Link of the Day

Posted on March 21, 2012 6:09 pm

Great Minds, etc.

So I ripped on the stupid Obama flag, hoping to get fact-checked by Snopes.

Well, next best thing:

Weekly World News went down a similar road:


Guess I’m doing something right.

Although I have to admit jealousy to lines like this:

The Administration feels that President Obama’s face immediately makes a person think of the best parts of America: equality, fairness and respect. “President Obama’s face is more unifying than 50 stars,” an aide to a Democratic operative said. “Out of many, one.”

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8 Responses to “Link of the Day”

  1. Rayfan87 says:

    At first reading that I thought it was the Onion.

  2. Harvey says:

    Ya know, back in the day, The National Enquirer used to write fun & interesting stories like WWN does now.

    Then the Enquirer broke the “Edwards has a love child story” and went all legit & boring.

    I’m glad WWN is still keeping it real.

  3. Les says:

    Reminded me of the Al Gore quote, “We can build a collective civic space large enough for all our separate identities, that we can be e pluribus unum — out of one, many.”

  4. Jimmy says:

    “President Obama’s face is more unifying than 50 stars,”

    50 ╪ 57

    They could at least check their Obama facts.

  5. Jimmy says:

    Speaking of great cartoon/photoshop sites, here’s one, Harvey:

    “Putting the “ass” in gas.”

    (Or in the first image, the other way around.)

  6. Veeshir says:

    I want to get one of those flags just to fly it upside down.

    Yeah I know, I’ll go contemplate my racism and think of ways to repent.

  7. shane says:

    I get replacing the 50 stars with the star of party, but when are they going to replace the strips with the hammer and sickle?

  8. 4of7 says:

    Wow, Jimmy!
    First that Aftermath site and now thelookingspoon?
    You’ve struck High Praise! gold!

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