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    • Nicholas Sabalos

      “The Forgotten Man, ” by artist Jon McNaughton, depicts President Obama trampling on the Constitution of the United States while an astonished President James Madison pleads with him to stop. To the side, a common man sits on a park bench in the throes of depression while the 42 other presidents look on in dismay.

    • Erica Raszewski

      "The Forgotten Man" by Jon McNaughton - *****Anthony Gloder: This is a pretty amazing painting done by artist Jon McNaughton. A larger picture can be found on the internet and the artist's meaning of the painting. The large piece of paper Obama is stepping on is the constitution, the loose dollars are symbolizing the worthlessness of our currency, and I believe the man symbolizes every working American. *******Erich Davis: Its a sad painting. In my memory there has never been a time when A...

    • Abby Welker

      Wow. Painting by Jon McNaughton "Forgotten Man" depicting Barry O. trampling the constitution while James Madison pleads with him to stop. Is that Bill Clinton clapping?! Of course it would be.

    • Jenny Mize Toufas

      Judge: Founding Fathers Turning In Graves At Obama’s ‘Unconstitutional, Murderous’ Behavior! Artist Jon McNaughton’s great artwork. Titled: "The Forgotten Man" (breaks my heart)

    • Jill Sullins

      The Forgotten Man. Against the background of a darkening sky, all of the past Presidents of the United States gather before the White House, as if to commemorate some great event. In the left hand corner of the painting sits a man. That man, with his head bowed appears distraught and hopeless as he contemplates his future. Some of the past Presidents try to console him while looking in the direction of the modern Presidents as if to say, “What have you done?” Many of these modern Presidents, seemingly oblivious to anything other than themselves, appear to be congratulating each other on their great accomplishments. In front of the man, paper trash is blowing in the wind. Crumpled dollar bills, legislative documents, and, like a whisper—the U.S. Constitution beneath the foot of Barack Obama. artist: — Jon McNaughton

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