Thank you, Ted Nugent.
Until Ted went on international TV and called a pig a pig, I have to admit that even though I'd been doing the same thing for a long time, I'd always felt a bit uncomfortable doing it. That's because it required a conscious decision each time… "what will people think of me?" "I don't care, it has to be said."
From now on, I won't give it a thought.
Now it will be all pigs, all the time.
And today we turn to the enormous number of pigs, occasionally referred to as mainstream journalists, who will go to virtually any extent to protect the Pig-in-Chief, and specifically this headline of the day:
First a short explanation as to why this is about Pigbama. He owns the health care bill… anything that casts doubt on its efficacy is a threat to him… thus, the pig who wrote the headline couldn't bring himself to say… Obamacare Likely To Make Doctor Shortage Worse.
That would be too close to home for Dear Leader. So instead we get doublespeak. A doctor shortage is already a bad thing, Right? And this bill will strain it? In other words, it's going to STRAIN THE STRAIN?
In fairness, the article itself is not so deferential to Pigbama's plan. even though it doesn't mention him by name… or title, The Creator, but it does try to minimize the the alarm you might feel for what promises to be a dire shortage of doctors