The line between satire and the proggish reality has become so blurred that reductio ad absurdum is becoming a daily challenge.
Ayn Rand's quote at the bottom of our every page says, "The uncontested absurdities of today are the accepted slogans of tomorrow." That was true then, but in Obama world, it seems, any absurdity - no matter how thoroughly contested - is still given an equal chance and has a fair shot at becoming the country's official ideology.
These are Newsweek covers we parodied only in January this year. And now, less than eleven months later...
Newsweek Cover: Obama's New Clothes Thrill Media Elites
As did Colonel Moammar Khadaffi
but Dear Leader (PBUH) needs to borrow Benito's suit!
My parakeet loves to comment on the editorials lining the floor of its cage.
Fear not for failed Newsweek. It soon will be conglomerated into the NPR family of fine reporting and Ministry of O'bama Truth™. With one strong, unified voice for the People™ by the People™, O'bama will make sure a "fair" share of the Peoples™ government contributions will certainly go towards a compassionate move to restore and revive
After all the suffering Big Burd Turd had to endure over the words of The Mittens™, he deserves to eat Lobster™ with MOO-chelle, too!
Newsweek and all the people understand that Papa Obama
knows and understands how to use power...