LIVE XXX-RATED NUDE DANCE ART- FUNDED BY U.S. TAXPAYERS...
A DANCER PERFORMS A NUDE XXX-RATED DANCE ROUTINE (THE SYMMETRY PROJECT), AS PART OF A SAN FRANCISCO DANCE ART GROUP THAT RECEIVED FUNDING FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
By Synthia Esther
August 2, 2009
A dancer performs a nude routine for "The Symmetry Project" as part of a San Francisco dance group that has received emergency funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. (YouTube)
There the dancer was, bent over with nude anus in the air on a youtube video, which was a small part of the xxx-rated sexual dance art produced by "The Symmetry Project" - San Francisco Dance Group. Taxpayer's helped fund this sick display of fetish smut, as the dance group received stimulus grant funding from the National Endowment For The Arts (NEA). Joseph Abrams, FOXNews.com, reported on Friday, July 31, 2009, that more than 50 members of the House fired off a letter decrying "indecent" and "abhorrent" arts projects funded by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, as part of the $787 billion dollar economic recovery package.
WHAT OTHER SEX PROJECTS HAS OUR TAX DOLLARS PAID FOR WITHIN THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE?
Kinky Porno Film "Thundercrack" feature's four men, three women and a gorillia and received $50,000 in U.S. Taxpayers stimulus funds.
The NEA recieved $80 million from the government's stimulus package to help needy artists nationwide. Museums, orchestras, theaters, and dance troupes have been hit hard by the recession, and according to NEA grant funding, so have risque art houses in San Francisco. What did that include? $50,000 going to the Frameline film house, which screed "Thundercrack," the world's only underground kinky art porno horror film that included four men, three women and a gorilla. Another $25,000 going to the Jess Curtis/Gravity dance troupe whose "Symmetry Project" includes two people writhing naked on the floor. And lets not forget the $25,000 injection check for CounterPULSE, a weekly production of "Perverts Put Out" and the long-running pansexual performance series that invites guests to "join your fellow pervs for some explicit, twisted fun." According to reports by Fox News, the institutions said the stimulus funds were helping keep jobs alive in a city whose economy posititively runs on art, but members of Congress were irate over the funding.
THE REAL QUESTION YOU HAVE TO ASK YOURSELF? "WHY IS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORTING ARTISTS THAT TAXPAYERS HAVE REFUSED TO SUPPORT IN THE OPEN MARKET PLACE? WHILE PEOPLE, CHILDREN, AND THEIR PETS, ARE GOING HUNGRY, WITHOUT FOOD, SHELTER, AND BASIC LIVING NEEDS?
XXX-Rated Pornography, Bestiality - Frameline Film's "Thundercrack" gorillia and sex theme, being funded by U.S. tax dollars? And a nude dancer's anus? Yes, it is sad but true. Not to be smug. Remember, on the FAQ page of this website in March - 2009... I reported, we should all "grab our paint brushs and molding clay and seek art fund bail out money."
JOHN McCAIN'S LETTER ABOUT WASTEFUL SPENDING IN CONGRESS:
Quote By John McCain:
"...the Administration has indeed engaged in a policy of generational theft...the fundamentally flawed assumptions of the president's budget...make clear what it really is: a risky, debt-ridden threat to the nation." - Senator John McCain
John McCain - Emailed Letter
Mar 5 - 2009
While campaigning for change, Barack Obama said, "We need earmark reform, and when I'm President, I will go line by line to make sure that we are not spending money unwisely." But now the President is about to sign a huge 2,697 page spending bill with over 9,000 unnecessary and wasteful earmarks. That's not the "change" we are looking for. I have called on the President to take a principled stand and veto the bill if it is sent to him, but unfortunately, he appears ready to sign it into law, which is nothing more than politics as usual.
It's no secret that I've spent my political career fighting against out-of-control, wasteful spending in Congress. And in nearly 30 years, I have never witnessed the type of alarming and irresponsible spending as I have seen in Washington over the past few weeks.
I am appalled to see this legislation being rushed through the Congress while containing so many egregious earmarks. It is unconscionable that while we are asking Americans to do more with less in these trying economic times we are about to spend $1.7 million for pig odor research in Iowa, $2 million for the promotion of astronomy in Hawaii, $475,000 for a parking garage in Provo City, Utah, $300,000 to build a Montana World Trade Center, and $150,000 for a rodeo museum in South Dakota.
Simply put, your federal tax dollars should not be funding these types of projects.
Let me put this all in perspective -- our country is currently nearly $11 trillion dollars in debt. Our projected deficit for 2009 alone is an alarming $2 trillion dollars. Just two weeks ago, President Obama signed a bill that the Democratic-led Congress passed to spend an additional $1 trillion in "stimulus spending." And on top of all of this, President Obama has requested $3.6 trillion in additional spending for 2010.
This type of spending should not happen and we must be principled and stop it!
I'm asking you to join me today in supporting the effort to stop this wasteful spending.
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