I couldn't help but notice the photo of the graffiti painted or glued on a wall in Armidale featuring a likeness to our local member for New England the Honourable Barnaby Joyce MP in last week's issue of The Tenterfield Star.
I'm not in a position to comment on the talent or otherwise of the artist but I can say I found this example of his art demeaning, tasteless and offensive.
That the alleged artist travelled all the way from Sydney and it's millions of people to attack the most effective advocate for rural Australia at this time, reflects the importance or more pointedly the lack of it, city people attach to the wellbeing of those who live outside the city limits.
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