Skip to comments.Sunday's NYT Magazine Cover to Feature Bizarre 'Planet Hillary'(Truly Bizarre)
Posted on 01/23/2014 11:23:34 AM PST by lbryce
Hillary Clinton has not yet declared her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination but you wouldn't know it from The New York Times Magazine to be published on Sunday.
The cover story, titled "Planet Hillary," is illustrated by a graphic showing a solar system with a huge planet at the center which features Clinton's smiling face.
The teaser for the article by Amy Chozik, a national political reporter for the Times, reads: "The gravitational pull of a possible 2016 campaign is bringing all the old Clinton characters into her orbit. Can she make the stars align, or will chaos prevail?"
(Excerpt) Read more at newsmax.com ...
She’s never looked more radiant!
Is this supposed to be a puff piece? my God, what an ugly picture of a bald.Hillary. If they really are trying to be encouaging, this optic is horrible to use.
....as soon as her liver gives out........
That’s absolutely hilarious! She looks a laughing stock.
It’d look better with a rocket sticking out of her eye
To the moon, Hilary!
Look! It’s the hag in the moon!
“Planet Hillary”.....is that the new name for “Bizarro World?”
Well, she does have her own gravity well.............
“In 2012, Amy traveled to Africa with Bill Clinton to write the front-page curtain raiser to Mr. Clintons speech at the Democratic National Convention.”
“As a member of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s traveling press during the 2008 campaign”
The NY Times takes a backseat to the “news” magazines on the stands in your food market waiting lines.
Somebody has got to photoshop THAT image. Is there time for them to pull this ridiculous cover?!
Is that the meteorite that is supposed to decimate the earth?? Head for the bomb shelters!!
Looked like her face on somebody’s arse to me!
I knew someone could post that quicker than I could.
Remember how John McCain’s age was used against him — too old — likely to die in harness, etc?
Hillary will be only 3 years younger than McCain was, at the same points in their respective campaigns. Somehow, I suspect that age will not be a factor. If anything, expect to hear how fit she is, how long women live today, how much wisdom she has gained over the years, etc. etc.
Didn’t Carly Fiorina (formerly a Hewlett Packard CEO)have some similar kind of campaign poster? Something quite bizarre with talking sheep. She depicted Barbara Boxer as some kind of a Demon Blimp.
Quick! Photoshop that to look like a polyp coming out of someones azz, it already looks like a polyp.
“Shes never looked more radiant!”
She looks like a Cabbage Patch kid.
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