The Face of the Republican Party: The Honorable Mo Brooks(PID:52198759228) Source
posted by alias outtacontext on Wednesday 6th of July 2022 08:16:50 PM
Americans have lost confidence in their government. We no longer trust our legislators and Supreme Court to effectively deal with our country’s problems: income inequality, affordable health care, the economy, and climate change. Governance has become a series of battles. It’s no longer just political ideology. We are at war with each other over cultural issues while our politicians ignore our basic needs. The morals of our GOP legislators and their sycophants are just as important as their economic policy. How can we trust a party that Alex Patton, a Florida-based Republican consultant and pollster, has characterized as a party that “has become mean and driven by emotion on whom we dislike.” “But,” he says, “that is the driving force in American politics right now.” That is the driving force of the GOP, not the Democrats. In my essay, “It’s Time to Release Our Own Kraken!” I outlined the history of the Republican Party’s “below the belt” tactics. They continue to be underhanded to this day. But with the low level of civility in our present polarized country, many Republican legislators now in office have hit new moral lows. As a visual artist who has spent over a decade creating posters about the sorry state of American political discourse, I have started a new ongoing series of portraits, “Faces of the Republican Party.” Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Madison Cawthorn, Lauren Boebert, Paul Gosar, Kevin McCarthy, Elise Stefanik, Jim Jordan, Ginni Thomas, Mark Meadows, Mo Brooks, lawyer Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani, Senators Mike Lee of Utah, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, and Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, and political wannabees like Mehmet Oz deserve to be taken to task for their lack of civility, their unwillingness to compromise for the betterment of Americans’ lives, their lies, their belief in conspiracy theories, and their desire to disrupt our institutions instead of helping their constituents. Add to this illustrious group, Governors Greg Abbott of Texas and Ron DeSantis of Florida. Their "screw you" attitude towards the fate of asylum seekers on our southern border (packing them off to Chicago, Washington, DC, and other cities), and their disdain for the rights of women and the education of our children, make them perfect additions to this series. The purpose of our government is to solve the many problems we need to address if we are to survive. It’s not a place for personal vendettas or manufactured cultural issues. These Republicans are perfect examples of Patton’s “driving force.” This force is dirty, mean, misogynistic, selfish, and wastes our tax dollars. These people are just a small sampling of self-absorbed individuals responsible for the loss of credibility and faith in America’s institutions. And worse, they couldn’t care less. Feel free to pass this poster on. It's free to download here (click on the down arrow just to the lower right of the image). Each has a special Creative Common's copyright that allows you to share these images as long as there is attribution, no derivatives, and you do not use these for commercial purposes. See the rest of the posters from the Chamomile Tea Party! Digital high res downloads are free here (click the down arrow on the lower right side of the image). Other options are available. And join our Facebook group. Follow the history of our country's political intransigence from 2010-2020 through a eight-part exhibit of these posters on Google Arts & Culture.
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