Sunday, January 15, 2012

Not a Photoshop: Newsweek's Next Cover Asks Why Obama's Critics Are So Dumb

Pat Dollard alerts us to next week's cover of Newsweek:

I would feel offended, but then I remembered that: (a) last August, Newsweek was sold for the nice round sum of one (1) dollar; and (b) the author of the piece is none other than Andrew "Glutes of Steel" Sullivan, who must have pulled a few of his in-house dicks off the Trig Palin investigation to write this masterpiece.


Hat tip: BadBlue.

9 comments:

bacontime said...

Newsweek?
People still pay for birdcage liners?

Proof said...

By "dumb", does Sullivan mean "silent", like the MSM is on Obama criticism?

Onyango said...

The same magazine that named the Occuppoders as person of the year?

Anonymous said...

Someone paid $1 for Newsweek, man did they overpay.

Anonymous said...

Maybe we're dumb, maybe not. We'll see in November.

Shayne said...

Well, which is it? Are we all socialists, or are we all dumb? Maybe it's both in Newsweek's eyes.

Anonymous said...

shouldn't there be a warning sign or something about not feeding the narcissist?

Anonymous said...

The People's Cube seems to have the answer.

http://thepeoplescube.com/current-truth/newsweek-cover-obama-s-new-clothes-thrill-media-elites-t8272.html

Anonymous said...

Obama's critics are so dumb that they think ATM's kill jobs. No, wait. That was Obama.

Obama's critics are so dumb that they think more EPA regulations will create jobs. No, wait. That was Obama.

Obama's critics are so dumb that they think the internet kills jobs. No, wait. That was Obama.