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Friday, September 28, A.D. 2012
An Overdose of Hope

As the American presidential campaign trudges on, you may get some comic enjoyment from all the inanity by reading what the editors at Taki’s Magazine thought about the Democratic Convention: “An Overdose of Hope” My favorite paragraph modestly covers Sandra Fluke’s exposed twatness:

Sandra Fluke, the woman who couldn’t afford all the birth control she needs even though it’s very cheap, spoke ominously of the Wicked War on Women’s Wombs. Several other women spoke about being women and how women’s issues affect all women and how women need to focus on being women and how they’re not at all maybe a tiny bit narcissistically fixated on being women and therefore unwittingly reinforcing negative stereotypes about women.

What a carnival these United States have become!

Posted by Joseph on Friday, September 28, Anno Domini 2012
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