Posts Tagged ‘satire’
It’s a book, and a best-seller, but its pages are blank, which is not merely intentional, but true.
I think well-done satire qualifies as art, and the editors at National Review have created a stunning example with this proffering of condolences to Sen. Harry Reid on his loss of mental balance with regard to the Koch Brothers.
The Country Music Awards show had a wonderful satirical song about ObamaCare. The supporters of His Oneness have predictably screamed “RACISM!” Yawn…
Windsor Mann has a tongue-in-cheek piece on why liberals love Halloween. Enjoy — it’s as tasty as aqny candy and calorie-free!
This is brilliant satire because it delivers actual facts. When people start telling you how complicated the economy is, play it for them, because the bottom line is that when you spend more than you can pay, you are broke, whether you’re an individual, a company, or a country.
It’s an oldie, but I haven’t found anything better that’s on point for today.