Barack Obama's Decision-Making Process In Painting Form

The White House has released a list of 45 paintings it has borrowed from local museums to hang in the Obamas' private residence. Among them is Ed Ruscha's "I Think I'll...." How's that decision about Afghanistan coming, Mr. President?

Aside from Ruscha, they selected Mark Rothko, Jasper Johns, sculptures by Degas, and still-life canvases by Giorgio Morandi, according to the New York Times, which has a gallery of some of the works.