The derangement known as moonbattery reduced art from Rembrandt to forgettable screwballs drinking paint and then vomiting on the canvas. Comparably, it reduced our political leadership from Thomas Jefferson to Barack Hussein Obama. Now it is bringing the worlds of art and politics together. Ever wonder what we got in return for the $535 million of our money Obama flushed down Solyndra in exchange for the $50,000 George Kaiser raised for his campaign? Here’s what — modern art:
The Solyndra glass tube exhibit is billed as “SOL Grotto.” Fittingly, it is located at the University of California Botanical Garden in moonbatty Berkeley. The Endless Swarm offers a review:
“SOL Grotto”, by Ronald Rael & Virginia San Fratello, was a delightful meditation on perception. Situated above Strawberry Creek, the dark wooden bunker is pierced with hundreds of glass pipes cozened from local ex-company Solyndra. Tiny snippets of the world outside can be discerned through the tubes, making one feel like they’re inside the compound eye of an insect.
Groovy. But for $535 million, you could buy enough LSD to make the whole country feel like it’s inside a bug’s eye.
On a tip from J.