Monty captured the media’s paltry attempts at balance just right:
And Non Sequitur captured the spirit of the media coverage of Obama’s transition team:
Meanwhile, in the world that still travails under the weight of sin, current United States President George Bush’s policies dealing with AIDS are being praised as some of the most successful while remaining deferential to local support structures in affected locations. By working with churches and existing on-site humanitarian organizations the Bush Administration’s policies have sidestepped the bureaucratic bungling which destroyed the efficiency of other relief attempted while allowing the AIDS vaccines and treatments to reach the affected people much more quickly and cheaply.
So what does Obama plan to do? Change them of course. After all, we can’t expect those evolved animals to refrain from sex, can we?
After all, even some Americans are unable to even solve the moral equation containing Walmart deals and a horrific death.
Scanning the headlines on Google News this morning I was struck with how anxious the media are to cover the minutiae of every act of Obama as though he is their President already and worthy of the highest words of praise.
Instead of the sufficient and clear “Obama Selects Security Team”, the Washington Post writes this headline full of pathos and shining leadership “Obama Names Team To Face A Complex Security Picture“.
Bush was the bozo clown, the dimwit, the accidental accident.
Obama names his teams to face complex security pictures, he is brilliant and compelling.
Meanwhile, God is apparently Pro-Choice.