Graphical Representation of the Obama Presidency

Obama leaves office later this month and it couldn’t happen soon enough.  Earlier today, in describing Obama’s disastrous presidency, Nathan Norman tweeted the following:

What Norman refers to is the 80-something year old parishioner who decided to restore a circa 1930 fresco “Ecce Homo” painted on the walls of a church in Spain.

Like Obama when he entered the presidency, the parishioner had something before her that was not in the greatest shape but was fundamentally the same as the original.  Like Obama also, she had no experience in doing what she attempted to do.  Yet, like Obama, she took on the project, was universally condemned for her poor work, and now actually thinks she did a good job.

See the painting for yourself.  This is the perfect graphical representation of the Obama presidency:

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Left – original work, like America in its best days; Center – the work just before the restoration, like America just before Obama took office in 2009; Right – the “restored” work, like America now after 8 years of Obama. 

 

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