The Churchill bust was replaced by MLK, which is no biggie, but why lie and say it was replaced with a Lincoln (the first Republican) bust? And the painting appears to be a landscape of what? Is it America? Can anyone identify the painting?
Laura sent this pix and wrote:
So I am flipping through this and I see a picture of Oval Office in the march 2, 2009, Issue. Article (try not to blow chunks) "America's New Shrink". And to wreck a Freudian quote,"Sometimes a cigar is not what it appears to be" or the "conscious is just the tip of the iceberg".
Check out the pix I sent of pages 20-21.
Lincoln bust is probably on right side of fireplace but lamp in the way so difficult to tell.
Oh, do tell me what you think. And why does he hide it with, "We replaced the Churchill bust with Lincoln Bust."
All of this dishonesty leads me to believe BHO's agenda is impure as his pathetic attempts to hide it.
My take on the old Churchill quote and I would direct it at BHO ," Sir , I may be drunk now, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be a libtard in way over your head."
What a moron.
Is this weird or what?
UPDATE: Diane tracks down the painting. It's a White House piece. Here's the link.
City of Washington From Beyond the Navy Yard"(1833) (at right), by George Cooke (1793-1849). Oil on canvas. Gift of The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, 1976.
UPDATE: Misha cleaned up the bust aka 'busted picture':