  • MAA Oregon

    Hello troll.

  • Anonymous

    sanitation workers very rarely take posters down. you must not live in any major city. I’ve been to just about ever major city in the US and it’s al the same posters and flyers every where.

  • Anonymous

    Have you been to LA? There are posters plastered all over town for performances by groups that stopped playing years ago. They never clean it up or take anything down, so any arguments that he is costing the city money or “trashing” the city are both empty and transparent for what they really are- an attack on ideas that you don’t agree with. I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the buildings in LA are only standing because of the layers of paper and glue holding them together.

  • Rob

    I bet you have a Che t-shirt, that is art right?

  • Vienta76

    Of course it isn’t Jeff, you need Obama portrayed as Jesus Christ in a poster for it to be thought provoking, don’t you? LMAO

  • Anonymous

    Allen West and Ben Carson are black on both sides of the family tree, and they receive full support from conservatives, therefore your racist implication is invalid. The fact that the Democratic Party has been co-opted by the marxist student radicals of the 1960s has turned it into a party that FDR, Truman, and JFK would find repugnant, well, I’ll give you that one. Their ideas, not their skin is what offends conservatives. People like you have turned the term “racist” into a complement. It no longer implies a shallow hatred based on color. The only meaning it conveys now is that the liberal in the discussion has run out of legitimate arguments and is left to lash out irrationally with insults. It doesn’t work anymore.

  • Rob

    And all the racist troll libturds come out to put down another black man that refuses to be forced into slavery by the democratic plantation.

  • Vienta76

    Do we live on the same planet? I don’t think we do fawn….how’s the weather?

  • Vienta76

    You need a lesson in history…badly. I’m telling you, the truth will blow your mind!! Oh, wait, truth isn’t really high up on the priority list for “democrats” is it? Ah well, but it is good to know.

  • Anonymous

    Ideas that I don’t agree with? You mean like trash and litter and non-artistic art? Nope, you’re right, I don’t agree with that.

  • Anonymous

    I live in Chicago. There are some signs for garage sales and stuff but they are small enough to not look trashy plus they get taken down after the sale is over. Any other posters for events are in shop windows. Not outdoors. I think we have a litter ordinance or something.

  • Anonymous

    I like clean, don’t you? If there has to be a political statement he could hide it in murals or something. There is plenty of outdoor art but it is actual art not the stuff he does.

  • Anonymous

    It IS important. Doesn’t matter what the words and pictures are if people insist on sending messages about what where they live looks like.

  • Duddioman

    Dear God. Do you ever go downtown? Poster art is everywhere. The Cosmo in Las Vegas even decorated it’s entry elevator lobby with a mural depicting LA street art that has become iconic over the last three decades.

    Here’s a clue for you: there are no ‘teams of sanitation workers’ doing anything to remove the poster art. Most of the art is on abandoned buildings or construction fences. Plus Sabo’s Obama posters made the mailboxes look much nicer than the cracked and fading paint combined with graffiti.

    Your planet must be a much nicer, gated, and HOA regulated one. How nice for you.

  • Robin Burns

    Banality of Evil. ( Hannah Arendt )That is what he (SABO) is speaking of in the second video, he isn’t the only one who has noticed this. The striking similarities between Hitlers followers and this current presidents followers. And he is right, do damn right and I wish people would educate themselves and be aware!

  • JOHN HUSS

    Hey man, seriously. I’m not talking smack. If you watch that again you’ll see what I mean.

    Or is “Lets see a picture of you big guy.’ code for something?

  • WVmom

    I love the VA take a number poster! That’s great!

  • Cynthia Caserta Ventura

    Ever hear of Picasso….hmmm?

  • Deena Poulsen

    Iam so proud of this man for doing SOMETHING , instead of nothing and just complaining about it, like most of us do…..I wish I had the courage to do SOMETHING and be able to make a difference

  • landofaahs

    Have you ever seen bad art?

  • landofaahs

    That’s your definition. I just disagree. Why does that upset you so? I don’t consider it art if it makes me angry or if it’s depressing. I only consider it art for me if it is uplifting. What is so wrong about that? If you consider it art, then for you it is art. Call it what you will but I think there is a difference between art and trash and each of us may have a different opinion on it. It’s sad you are so intolerant as to not allow others a difference of opinion.

  • landofaahs

    So if someone paints a picture portraying the hanging of blacks as a good thing, it is considered art to you? It certainly evokes emotion but I would not call it art but trash. So if we can’t agree on that then you are correct, we are finished.

  • landofaahs

    Would you call Nazi propaganda art?

  • Anonymous

    So just because ugly is everywhere that makes it okay to put “correct message” litter on top of it? Maybe there aren’t teams of workers cleaning or taking things down but thew has to be a reason why what gets put up is taken down if it’s not aesthetic. I haven’t been to downtown Chicago for awhile but I doubt the people who live down there and on the the near North side would stand for their neighborhoods being messed up. Maybe poster art is more prevalent in places where rents are lower and there actually are abandoned buildings around. Ugly.begets ugly and abandoned boarded up buildings are eyesore.Haven’t been in low maintenance neighborhoods for quite awhile either as I tend to stay out of where people take their life in their hands if they go to the wrong neighborhoods. Yeah, there is a lot of Mural art around but that’s different from just slapping a poster any old where.

  • landofaahs

    So you would be fine if someone painted a picture portraying hanging homosexuals or blacks as a good thing to be art? Not me. Sorry I just don’t agree and tolerant people should be allowed to disagree.

  • landofaahs

    By that definition everything is art and art is everything.

  • landofaahs

    Che was a filthy communist murderer. I guess you could say a che t-shirt art crap.

  • Duddioman

    That’s the reason I’m thankful that you are not the arbiter of what is art, or of what is appropriate. Your snobbishness and arrogance reveals how petty you are.

    No one’s posting on your house, yet you act as if this art form is not a time-honored tradition in communities like LA and NY. Ugly? Take a look inside yourself, kid. Then maybe you’ll see the ugly….

  • landofaahs

    In your opinion.

  • landofaahs

    Everything is thought provoking. Our conversation right now is thought provoking but I would not call it art but just conversation.

  • landofaahs

    I wouldn’t let that crap hang on my walls. It’s only value to me would be if I could make money off of it by selling it to somebody else.

  • Red

    You can call our conversation whatever you want it makes no difference to me, but personally I call it a waste of time.

    Good/Bad art is completely based on one’s own perceptions and regardless of your opinion that doesn’t mean it’s not art.

    Art is a form of expression and beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this man, SABO, is EXPRESSING himself through his works!

  • Red

    You clearly haven’t seen much art…

  • Roadster73

    Could I see an image of Obama in a jar of urine? It’s freedom of speech!

  • Cynthia Caserta Ventura

    You just proved my point

  • landofaahs

    Not much produced lately. You can paint your walls white but that doesn’t make it art in my opinion.

  • ScaryLogic

    Yes, an extreme, isolated example disproves the very definition of art.

  • ScaryLogic

    No, by definition.

    You can have the opinion of that you don’t like a particular piece, but to say it “isn’t art” by that same qualifier is totally incorrect by anyone’s standards.

  • landofaahs

    Give me an exact definition of the word art and then tell me who decided on it’s definition. If you cannot adequately answer the question then my definition is just as valid as yours.

  • landofaahs

    What point? I can buy a used car and sell it for a profit but that doesn’t mean it’s art. Painting my walls white would not be considered art would it? After all it could provoke a response from others such as “Why did he paint the walls that color or pigment”.

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t know poster art is a time honored tradition in New York and LA. Maybe to you guys it’s just normal. In that case Glenn was doing what New Yorkers always do by honoring a street artist. Photography, murals and modern sculpture is normal around here. Every place probably has its own pop art. To you maybe a lot of what is good architecture and art here might be worthless. Chicago residents are currently involved in trying to get Donald Trump to make the name on his tower smaller. What might go in New York doesn’t fly here the the Marilyn Monroe statue and Picasso sculpture outside City Hall notwithstanding.

  • Diane

    I didn’t listen to the video so I apologize if this answer is in there…but I’m wondering why his work is illegal?

  • Ben Z

    Your opinion that it is not uplifting is not upsetting to me. I am not upset at all I am concerned. Concerned that you are defining it to be art by your opinion. Art “is” by definition: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/art. Imagine if society or a large group of it decided country music was not art or music because they didn’t like it or what it stood for. They would be robbing others of their freedom of expression. It is the same thought process that lead to such horrific treatment of humanity. Most recently in history the idea that someone “is not” a person because they are Jewish, Black or Gay. I by no means feel you believe that. But, the thought process or perspective is a dangerous way to live. What else could one come to believe “isn’t” because of an opinion? As long as no one was harmed in the process we live in a country that affords others the right to express themselves. No matter how distasteful. Contrary to popular belief (which is the intent of this discussion on “politically correct”) because all are afforded that right we have the assumed right to be offended and move on or express in our own way. Not to oppress others of their right to keep us from being offended. Once again, you nor your opinion upset me. Nor do I believe it is your intent to oppress. However, the underlying perspective is running rampid in this country and gives me great cause for concern.

  • Chris

    “The truth will set you free…but first it will piss you off.”

  • Flex Rockhard

    If it didn’t provoke, you wouldn’t even bother commenting here. Thanks for being blind to irony.

  • Red

    Tons of art exists that is political satire, or highlights injustices within society.

    If you want the last word you may have it. I really couldn’t care less. Sorry, but I don’t feed trolls. You’re not going to get the reaction out of me that you’re desperately looking for.

  • Red

    You’re not going to get the reaction out of me that you are looking for, or dictate to me what to say. Also the absence of proof is not in and of itself proof (as you are suggesting).

    We are all adults here and I’m assuming we all know how to use a dictionary. I have already explained myself adequately and if you’re unable to understand my point then I suggest you re-read, since I don’t feed trolls. If you desperately want the last word you may have it. I really couldn’t care less.

  • Jeff Lambeau

    I never said it wasn’t provoking… I said it wasn’t THOUGHT provoking. It certainly provoked boredom.

  • mrkelso

    Actually, there was a huge amount of politics in art movements. The most
    important was the shift of subject from Classical subjects to
    depictions of real life and the common man. Western art spent hundreds
    of years trapped in depictions of Venus
    Rising, Bibical imagery and portraits of those rich enough to commission
    it. Van Gogh’s “The Potato Eaters”, for example, was considered quite
    radical. Courbet, Millet… subject can be, has been and still is,
    political.

  • Ben Z

    Who decided that an apple is an apple, that fruit is fruit, that good is good and evil is evil? Is it football or is it soccer? Would you stop with the semantics? You are welcome to an opinion of what “is Art” to you. But, to you and you alone. Because it by definition “your opinion”. Or may I define if it is “your opinion” to me? After all an opinion is just an expression.

  • landofaahs

    If you don’t feed trolls then you don’t pay taxes.

  • landofaahs

    Art is subjective. I don’t consider trash art. But ones man’s trash is another man’s treasure so they say. But why can’t we just disagree and be friendly about it? Maybe because some people use what they call art to push their politics.

  • landofaahs

    So the people I seem to be pissing off is truth?

  • landofaahs

    Something can be called free political speech but that does not make it art. But if it’s art to you then that’s fine. But that just doesn’t mean I have to agree.
    But according to your definition, my “perspective” is art because it causes you concern and makes you think.

  • landofaahs

    Anyone can call anything art then.

  • landofaahs

    By Webster’s definition, anything could be classified as art. And if anything can be art, then my definition is just as valid as anyone else’s. I don’t want the last word, I’ll let you have the last word by not responding to you anymore because I don’t really care about your opinions or what you think of mine. I just stated what I believe and allow others to agree or disagree. It really shouldn’t be that big of a deal but I guess everything is politicized these days. Have a great and artful day.

  • ScaryLogic

    That’s true, but it’s still art.

  • landofaahs

    An apple is an apple because it is restrictively defined scientifically determinable. Art is not. And thank you for allowing me my opinion, it’s so generous of you. I guess that is described as expressionist art today. But you are getting closer to the point. There is evil and good but I’m sure we would disagree on what is good and what is evil.

  • Ben Z

    I think you have read to many posts and may be running around making similar comments to everything. I’m not even really sure by your response that you read what I said. I am not defining Art here. My point was that Art has been defined and that your way of thinking is dangerous. Which is both my opinion and historically factual. I wish you had it in you to stop arguing for a moment and actually contemplate what has been said. Even if you still disagree.

    The awesome part is….God still loves us All. Be blessed my friend.

  • Anonymous

    Rembrandt’s work is LOADED with symbolism and commentary. Do some research, there are many excellent books available which discuss the symbolism in art–political, religious, and social. You will probably be amazed to find out how often an artist took a dig at the rich and powerful or some other aspect of society in a work which we now think of as just a nice painting.

  • Darlinda Hamill

    Why is his work illegal. All I could glean from this is he puts up posters of his art. So what? There are all kinds of posters all over. Does he also do graffiti?

  • OpenMinded

    The only item I could see is the poster on the mailbox. It is considered defacing federal property.

  • Ben Z

    Putting up posters on private property with out permission is illegal. And that would be the only aspect aside from the mail boxes. That being said enforcement is another issue. Do you really want to ticket or arrest everyone in NYC that puts up a flyer on a wall or on a telephone pole in Portland, OR? Here is a pic I took in Portland, OR of a telephone pole. I’ve from the Midwest while I was familiar with the idea. I had never seen it before. Certainly not to the extent that this one is covered either. It was at least an inch thick.

  • SOS

    The artist is amazing! I love the Ted Cruz poster at the BH hotel… isn’t that hotel owned by the sultan who is so against freedom and smoking? Doesn’t matter, it’s still bold, powerful, strong and courageous. Everything our patriots stand for or stood for at one time. Oh to have America back!

  • marymuffet

    Well then sign off. Your boring too

  • Stephan Wallace

    I don’t understand how this guy’s work is illegal? Since when is doing art illegal? Is it because it doesn’t agree with the Liberal/Democratic way of thinking, saying or doing?

  • Aladine Vargas

    Zechariah 1: 20 Then the LORD showed me four craftsmen ( ARTISTS ). 21 I
    said, “What are these coming to do?” And he said, “These are the horns
    which have scattered ( oppressed ) Judah so that no man lifts up his head; but these craftsmen have come to terrify them, to throw down ( cut / saw off ) the horns of the nations who have lifted up their horns against the land of Judah in
    order to scatter it.”

    Our God – the creator of creation, uses the Artist-Leader and the Poet-Warriors to free nations from being oppressed.

    Abraham ( King / Patriarch and most likely learned woodworking from his father the idol maker. )
    Joseph ( Prince and dreamer and architect )
    Moses ( Prince, Leader and woodworker / artisan / carpenter. )
    David ( Poet, warrior and King )
    Jesus ( King and woodworker / artisan / carpenter )

    All of them were used by God to free and migrate people into God’s will. All of them saw the power of God free and doom nations.

  • Anonymous

    SABO is a HERO!

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  • landofaahs

    You can call comic strips art if you like but I wouldn’t.

  • landofaahs

    Once again, it is a comic strip and I don’t consider it art but political opinion.

  • landofaahs

    No it’s not, it art crap and thou art wrong. ) In my opinion.

  • landofaahs

    You mean like Joseph Goebbels?

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    What comic strips?

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    That isn’t a comic strip. It is art satire.

  • landofaahs

    Politics is politics and art is art to me and the twain shall not meet. In my opinion. If it does not then Goebbels and Hitler would be called artists.

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  • landofaahs

    Oh I see anyone who disagrees with your opinion is dangerous. Well I would say anyone who thinks what Goebbels and Hitler did is art is dangerous. I would still like to know if you think someone painting pictures extoling the virtues of hanging blacks and homosexuals is art? I would not. I would call it what it is, trash.

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    Land, when you are so adamantly intolerant of others opinions, how can you realistically expect them to be tolerant of yours?

  • Reliquary

    In answer to your last question, YES! If your SABO and point out the hypocrisy of the left, you are a criminal. But if you put a crucifix in a jar of urine, your an artist. It is exemplifying the state we live in is it not?

  • independent thinker

    Goebbels was an art thief not an artist.

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    Land, you must get out more often ;-)

  • landofaahs

    Okay. You have all convinced me. I pondered it over and realize that guns are also art. The original was fashioned by an artist and copies made of the original. Now we should never restrict anyone from selling their art or regulating it. I thank you for your patience. Now see how open minded and tolerant I am.

  • landofaahs

    Goebbels put together propaganda programs to move the emotions of the audience and to shape political opinion. The very definition you claim is art. It’s just bad art. But like I have just posted. You people have convinced me of what art is. Guns are art. The original is made by an artist and copies made and sold to those who like it. So we should never restrict the sale of art. Now is that not an example of open mindedness and tolerance?

  • Thomas Aquinas

    Patriots: Defend liberty from the ideological highwaymen in our midst: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0094KY878

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    That was just plain stupid.

  • landofaahs

    No it’s not. You must not know what it takes to create a new gun. Each part must be designed and fashioned by hand to create a functioning piece of art. After the original is made, prints or copies of it can be made and people even display them on their walls to admire just like a painting. Frankly, I set you up and you folks were dumb enough to step in the trap. Government should not regulate art, whether guns or paintings. Gottcha. LOL

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    Again, that was just plain stupid, and no one stepped into your ‘trap’. You are trying to mix apples (art) and oranges (tools) and trying to carry it to the absurd. Lets go another step in your direction – cars are a work of art. The government regulates them (fuel efficiency, safety features, etc.) Atomic missiles – another ‘work of art’ … don’t need to say anything there do we?

  • Elle Allonz

    Hello, I understand that he wishes to remain anonymous but I would like to contact him somehow. I am starting a cause, looking for members to join me, that involves posting of conservative values in unlikely places, like gossip websites. I am also seeking Public Relations people to help me be design our campaigns. I would love to promote this man’s art as part of our efforts and perhaps gain some of his wisdom about how to ‘infiltrate.’ Can anyone think of how I might reach out to him? Can we post our email addresses here? I need a lot of help – obviously. :)