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As the Media Drones

May 29, 2012

What could be tastier than a radioactively hot tuna-melt sandwich, covered in Wolf Blitzer’s cheese?

Sure that’s a rhetorical question.

The question – “who actually thought voting for the privatization of Washington State liquor sales, would actually make it cheaper than the multiple tens of trillion-dollar wars against us, them and them other ones?”…comes to my mind as well.

Who needs Fox News, when we’ve got the DoD’s Wolf Blitzer?  Why do the words dead militants, clean coal and solar power is too expensive…all have the same meaning to us?  The answer, because this is what keeps us buying useless AOL stock and Slim Jims.

Take Obama’s endless piles of dead brown-skinned women and children for example.  If those women and children knew ahead of time…that the drone that was going to kill them in their rock pile beds, was piloted from afar by Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize, or even Malia, Sasha and or Glenn Beck…would they still curse the idiot Bush instead?

The media calls droned brown-skinned children – ‘militants’, so that we can ponder greater things like Michelle Rodriguez and her bikini body at Cannes.

Read more about those dead ‘militants‘, right here.

Michelle’s bikini body begs two questions: Is clean coal safer to dig up and then ship around the globe to later be burned until our extinction?  Or, can solar power get any more expensive and or horrifically more dangerous than GE’s Fukushima?

The answer: Iran is going to eat your babies.

I knew it!

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  1. Karma Tenzing Wangchuk permalink
    May 30, 2012 09:45

    Lens, I linked to the Greenwald article on Obomber’s redefinition of “militant” and read the whole thing. Can I now in good conscience click on the link to see Michele Rodriguez’s “bikini body”?

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    • May 30, 2012 10:22

      Oh yes. I click on the bikini links all the time…I just keep telling myself that Romney would make bikini links go away, while 4 more years for Lockheed, Raytheon, Boeing and Jamie Dimon, would keep the bikini links intact.

      Had the internets been invented by Ralph Nader during Reagan’s time, I probably would have clicked them then too. Fortunately, we had Sports Illustrated’s swim suit issue and the picket lines to keep us distracted?

      I’m so going to piss off both camps again…

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