Comments: CafePress selling "Kill Bush" t-shirts

Thank you for the link for the merchandise, which I've some difficulty purchasing elsewhere. Your link made location and purchase easy and quick. Again, thanks.

j.

Posted by j tenenbaum at April 13, 2005 04:49 PM

This is just plain wrong.

Posted by cynthia at April 13, 2005 05:16 PM

If you're mean-spirited and lunkheaded enough to buy it, that's your business.

Posted by Michael at April 13, 2005 05:20 PM

Michael,

I bet j. is an itty-bitty troll who got his 15 seconds of fame by being a wiseacre on your post. He most likely scans conservative sites for hours to get a weak, sad, paltry little remark in.

Sheez, what an existence. You have a great site! keep up the great work!

W.NM.

Posted by W.NM. at April 13, 2005 07:04 PM

questioning the rights of any artist who creates

No one's questioning the artist's right to create whatever he considers art. This is just one of many possible consequences of exercising that right. All of the people interviewed about this by Fox News were all like "Doesn't the secret service having anything better to do?" No it is their job to investigate any possible threat to the President.

It seems like we're being watched.

Yeah, by the people who came to see the exhibit and thought that creating an image of the President with a gun pointed at his head was a bit dodgey.

Over all what I saw of the imagines on display was pretty unimaginative.

Posted by Samantha at April 13, 2005 08:04 PM

Peace, love, no nukes, save the trees, protect criminals, starve brain damaged women, abort babies, assassinate Presidents...I'm confused

Posted by Michael Gallaugher at April 14, 2005 08:36 AM

As I read the curator's comments, I could imagine ScrappleFace.com showing the curator with a gun held to his head by the Secret Service.

Posted by Neo at April 14, 2005 04:54 PM
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