One thing I find fascinating about art is how subjective it really is. Two people can look at the same picture and see two different things. Anyhow, I few weeks ago I was watching the Colbert Report and he talked about this guy Jon McNaughton. I was able to find a couple of his works online. The common theme seems to be Obama's deep and unrelenting hatred for America as symbolized by the Constitution. Subtly is not really one of this guy's strengths as an artist.
Nevertheless, subjectivity can still creep in there. For example, regarding the piece One Nation Under God shortpacked has quite a different take than McNaughton's clearly spelled out vision. I think my (least) favorite part of the original is McNaughton's description of the immigrant in front who is stunned by the freedom of religion flowing from Christ. Really though, it is hard to choose when there are so many things to dislike. This painting is like what you would expect from an artist whose parents were David Barton and Thomas Kinkade. You know: crap.