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Salò, or the Forty-Nine Days of Costco Coulter

The Costco Coulter has written the dumbest blog post of 2008, and it’s a marvel of economy, readers. Here’s the course of events:

23 November 2007 — Celeb-gossip blog TMZ.com posts a picture of Monica Lewinsky schlepping her luggage through an unspecified “New York airport.” Here is TMZ’s accompanying commentary, in its entirety:

That infamous intern, Monica Lewinsky, reappeared this week — spotted lugging her bags through a New York airport. Clinton 2008!

If Hillary becomes president, will Monica get her old job back?

(”Get her old job back!” Har har, readers. LOL.) Now let’s fast-forward to today, almost two months later…

10 January 2008 — The Costco Coulter blows the dust and cobwebs off the aforementioned TMZ blog post and links to it, forty-nine days later. She completely misquotes it: “TMZ reports that Monica Lewinsky is suddenly appearing all over the place.” She does this in order to suggest that maybe “B. Hussein Obama” is paying Monica Lewinsky “to suddenly be back in the news.”

Not sure if Barack Hussein Obama is paying her to suddenly be back in the news, but I’m one of those who believes that B. Hussein is as scary–and as sneaky–as Hillary Rodham Cankles. He just has a more GQ veneer to hide the wickedness, which makes him perhaps even more scary than the visible Wicked Witch of the West.

Anyway, TMZ reports that Monica Lewinsky is suddenly appearing all over the place. Hmmm . . . I wonder why. Timing is everything, and this is a timely reminder to America’s primary voters about what happened the last time a certain gruesome twosome occupied the White House.

How much mendacity, misquotation, wingnuttery, and stupidity can a person cram into one blog post, readers? I think this might be a new record. Marvel at the economy and punch of her pithy post:

  • In Costco Coulter World, one appearance on a celeb-gossip website (an appearance which consists of a paparazzo snapshot taken in a NYC airport) constitutes “being back in the news.”
  • In Costco Coulter World, “That infamous intern… reappeared this week… lugging her bags through a New York airport” can be quoted as “Monica L. is suddenly appearing all over the place.”
  • “Timing is everything, and this is a timely reminder to America’s primary voters,” says Costco Coulter. She forgets to mention, though, that her own timing is, oh, about forty-nine days off.
  • To Costco Coulter, Barack Obama (recast as Secret Muslim “B. Hussein,” of course) is so “scary” that it seems reasonable to think he might be “paying” Monica Lewinsky to “suddenly be back in the news” (i.e. to appear once in public and get photographed by a paparazzo).

Will anyone manage to write anything dumber than this for the rest of 2008?

Will anyone manage to write anything more dishonest than this for the rest of 2008?

As unlikely as it seems, I’m going to bet that yes, they will.

Filed under: Political by dumpendebat at 2008/01/10 - 17:09

5 Comments »

  1. Stram:

    She could possibly even top it tomorrow.

  2. Reid Luzzader:

    Hopefully, there really is only 71 days to go.

  3. elfasbrynja:

    She could possibly even top it tomorrow.

    “Monica Lewinsky’s Islamonazi Plot to Destroy America”

  4. Hank Dagny:

    I think it was a legitimate question, since we are getting the same 2 fir 1 deal that we got last time with the Clintons.
    But I wonder if Janet Reno will get her old job back?
    Or Donna Shalala. After all, Hillary deserves someone under her desk too.

  5. dumpendebat:

    HD> I think it was a legitimate question

    You think what was “a legitimate question”?

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