We brought the calf to Wall Street to confess our allegiance to false Gods and to announce that something was dying for us. That death is our own belief in the sacred calf of the Wall Street picture of the universe.
The Smithsonian should realize that there are many ways to interpret art and religious respect. The National Portrait Gallery should re-instate "Fire In My Belly" as an act of righteousness and courage -- and make the exhibit whole again.
Religious institutions have enormous responsibility in these hateful, objectifying campaigns. We may not have policy solutions to offer, but we cannot condone hate, anywhere, any time, against anyone, including Lou Dobbs.