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Re: “Trump gets the Ax treatment in Rochester street art

Disliking elected officials is an American tradition. Citizens have been outspoken about flaws and offenses since the country began, and that is part of our expression and right.

But the way this statement is presented, carries an air that everyone (who counts) agrees with the artist. Hate on a stick. Does this frustration come from piled-on media commentary, or the actual choices that the president has made?

The artist spoke of frustration with voting corruption, but were there any complaints on the Other Candidate's long history of corruption, and known association with Russia?

We have evidence that previous leaders sold uranium rights and weapons to our opponents, but the only protesting seemed individuals' videos, usually watched by people in agreement.

In publications and design, the identifiable likeness of a person requires a model release. Public officials may be considered fair game, but the source photos that artists use are usually infringing on the rights of a professional photographer or news outlet.
Trump's television history could place him under Celebrity Rights (California 1985 and 12 states)-- with his imagine still holding commercial value, and was libelous. This was street art, but undoubtedly there were people who wanted to buy it.

Let's spend our energies on our country, which has been threatened by several opposing countries and groups, and is $20 trillion in debt.


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Posted by C on 07/01/2017 at 8:55 AM

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