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More from John Nolte at Big Hollywood.

The National Endowment for the Arts might be the strongest proof yet that Leftists are much more invested in the culture war than say, oh, feeding the hungry. You would think anyone truly concerned with the downtrodden would be outraged over the very idea of the NEA: “People living in the streets and we’re spending tax dollars on Perverts Put Out?!?”

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If there’s any program Republicans like myself would be willing to immediately de-fund, dismantle, and move its resources over to Head Start and “green initiatives” (is porn more important than Mother Earth?), it’s the NEA. For the asking, millions upon millions of dollars in federal relief could be transferred to hunger programs, breast cancer research and third-world vaccinations. But no, obviously the screening of [2] skin-flicks featuring Gorillas takes precedent:

The NEA was given $80 million of the government’s $787 billion economic stimulus bill to spread around to needy artists nationwide …

[I]ncluding a $50,000 infusion for the [3] Frameline film house, which recently screened [4] Thundercrack, “the world’s only underground kinky art porno horror film, complete with four men, three women and a gorilla.” …

[T]he weekly production of “[5] Perverts Put Out” at San Francisco’s CounterPULSE, whose “long-running pansexual performance series” invites guests to “join your fellow pervs for some explicit, twisted fun.” …

[A]n additional boost from a $25,000 stimulus grant [will go to] “[6] The Symmetry Project,” …

The show depicts “the sharing of a central axis, [as] spine, mouth, genitals, face, and anus reveal their interconnectedness and centrality in embodied experience[.]”

In the flesh — and there’s a lot of it — it amounts to two people writhing naked on the floor, a government-funded tango in the altogether.

So “for the children” I ask my friends on the left for the children to embrace this new spirit of bi-partisanship for the children and let us come together for the children, dismantle the NEA for the children, and use this money for the children.