After a week since the first news snippets over a cartoon hit the airwaves, the damn liberal House of Gordon FINALLY received their latest issue of The New Yorker in their mailbox.
Satirical in its nature, although nobody really saw it that way. What would Joe Belt Buckle think when he saw it on the newstands? Won't it just aggravate his thinking that this cover in fact mocks him for thinking anyway?
Say the magazine roused up a shitstorm of controversy; say the magazine should have been more careful in its cover; say the magazine was irrresponsible in its characterization of the Obamas.
But it sure sold a magazine or two. And it made The New Yorker front page headlines for a few days.
And that in the end was their goal, no?
As Jon Stewart says, "Barack Obama should in no way be upset about the cartoon that depicts him as a Muslim extremist, because you know who gets upset about cartoons? Muslim extremists...It's just a fucking cartoon."