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He’s been in office for less than a month and it’s been a complete disaster. Yet, they’re already throwing out the idea of adding Obama to Mt. Rushmore. The Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine ran a feature article with this photo on the cover today:

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Unbelievable. The deification and obsession of Obama never ceases to amaze me.

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Do they wonder why? Here’s a hint: Try a different front page subject matter other than The One and tell your newspaper deliverers to avoid knocking over your patron’s pumpkins.  

Newsflash: Not everyone in the Chicago area voted for BO. You are a newspaper not a propaganda machine. I loved doing the daily crossword puzzle, but couldn’t stand another day of the “All Obama, All the Time” format and downgraded to Sunday only. Here’s their thanks:

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Doonesbury cartoonist sees the future. Heh. 

Flashback: 

Dewey Defeats Truman Headline

Dewey Defeats Truman Headline

In the words of the Chicago Tribune in 1948, “Well, everyone makes mistakes.”

History repeating itself.

GOTV! 

h/t Michelle Malkin

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