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One could say it is a form of expression freedom of expression freedom of speech are.
But inside the art gallery at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston.
President Obama opening curtains.
It's the -- training -- eyebrow.
With the presidential seal behind him.
Even offending song wearing it is suit.
The American flag and it brownie points with his arms outstretched the president presented in a controversial.
In a way it has disrespect people's culture.
Religion in a similar position as a crucified Christ on the cross obviously his apologies and -- -- that.
The Beatles content insult to Jesus as well the painting it's part of the political exhibit called artist on the stopped the road to the White House 2012.
He hangs amongst others with the political punch the president as Uncle Sam governor Romney and congressman Ryan sitting with a big oil companies.
And a depiction of the cost of democracy.
Collecting -- -- that present communicates a concept.
Of some sort and we also have our work.
That is -- please -- to provoke discussion college officials still boxed when he finds some of the pieces features students work others from -- out of town this one by new Yorker Michael -- -- is not sitting quietly.
I mean I'm not serve -- both -- negative.
-- positive thing.
That was probably the artist's point.
-- point out how Obama is crucified a lot and compare it.
But critics don't approve this form of expression they state likening the president to a higher power is an over exaggeration.
And an undeserving pedestal.
-- reserve that is.
Comments left in the guest book -- positive great exhibit provocative love it.
But more than spreading that love it sparking a debate and a mixture of interpretations.
Exactly what the college intended.
If this particular exhibit.
Got people thinking and got people discussing -- successful.
In Boston -- Jacobs Fox News.
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