It’s strange that Matt Drudge would link to this, but I’ll run with it. Artist Jon McNaughton obviously believes in the values that made this country of ours great. That shows in his artwork that celebrates some of the precepts of the Bill of Rights. Yeah, yeah, I know that last sentence sounds like a contradiction, but I mean it as how the founding fathers designed the Constitution and the Bill of Rights to be the commandments of how our government should be run — and constrained. Democrats and their orgasmic fantasy, Obama, run roughshod over those old, yellowed but wise documents.
But I digress . . .
Mr. McNaughton has created a fine depiction of the Second Amendment and McNaughton Fine Art Company is offering it as a framed or unframed litho-print. Because I love it — the artwork itself, the meaning of it — I intend to buy one in a few weeks, and I’m going to give them a freebee plug here.
It’s called, “Stand Your Ground” and just click it to buy an 11″x14″ version of it:
From the description:
America is about freedom. We believe in strong families, patriotism, God, and justice. We wonâ€™t bother you if you donâ€™t bother us . . . well, thatâ€™s the way it should be.
I wanted to paint a picture that represents why I think gun ownership is important. Since our countryâ€™s inception, we have proudly believed in the right of each citizen to own firearms. No man, or group, can take away these unalienable rights.
The man in this painting can be any American who is patriotic, responsible, well trained, and wonâ€™t back down to any kind of aggressor.
They should offer larger sizes.
Freedom is not free — not even the depiction of it. But, this is a nice rendition of it and would make for nice wall art.
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