Our Taxes Pay For “Art” Including Sitting On A Toilet And Letting Strangers Grope You

President Trump’s budget outline for 2018 is out, and there’s a lot to chew on, but I want to focus on one small detail that’s drawing some of the biggest reactions: Defunding the National Endowment of the Arts.

You wouldn’t believe the pseudo-intellectual psychobabble I’ve had to sort through. I’ve heard it all. Progressives believe we will most certainly turn into uncultured swine (which is weird, since they’re already convinced that half of the country is comprised of toothless, illiterate rubes who marry their cousins and have never ventured out beyond their local Walmart) without the extra $148 million going to the NEA (that’s what we forked over to the NEA in 2016). Whatsoever shall we dooooo without the federal government funding the arts? How will we survive without renditions of Doggie Hamlet? (Yes. That’s A Thing, and yes. We paid for that.)

Today’s artists are convinced that they’re the lifeblood of society. They evoke feelings. They channel raw emotion. They stir our souls. That’s why they deserve money. That’s their argument.

Read more at: This Is Why I Couldn’t Give A Crap Less About Eliminating Federal Funding For The National Endowment Of The Arts

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