motherjones:

“The Empowered Man,” by a Utah tea party painter who loves liberty and is not at all making a racial comment.
“There’s something simmering deep inside the soul of all Americans,” the artist says. “We want to know that we’re a free people. That the government acknowledges our individual rights and that fiscal responsibility is an absolute requirement.”
Along with Carhartt jackets and blue jeans.
“Do we have freedom when one half of the country pays taxes to support the other half?” the artist asks.
Maybe he should stick to painting and grumbling to himself about this “other half”. We’ve debunked his statement here, and here, and here, and here.

motherjones:

The Empowered Man,” by a Utah tea party painter who loves liberty and is not at all making a racial comment.

“There’s something simmering deep inside the soul of all Americans,” the artist says. “We want to know that we’re a free people. That the government acknowledges our individual rights and that fiscal responsibility is an absolute requirement.”

Along with Carhartt jackets and blue jeans.

“Do we have freedom when one half of the country pays taxes to support the other half?” the artist asks.

Maybe he should stick to painting and grumbling to himself about this “other half”. We’ve debunked his statement here, and here, and here, and here.


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