Monday, September 21, 2009

Obama and the NEA conspire to push The Agenda

"The NEA and the White House did encourage a handpicked, pro-Obama arts group to address politically controversial issues under contentious national debate. That fact is irrefutable."


"On August 10th, the National Endowment for the Arts, the White House Office of Public Engagement, and the Corporation for National and Community Service hosted a conference call with a handpicked arts group. This arts group played a key role in Obama’s arts effort during his election campaign, as declared by the organizers of the call, and many on the call played a role in the now famous Obama Hope poster.

Much of the talk on the conference call was a build up to what the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) was specifically asking of this group. In the following segment, Buffy Wicks, Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, clearly identifies this arts group as a pro-Obama collective and warns them of some 'specific asks' that will be delivered later in the meeting."

Listen to the clips, and read the rest of the article......

Of course, the Obamabots won't see this as any big deal.

Hat tip: Instapundit.



  1. "Of course, the Obamabots won't see this as any big deal."

    Of course not but then none of them have a clue as to what the Hatch Act has to say about such goings on.

  2. Bubba...are we really surprised? Every day it is something else. From trying to get Governor Patterson of New York to forget about running again in 2010, to "having more important things" going on in America than to worry about ACORN funding and providing housing for illegals. But "we" sure knew all about Kanye West, and who's being "rude" to whom, huh? selahv