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Yeah, okay, I went there! I latched onto a serious personal and international tragedy to exploit a child as a cheap shot gimmick for my blog’s publicity and jack up my unique visitor numbers and page views. Last month, I did the same thing with the lady who got killed by the whale. You know, when Jonathan Swift talked about eating Irish babies as way to deal with the Irish Problem in A Modest Proposal, no one complained about it. Well, some people did, I guess. Actually, a lot of people got really upset. But, after all, he wrote “I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a young healthy child well nursed is at a year old a most delicious, nourishing, and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled …”. I am not recommending that anyone eat another person, whether Irish child, Russian child, or Kenyan child. Although I was once told that you can use baby in any recipe that calls for veal. A dog or cat can always be substituted for baby if you’re going to get pissy about it.
There. My comic doesn’t look so bad now, when you compare it to pediatric cannibalism, does it?
As I write this, I am listening to Mark Simone interview Paula Dean on WABC about her new book on Savannah Style Cooking. Sounds like it might have some recipes calling for veal. Mmmmmmm. Veal….
Keith Olbermann doesn’t like many people. He calls a lot of people The Worst Person in America. He’s like crazy Mister Schultz in my old neighborhood who used to yell at kids to keep off his lawn except he was too blind to see that he hadn’t had a lawn in years. This past week, Mr Olbermann shared with the world that he does not like Mark Rubio, who is running for Senate in Florida. He said, “”Mr. Rubio, I am the great grandson of immigrants, as you are the son of immigrants, who came to this country for its opportunity and its freedom. And I know one thing for sure: my ancestors and yours were trying to get away from people like you.”
I’m not sure where Mr Rubio is from, but judging by Mr Olbermann’s fringe ravings over the years, I am pretty certain his ancestry hails from AssHatistan.
So, here it is, the SECOND Easter in the White House for this guy who said he was a devout Christian and he STILL doesn’t have a church to attend. But, apparently the White House faith director Joshua DuBois texts him prayers every morning. How convenient! How technological! How barack! In fact, it’s another whole crock of barack! Good article in Canada Free Press here.