A political cartoonist is turning to crowd funding to help distribute prints of an oil painting depicting an epic face-off between George Washington and Barack Obama.
Nate Davidson shared the painting, “Exit Interview,” on Kickstarter, a crowd funding platform for artists, musician and filmmakers. The artwork depicts a surly, arrogant President Obama sitting across Washington, who is conducting an exit interview.
“My painting ‘Exit Interview’ may always be relevant because the damage done by Obama will be felt for years, and be very difficult, if not impossible to recover from,” Davidson wrote on the page. “Unless we return to the constitutional beginnings that George Washington and other inspired men founded our country on, I fear very hard times are in our future.”
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