Teaser: Those who persevere and hang until the bitter end of today's blog are in for a scrumptious Bread Fish treat.
Do we have time for one more example of the conspicuous media bias before the inevitable economic collapse? Sure we do...
(FULL DISCLOSURE: Hillary does not actually make the comments in blue text, those are mine). First up, the more recent and lighthearted reporting of the rascally cute hijinx of their ally, Hillary Clinton...
Hillary Clinton tells auto dealers: I haven’t driven in 18 years
'The last time I actually drove a car myself was 1996,' Clinton said at the National Auto Dealers Association Convention in New Orleans. 'I remember it very well, unfortunately so does the Secret Service - which is why I haven't driven since then.'
HAHAHA! Cue laugh track and laugh uproariously when Dear Leader does, and grin as wide as you can - like a North Korean at a courtside Rodman basketball exhibit so you don't get fed to the dogs! Your mouths say "happy happy" but your eyes say "terror! don't kill me!".
"My husband thinks that's a blessing, but he is the one that should talk.”
Don't ride shotgun with Bill at the wheel, it's like cruising with the late Ted Kennedy after a night of high balls at the Chappaquiddick Bar.
HAHAHA! Cue laugh track... what? too soon?
“You know, my biggest, you know, regret is what happened in Benghazi,” Clinton said. “It was a terrible tragedy, losing four Americans, two diplomats and now it's public, so I can say two CIA operatives, losing an ambassador like Chris Stevens, who was one of our very best and had served in Libya and across the Middle East and spoke Arabic.
”The U.S. government sends civilians to "a lot of dangerous places," she said.
...and the last thing they would have wanted to see would be Hillary Clinton behind the wheel of a Benghazi taxi screaming around the embassy corner on two wheels in a rescue attempt, am I right people?
HAHAHA! Cue laugh track
Now juxtapose another NYT article from 1992 involving the diabolically malevolent Republican oppressor Bush 41:
Bush (41) Encounters the Supermarket, Amazed
This career politician, who has lived the cloistered life of a top Washington bureaucrat for decades, is having trouble presenting himself to the electorate as a man in touch with middle-class life.
Today, for instance, he emerged from 11 years in Washington's choicest executive mansions to confront the modern supermarket.
This Times report fit their narrative of "a man out of touch with the common people", even though they had no reporter there and the story was based on pool reporting that is as reliable as a Hillary parallel parking job.
So in conlusion, I do not advocate Hillary drive herself back and forth to her cankle clinic appointments, nor am I a proponent of mandating politicians from either party having to do their own shopping at the local super market. I am not even trying to convince anyone of the existence of media bias, because if you don't recognize and accept that as fact yet, then not even Dr. DaBlade can help you at this point. No, my only point to this post today was to give anyone who electronically stumbled here an alternative for something to stare at tonight rather than watch the president's "pen in your eye" State of the Coup speech.
Step 1, Affix toothpicks on outside of each eye supporting both top and bottom lids so that eyes cannot close.
Step 2, click on this link
and stare at the presentation from 7PM eastern standard time and watch until the loss of consciousness is achieved.
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