Artist makes Bush portrait from porn magazines


This video from the USA is a ‘Funny Slide Show depicting Bush moments of stupidity and obnoxiousness, as well as a couple of embelished comedy pics of him. Music is “All Things Dull and Ugly” by Monty Python.’

And another video, which used to be on YouTube, was about ‘White House Caught Doctoring “Mission Accomplished” Video.’

From British daily The Guardian:

The Bush Library in America commissioned Jonathan Yeo (British portraitist, very establishment, surprisingly impish face) to do George Junior, then backed out. In umbrage, Yeo then did the portrait anyway, fashioning the face of the Potus from a collage of porn mags.

US Republican sex scandals: here.

The Larry Craig scandal: here.

Larry Craig and Ted Haggard: here.

6 thoughts on “Artist makes Bush portrait from porn magazines

  1. How Gay is the GOP
    Posted by: “Becky Louden” bebecca2298@yahoo.com bebecca2298
    Mon Sep 10, 2007 3:00 am (PST)
    Just How Gay Is The GOP? Sen. Larry ‘Wide Stance’ Craig, just another in a long daisy chain of happy homoevidence
    By Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
    Friday, September 7, 2007

    Just How Gay Is The GOP?

    Here is the sticky, irresistible question, hovering like some sort of perky rainbow-colored cloud over anyone who reads the news or pays attention to the scandals or the nifty bathroom hand signals or the various semen stains covering the pages of the Official GOP Handbook like some sort of wretched, skanky Kandinsky painting: Really, just how many closeted, self-hating, violently repressed “I-am-not-gay” totally gay hypocrites are there in the Republican Party? Or for that matter, in your average born-again Christian megachurch? Or in the U.S. military? Or in (your morally righteous group’s name here)? Ten percent of them? Fifty? A hundred and four?

    Because baby, it just keeps popping up, scandal after scandal, homophobic lawmaker after anti-gay preacher after gay marriage attacker after hooker-loving “family values” adulterer, Bob Allen to Ted Haggard to Jim West to Glenn Murphy Jr. to David “Diaperman” Vitter, so many examples of a militant loudmouthed Christian Republican suddenly caught with his pants down around his boyfriend’s ankles that, after so many headlines, the notion that these cases might be rare or exceptional simply vanishes and you are left only with the undeniable fact that, oh my God, the American right is simply teeming with so much murky, pressure-cooked homoeroticism it might as well be a Young Republicans kegger at Mark Foley’s pink Miami Beach condo.

    Not exactly a revelation, I admit. As you already know and as any D.C. therapist or male prostitute or honest historian will happily remind you, this is the way it’s always been; incidents like Idaho Sen. Larry Craig’s toe-tapping in the tearoom merely reinforce the great Rule of Conservative Hypocrisy — the louder and more self-righteous the indignation over a given “moral” issue, the more sure you can be that the screamer in question is simply oozing with repressed fantasy/lust regarding that very issue — and what’s more, is very likely acting on it, right now, in a fetish dungeon, brothel or bathroom stall near you.

    Same as it ever was? Absolutely.

    Maybe this, then, is the more interesting question: How far back does it go? How deep can you trace it? To the very roots of humanity itself? Indeed, you need no microscope, no copy of “The Agony and the Ecstasy” to see the ocean of homoerotic sexual repression surrounding the very foundations of the conservative fundamentalist worldview, or the church itself, hearkening back to all those early, nasty popes (secretly married, secret adulterers, secret flocks of nubile boys at their disposal).

    You need no “Da Vinci Code” to tell you of the religious right’s eternal repression of the feminine divine, its deep fear of sex, its eternal fascination with the supple flesh of young males. Hell, show me a vociferous anti-sex fundamentalist of any religious or political bent — be he Muslim, Christian, Jew, Mormon, Republican or other — and I’ll show you a slideshow of his secret nighttime fantasies so kinky and dark it would make Jenna Jameson shudder. And not in a good way.

    In this light, Larry Craig is merely carrying on a proud, rather disgusting tradition among the morally rigid and the sexually turgid. He is but one in a long, long line of dangerous, duplicitous cretins who stab madly at the world and work like fervent demons to demean others because they cannot stand their own repulsive reflection in the mirror.

    It’s as if all the pedophilic priests and all the gay evangelists and the hooker-loving, cocaine-snorting family values GOP crusaders really want us to know that there exists no bastion of stiff, sanctimonious “moral” values that is not, at its core, corrupt and messy and wrongheaded as the Taliban at a nudist colony.

    Not our military, a massively warped organization apparently far more terrified of gays than of dropping its entrance barrier so dangerously low it makes good soldiers nervous, not the seminary with the pitter-patter of young men’s feet from bunk to bunk after light’s out, not the megachurches with their deep, eternal, fetishistic fascination with all things anal and perverted and hookeriffic and yummy.

    And for the record, no, liberals and Dems are far from immune to this timeless rule (though the self-hating hypocrisy part is largely muted, by default). It’s equally true for any hardcore PETA activist or Earth Firster. The more intolerant you become and the more fixed your ideas of how it’s all supposed to work, the more likely the universe will simply laugh, and smack you upside the head, and secretly take your picture licking your new leather boots or applauding the bombing of Afghanistan or eating that endangered baby seal burger. In your Hummer. With a rifle. On top of Bill O’Reilly. (Shudder.)

    But one vital aspect of this otherwise rather typical gay-Republican scandal must be repeated, merely for the record: Truly, no one would give much of a damn that Craig’s as gay as a three-dollar bill and probably has been for oh, about 40 years now — in fact, it might have even been applauded, had he come out with anything resembling dignity or honesty — were the man not a raging, deceitful, duplicitous fraud, one who’s intentionally and maliciously damaged lives, restricted sexual progress and, with his fellow homophobes in Congress, taken a rusty, serrated knife the very fabric of human love. Oh yes he has.

    After all, this is the same sniveling Larry Craig who snickered that Bill Clinton was a “bad, nasty, naughty boy” during Lewinskygate, the same Craig who helped to enact the military’s brutal, failed “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy (which, as Slate’s William Saletan points out, is a complete and degrading sham — if you don’t tell, they make you tell), the same senator who voted for the Defense of Marriage Act and against adding sexual orientation to the list of punishable hate crimes.

    In fact, Craig’s classic case of GOP hypocrisy, of the chasm between his homophobic public persona and his homosexual personal lusts is simply so blatant, so undeniably grotesque, he becomes a bizarre case study, a cultural curio, a deeply fascinating — albeit largely nauseating — archetype, full of obvious but still mandatory lessons for us all.

    But let us look, just for now, at the biggest one of all. This particular lesson comes straight from the universe itself. It flows and ebbs and floods over all of time, it reeks of blood and sex and huge explosions of exotic flowers, tells tales of history and warped leaders and sexual mayhem going back millennia. In other words, this lesson, as they say, has seen it all.

    It goes something like this: Dear eternally baffled, terminally horny humans: You can only poison your own soul for so long. You can only lie to yourself, your wife, your children, the nation, your own miserable and intolerant genitalia before the backlash, the recoil, the nasty acid reflux comes right back up to bite your ass in the cold, cold bathroom stall of life. Do you understand? Do you not yet see?

    Do not, at the peril of your very spirit, at the risk of all that is beautiful and good and fluid and sexual and wet and sticky and right, hold so tightly, so violently to your narrow views of sex and love and human behavior that, when you are caught naked and shivering and salivating on your bed of nails doing exactly the thing your beliefs profess to hate, that your very soul explodes, the flowers wilt, the gods laugh and you are handed a tiny yellow ticket guaranteeing your return in the next life as a small, black, cancerous lesion on the underbelly of a hyena. OK? Thus endeth the lesson.

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  2. .
    Flynt Teases New “Huge” GOP Senate Sex Scandal
    Posted by: “bigraccoon” bigraccoon@earthlink.net redwoodsaurus
    Sun Oct 28, 2007 1:26 pm (PST)
    Flynt Teases New “Huge” GOP Senate Sex Scandal
    October 26th, 2007

    Larry Flynt, editor and publisher of Hustler magazine, just told FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto that he’s “hoping to expose a bombshell” that will stand “Washington and the country on its head.” Within the next week or two, he says his magazine will expose a sex scandal of huge proportions involving a prominent United States Senator. Flynt refused to comment on the Senator’s political affiliation, but alluded that he or she is a Republican.

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  3. Florida state GOP Rep. Bob Allen guilty in bathroom-sex case
    Posted by: “bigraccoon” bigraccoon@earthlink.net redwoodsaurus
    Mon Nov 12, 2007 2:49 am (PST)

    Florida state Rep. Bob Allen
    guilty in bathroom-sex case

    Florida State Rep. Bob Allen glances over to his wife Beth at the Moore Justice Center in Viera on Monday. Allen was found guilty of soliciting prostitution on Friday.

    Laurin Sellers | Sentinel Staff Writer November 10, 2007

    State Rep. Bob Allen’s troubles may only get worse.

    Seconds after he was convicted Friday of soliciting a sex act in a park bathroom, legislative leaders were discussing how to remove him from office.

    “This conviction makes it impossible for Rep. Allen to represent responsibly the citizens of his district,” Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio said in a statement. “Furthermore, it is my personal belief that it harms the reputation of the Florida House of Representatives. We will now take the appropriate steps.”

    Allen, R-Merritt Island, who did not testify in his own defense, insisted he is innocent.

    “I have done nothing wrong, and my family, my God and my good constituents know that,” Allen said as he left the courtroom flanked by his three attorneys. “We’re going to continue to seek justice.”

    The lawmaker is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday for the second-degree misdemeanor charge and could face a maximum 60 days in the county jail and a $500 fine. Prosecutors said after the verdict was announced that they intend to seek jail time.

    Also late Friday, Allen’s lead attorney, Greg Eisenmenger, accused the state of prosecutorial misconduct and said he would seek a new trial.

    Eisenmenger said Brevard Assistant State Attorney Pat Whitaker erred by commenting on a defendant’s right to remain silent when he described Allen as hanging his head upon realizing he was about to be arrested July 11 outside Veterans Memorial Park in Titusville.

    Whitaker responded: “I do not believe there was any reversible error in the trial.”

    He said he thought the jury returned the correct verdict.

    Because of the nature of the crime, prosecutors said, Allen would have to undergo testing for sexually transmitted diseases. The results, they said, would be made public.

    Since his arrest, Allen has been stripped of his committee chairmanship in the House, ridiculed on late-night talk shows, labeled a racist for saying he thought the undercover officer was going to rob him and accused of using his position as a legislator to avoid prosecution.

    Discipline possible

    Although Friday’s conviction carries no automatic penalty for Allen as a lawmaker, the House can discipline him for what it considers inappropriate conduct.

    But it would take a two-thirds vote of the House to formally punish him through censure or reprimand.

    It would take a two-thirds vote of the Legislature to expel him, a rarely used option that could come only after a select committee approves such action after a hearing.

    Allen’s term runs through fall 2008.

    Even after his arrest, Allen said he planned to run for a seat in the state Senate in 2010.

    But Republican Party of Florida Chairman Jim Greer said late Friday that Allen should “seriously consider his ability to effectively serve the citizens of his district, which should be one of his utmost priorities.”

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/orl-boballen1007nov10,0,7887009.story

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  4. Latest Fla GOP pedophilia scandal
    Posted by: “Compañero” companyero@bellsouth.net chocoano05
    Mon Nov 12, 2007 2:50 am (PST)
    http://www.alternet.org/blogs/peek/67192/

    GOP Mayoral Candidate In Child Sex Sting Loses Election

    Truthfully, it’s starting to get mundane. The big news will be when
    a GOP’r doesn’t get caught with his hand in some kids’ …….

    Fla. mayor facing sex charge loses election

    MASCOTTE — (AP) — The mayor of this Central Florida city
    lost a bid for reelection Tuesday, hours after he was released from
    custody on molestation charges.

    Jeff Krull, 66, received 31.64 percent of the votes, compared to
    the 68.36 percent challenger Feliciano ”Felix” Ramirez received,
    according to the Lake County Supervisor of Elections.

    (snip)

    Krull was charged Monday with six counts of lewd and
    lascivious molestation and one count of showing lewd and lascivious
    material to a minor. It’s believed the alleged victims went to
    Krull’s house to use his computer, Police Chief Steve Allen said.

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  5. From: redwoodsaurus

    Allen Quits In Wake Of Bathroom Gay Sex Scandal

    November 17, 2007

    Florida State Rep. Bob Allen (R), with one of the state’s
    worst records on LGBT rights votes, resigned from the
    legislature late Friday, hours after he was sentenced for
    offering an undercover male police officer cash for sex.

    In the last session of the Florida legislature he sponsored a
    failed bill that would have tightened the state’s prohibition
    on public sex. He also has been a supporter of amending
    the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage and has
    opposed a bill to curb bullying of gay students.

    Friday he was sentenced to serve six months of probation.
    He must pay a $250 fine, court costs and $245 restitution to
    Titusville Police Department.

    Allen also was ordered to undergo testing for HIV and other
    STDs, complete a class in HIV awareness class and to stay
    away from the park where he was arrested.

    The conservative Republican submitted his resignation to
    House Speaker Marco Rubio, who had pressed Allen to give
    up his legislative seat since his Nov. 9 conviction on charges
    of lewd conduct and soliciting. Allen’s resignation though is
    not effective until February 15 unless the Secretary of State
    can arrange a special election before then.

    Allen was busted in July during a sting at a men’s washroom
    at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Titusville, Florida.

    In taped statements made by Allen to police following his
    arrest and released by the force Allen admits to soliciting the
    male officer but claims that it was the result of being nervous
    by the high number of black men in the park.

    “I certainly wasn’t there to have sex with anybody and
    certainly wasn’t there to exchange money for it,” Allen told
    officers.

    Of the arresting officer Allen said in the tape, “This was a
    pretty stocky black guy, and there was nothing but other
    black guys around in the park.”

    He claimed he feared he “was about to be a statistic” would
    have said anything just to get away.

    But on the tape Allen also admits warning the undercover
    cop that “undercover cops” were in the area and the man
    should be careful.

    “I said they’re around here, you ought to know about that.”

    He only realized he was talking to an officer when he flashed
    his badge.

    The arresting officer’s handwritten report on the arrest also
    was released by the force.

    Titusville Officer Danny Kavanaugh who was on plainclothes
    duty says he observed Allen entering the washroom twice.
    Kavanaugh said he was drying his hands in a stall when
    Allen peered over the stall door.

    The officer’s report said that after peering over the stall a
    second time, Allen pushed open the door and joined
    Kavanaugh inside. Allen muttered “‘hi,’v” and then said,
    “‘this is kind of a public place, isn’t it,'” the report said.

    Kavanaugh wrote that he asked Allen about going
    somewhere else and Allen suggested going “across the
    bridge, it’s quieter over there.”

    “Well look, man, I’m trying to make some money; you think
    you can hook me up with 20 bucks?” Kavanaugh wrote in the
    report that he had asked Allen.

    The Republican lawmaker, the report said, replied, “Sure, I
    can do that, but this place is too public.”

    According to Kavanaugh’s statement, the officer said, “do
    you want just (oral sex)?” and Allen replied, “I was thinking
    you would want one.”

    It was at that point Allen was arrested.

    Ironically, Allen was the Police Union’s 2007 Lawmaker of the
    Year.

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