How can you write satire, when "mainstream consensus reality" is already a dark parody of itself?
Marx's remark that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce, applies in spades to the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). PNAC's "new Pearl Harbor" on 9/11 was tragic. Today, its "more wars for Israel" cheerleading is farcical. For details, see my new article:
9/11 PNAC perps still whining for US to fight Israel’s wars
So there's just no way that a satirist can keep up with the absurdity of reality. But somebody's got to try:
President Morsi should apologize – to apes, pigs, and vampires
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