From Clowncrack, his blog of incisive iconomania, an image about those who did more than any others to ensure the election of the despicable:
The image is an ironic homage to perhaps the most famous image of America’s preeminent balladeer, Woody Guthrie:
Guthrie was the poet laureate of the American worker and farmer, writing songs about the labor movement, the plight of the working class, and need to protest inequities wherever they are found.
No post about Guthrie is complete without his most famous song, a ballad which, in any reasonable world, would replace our bellicose, unsingable national national anthem:
Woody Guthrie: This Land Is Your Land