The Washington Times - September 21, 2009, 04:32PM

Below are some conservative bloggers reactions to the National Endowment for the Arts August 10 conference call list.  We will be posting more web reaction as they come in.

MichelleMalkin.comwroteThe White House, the National Endowment for the Arts, and more do-it-yourself vetting; Updated: NEA, you lie!

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Hotair.com’s Ed Morrissey wrote: Did Obama use the NEA to stump for ObamaCare?

Ace of Spades HQ wrote: Before the election, My Pet Jawa found that very-professional style supposedly “grassroots” nasty hit job videos on Sarah Palin were being posted on YouTube. He discovered that these were created by a Democrat-connected California PR agency named Winner & Associates.

…What was a rep for Winner & Associates doing on that conference call?

National Review’s Jim Geraghty wrote: Boy, nothing dissuades charges that the NEA is using artists for political propaganda like hearing from a list obtained by the Washington Times that one of the participants on the call was a representative of Humanitainment, the creator of film parodies BarackyThe Empire Strikes BarackSuperBarack, and various parodies mocking John McCain and Sarah Palin.

BigGovernment.com’s Dana Loesch Wrote: Unfortunately, the transcript of the actual call does not corroborate the NEA’s statement….