Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Maine Political Commentary



The New York Times described Maine's Round Pond Fourth of July Parade as: "... Quintessential Americana turned on its head, a cross among a charming, Rockwellian parade, a roast and a political protest. Its claim to fame is that everyone... gets made fun of."

A piece of rough hewn political commentary (or satire of political commentary) on Route 32 in Waldoboro.

6 comments:

Bethany Hissong said...

It's funny!... I wish they'd let that one alone now though. Someone went to a lot of trouble... probably a PETA member or something.

Laurie said...

Always loved the 240DL. Our last one went out on a flat bed with over 350,000 miles.

Merry Wife said...

That is hilarious. :)

Anonymous said...

It's not mean-spirited...that dog looks happy!

Anonymous said...

Cute! Rockwellian is good..... Orwellian would be strange.... --Holly in PA

Bitsy said...

Now that's what I call folk art! Thanks for a good chuckle.