How can a piece of art that portrays Vice President Dick Cheney as a denial-advocate regarding Iraq and Iran intelligence reports be called “politically inflammatory“? Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese‘s black-and-white prints, now hanging in in a New York Public Library exhibition called “Line Up,” are “mug shot-style diptychs in which a member of the Bush administration appears in profile and face forward, holding a police identification sign and the date on which he or she made a statement of questionable veracity relating to Iraq.” I mean, nobody’s pushing the envelope here.