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    You can make this stuff up

    You can make this stuff up

    And still be right.

    Via Ed Driscoll:

    In the illustration above, the Newsweek cover on the left was mocked-up by the Photoshop artists at National Review to accompany a 2009 satire by Rob Long titled, “A Conversation from Heaven,” regarding what Bernard Goldberg might call Newsweek’s “Slobbering Love Affair” between themselves and Mr. Obama. (Although given The Won’s Hindenburg-sized ego and Titanic-sized aloofness, presumably the affair is largely unrequited.)

    On the right, is the real thing. Of course, as Newsbusters notes today, it’s merely replaying former Newsweek editor Evan Thomas’s assertion in 2009 that “In a way, Obama’s standing above the country, above — above the world. He’s sort of God.”

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    NeoConScum | January 20, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    …and..How about Billy the Rapist Clinton as Father if the Year?? Gotta be Parody..right…right…?

    Nope: REALITY.


     
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    Ragspierre | January 20, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    For the second time President Barack Obama will not attend an Inaugural event ball held to recognize Medal of Honor recipients.

    …Obama was criticized by some four years ago when he became the first President to skip the American Legion’s Salute to Heroes ball since it was first held in 1953.
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    Now, if anyone had predicted THAT in 2007, they would be…

    well…racists.

    The “secular” fanatics place their faith with mortal gods, to fulfill dreams of material, physical, and ego gratification, through redistributive and retributive change. They too will be sacrificed to appease the narcissism of their degenerate gods.

    How women will save Europe? By having babies. Nah, that can’t be it. It doesn’t fit the Newspeak Narrative.


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