I didn't post the latest in the anti-O'bama pro-Republican art that had been appearing around LA. So, I'll cover it now, since it's sort of becoming a cool thing.
In this earlier article:
Cruz has been assailed by the left for being a big bully from the very beginning so much so that Jon Gabriel of Ricochet imagined what ‘bad boy’ Cruz might have been doing to deserve the critique:
Cruz bumped Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) in the hallway, pointed and said “what’s that on your tie?” When Udall looked down Cruz flipped up his hand, batting him in the face. As Udall arrived at the Senate cafeteria, he noticed his lunch money was gone.
Ted Cruz regularly sits on the hood of his Camaro in the Senate parking lot, with a toothpick in his mouth, waiting for the Senate Women’s Caucus to let out.
When Sen. John McCain asked Cruz what he was filibustering against, Cruz replied “whaddya got?”
Suspect fitting Cruz’s description drove slowly by the White House, clinking three empty beer bottles stuck to his fingers and taunting, “Obaaaamaaa! Come out to play-ee-yay!”
Spends all Republican caucus meetings slowly rocking his back-row chair, chewing gum and cracking wise.
Anonymous complaint filed with the Senate Ethics Committee alleged a certain Texas senator “only refers to Hawaii Sen. Schatz by the present-tense version of his name.”
The latest, the idea is spreading since the sincerest form of flattery is imitation:
Apparently Sabo’s art has inspired others to pay their own form of tribute to the GOP’s bad boy. This work of art popped up on YouTube just this morning and features Cruz photoshopped onto some of the most iconic pictures of decades past. Could this be the beginning of one of the most effective (or infective, as it were) political campaigns in recent years?
Enjoy “Cruz Against the Machine” from GhostArmyDispatches.