Then you must be a fan of the British bad-boy of street art, Banksy.
The UK legend's latest piece is a phone booth surrounded by a few trench-coated officials listening in on whoever's making a call "“ an obvious nod to the recent government phone-tapping stories dominating headlines recently.
Passersby and local residents were pleased to see a `Banksy' in their small town of Cheltenham "“ many of whom saw it as a perfect Instagram photo op.
Personally, I've been a fan of Banksy's work for years, but it's always so heavy-handed.
Why can't the brilliant Banksy take a break from all these political pieces and show some artistic outrage for lesser things?
Why can't there be a Banksy wall piece depicting his rage surrounding the Sopranos finale. It'd probably be a rustic bust of Tony Soprano, with x's for eyes and a scribbled caption reading, "We Stopped Believing" below it.
Or, how about some nice alley art about the "conscious uncoupling" of Chris Martin & Gwyneth Paltrow? That could be something along the lines of Paltrow's chunky character from "Shallow Hal" sitting on a newly-broken piano, subsequently crushing a crying Chris Martin.
To be honest, I'd even settle for a lazily sprayed, "Banksy Wuz Here" on the side of Taco Bell at this point.
Just no more politics, please.
Save that sh*t for the Daily Show.
For a look at the newest Banksy piece on display in Cheltenham "“ check out the video above.