Skip to comments.Anti-Obama Street Art Hits Oscars: 'Oczars'
Posted on 03/02/2014 2:35:43 PM PST by BenLurkin
The posters, of unknown origin, feature the Oscar statue with Vladimir Lenin's head and the title "OCZARS," referring to the proliferation of "czars"--powerful officials with no congressional oversight--in the Obama administration.
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Sooomebody’s gonna get an auuudit.
Only if they catch the culprit.
I think we can rule out Sheppard Ferry...
Art lovers PING!
Crazy thing about these czars - commissars. If you do a search to get info on them all you come up with is numerous articles dating back to 2009. Additionally it appears that there isn’t even a full list of exactly how many there are!? WTF! I know Obama appoints a few more every year.One of the articles I saw repeated from 2009 was about congressional members looking for information and how they didn’t seem to know how many there were. What a freakin’ unconstitutional joke. Maybe someone can help me out here?
Is that a propeller on his head, lol?
should be signed:
This is the newest one I could find and it is dated 10/2013. You can find names and salary on White House website, but they don’t call them czars.
Thanks for the replies. I remember that first one. Knida a dearth of info on these strange people that really should be discussed more in the news realm. I mean these positions are outside the realm of the Constitution and are definitely more than just advisers. They must each have reams of underlings and entire bureaucratic network around them that supplants Congress and normal channels. If there were a real opposition to this government a lot of mileage could be gotten exposing these freaks but then there aren’t really many channels or enough people who care anymore.
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