Thursday, December 3, 2009

Is the Weekly Standard a sick Communist joke?

If you wished to discredit, mock, and undermine a political movement, there is nothing that quite compares to infiltration and hijacking. Heck, even Bill's college roommate Alan Keyes tried to hijack the Constitution Party in 2008.

All one must do, in order to understand the joke, is read the homepage of the Weekly Standard. Please don't bother wasting your time perusing the links behind the propaganda those fancy article headings display(not to mention the caricatures of themselves displayed adjacent their humor pieces). This is a futile and inconsequential experiment that will test your hard-fought sobriety, and can only lead to bewilderment, or perhaps, delirium. Just focus on the descriptions that are used to subsidize the joke.

To me, the joke became manifest at approximately 9:30 p.m on November 22nd, 2009.

No Substitute for Victory
Don't abandon Afghanistan.

From the November 30, 2009 issue

Malign Neglect
Political correctness and institutional stupidity in the case of Nidal Malik Hasan.

From the November 30, 2009 issue

Obamanomics 101
No cheers for capitalism.

From the November 30, 2009 issue

Eric Holder's Horrible Hearing
The Obama plan to try KSM in New York bombs on Capitol Hill.

From the November 30, 2009 issue

The NEA at the Tipping Point
After a decade that saw the endowment successfully expanding Americans' access to art, a new chairman has other priorities.

From the November 23, 2009 issue

Evangelicals Against Iran
A new era of hard-headed Christian realism and interfaith cooperation?

Al Qaeda's Civil Liberties Union
A look at the other terrorists embraced by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's ACLU lawyers.

How Now Will Obama Bow?
Will the president show as much respect for the Dalai Lama as he did for the emperor of Japan?

The March of Liberty
The green revolution fights on.

Connecting the Dots
The shooting at Fort Hood was no 'mystery.' It was an act of terrorism waiting to happen.

From the November 23, 2009 issue

Barack in Beijing
How the Chinese regime hopes to make use of him.

From the November 23, 2009 issue

Rewarding Russian Aggression
Will France strike an arms deal with Russia?

The Syrian Godfather
Bashar al-Assad's tiresome and loathsome act.

The aging King of Pop prepares for his final appearance.

From the November 16, 2009 issue

The Cost of Dithering
The delay in White House decision-making is protracting and complicating the campaign in Afghanistan.

The Federal Bureau of Non-Investigation
The FBI ignored Nidal Hasan's communications with a known al Qaeda cleric and recruiter.

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