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Another Victory Over Taxpayer Paid for Obscenity

Another Victory Over Taxpayer Paid for Obscenity

Bear in mind that the liberals love provacative and confrontational methods when it is promoting immorality.

But it condemns Public Advocate when it employs the same methods to promote moral beliefs.

The National Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute has had to withdraw obscene art attacking Jesus Christ during the Chistmas season and WNBC TV news is lamenting the "censorship" with this posting.

NBC does mention the heros:

Catholic League President Bill Donohue told the New York Post that the video "was designed to insult and inflict injury and assault the sensibilities of Christians.

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell said, "This exhibition is a direct assault on Christianity and the timing -- the Christmas season! -- shows how offensive it is intended to be."

House Appropriations Committee member Rep. Jack Kingston, noting that $5.8 million of the gallery's $8 million annual budget came from tax dollars, told Fox News, "If they've got money to squander like this ... then I think we should look at their budget."

Like the destruction of Hornby's "NippleJesus," the axe fell on "A Fire in My Belly" when incoming House Speaker John Boehner and incoming House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said "Hide/Seek" should be closed altogether. A Boehner spokesman said, "Smithsonian officials should either acknowledge the mistake and correct it, or be prepared to face tough scrutiny beginning in January." He later said Boehner wanted the exhibit "cancelled."

The full "report" on how liberals caved when their budget was threatened to be reduced to zero