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A Village in France or Kenya or Illinois Is Missing Its Idiot

September 5th, 2013 - 9:23 am

So this is the picture of French President Fran├žois Hollande that Agence France-Presse refuses to run:

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The British press says he looks like “the village idiot,” to which I say, “Well, he is a Socialist.” I also wonder why British papers can write that sort of thing, but ours can’t. There’s talk that, because Agence France-Presse receives money from the state, they don’t want to make the President look bad.

Meanwhile, our mainstream and totally independent press runs crap like this of our village idiot — I mean of our socialist president:

Halo Effect

OK, the one with the photoshopped rainbow halo is kind of funny, but that one came from a Newsweek cover about gay marriage, and they weren’t being ironic or funny. They were just being Professor Ditherton Wiggleroom’s bitch. Because that’s what the Propaganda Arm of the Democrat-State Party does.

What I wouldn’t give for just one Fleet Street paper based right in Washington.

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How about a certain Fleet Street based barber for the White House?
31 weeks ago
31 weeks ago Link To Comment
Ahh..the American press. The quintessential "Sqealer" in our animal farm.

It's truly sad that we have to go to foreign sites to get hard news. Even Al Jazeera, for those matters not pertaining to the middle east, is a better, more factual news source than ABC/CBS/NBC/AP.

It's sad that the perfesser is such a ripe target and they throw him a pass. I mean, the man (and I use that term loosely these days) cannot be trusted to utter a word without a teleprompter. Those pauses and "Uh's" are the sign of a fuddled mind. Or an amateur, lightweight thinker.

Sad thing is that if he were a white republican, the beating and hectoring would be savage. We live in the age of the hypocrite.
31 weeks ago
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In the Press' defense, that sort of "get the President with a logo behind his head" thing isn't new, or limited to Democrats.

It's the sort of thing photographers and image selectors are drawn to.

(See e.g. here http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/nov/03/iran-nuclear-ambitions-secret-war and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/3512782/George-Bush-bids-farewell-to-the-international-stage-at-APEC-summit-Lima.html?image=3

The main thing about Obama is that he had that really good [from a design viewpoint] "O" logo for his campaign. If I was a photographer, damn right I'd frame his head in that.

It's brilliant layout.)
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