Friday, December 19, 2008

To See the Future, Click Here

This is just a parody, but it is an extremely well-executed one. It works just like a regular on-line edition of the New York Times---click on any of the links to go to the individual stories or opinion pieces. It's the leftist dream come true, as of July 4, 2009: former President Bush indicted for high treason, all troops coming home from Iraq, shareholders will be sentenced to jail for corporate crimes committed in their name, and Harvard closes its Business School, to replace it with a "School of Integrity." Click here to see the future, and either weep or jump for joy, as your leanings incline you.

(H/T: Powerline


  1. This liberal was among those who "jump[ed] for joy" at this utopian vision of the future. Schools funded by a statewide, as opposed to local, tax? National health insurance passed? Torture and extraordinary rendition repudiated? Is this supposed to be satire? They're all wonderful ideas to me. I became so excited by them, in fact, that I knocked my latte all over my copy of The Nation.

  2. Jeff, I knew that one way or the other, this piece was bound to please somebody. Glad you enjoyed it, and I'm glad you're checking out the posts here. Sooner or later, there's something here for everyone!

    Thanks for the feedback.

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