A commenter at Michelle Malkin:
Oddly enough, the word Sincere means “no wax”.
Back in the day (Ancient Greece), sculptors would cover up their boo-boos with wax. As a result, when a sculpture was evaluated, judges would scratch their fingernails at suspicious locations to check for wax. If none was found, the sculpture was judged to be Sin-Cere, meaning No-Wax.
(This message was brought to you by a classical education.)
[Now, not meaning to water down the message here, but, the original writer used “scuplters” and then twice used “scuplture”. O.C. me – I fixed. ~tehMom]