No ghettoes, no crime.
Clean cherubic children that you'd love to call your own.
When the Civil War comes, that will be my template when someone asks what I am fighting for.
The ump on the right is the spittin' image of my Grandad.
Your guns are under arust. LOL
No television, no internet, no interstate highway system. No franchises dominating every industry. America the manufacturing giant, with high-school educated employees earning wages that could support a family. A population of less than half of what it is today. These are changes in our nation that have altered in forever, and cannot be undone.
Rockwell was an excellent artist, but he was also a genius at marketing. And what he was marketing was a vision of “America.”
If you actually ever fight in a Civil War, you will be fighting for an image of America that is over 50 years old. There is no way that the country can go backwards in time to that place again. The nation is too large, and the world is too small.
Oh, and by the way, there were ghettos. Rockwell just didn’t paint them, and you didn’t have to see them. But they were there, and enforced by Jim Crow laws.
I want the America that Rockwell represented too. ;D
reviewer seems to want to diss America a LOT
The America you want to live in is a complete fantasy. And would you like to elaborate on this ‘Civil War’ that you so hastily glorify?
Ooogedy-boogedy! You do realize Rockwell included blacks in his portraits too right?
I’m with you!
My mother was an artist and LOVED rockwells paintings(she grew up on his stuff on the front of the post.
His idea of what America was is exactly what my america was when i was growing up! small town america was still wholesome just a few years ago!
I can relate to just about every painting he ever did.
when I die...i hope heaven is like a norman rockwell painting.