She’s Not Fond Of Mirrors

She's Not Fond Of Mirrors
Frederica Wilson – She’s Not Fond Of Mirrors

Yeah, hypocrisy runs rampant in the Democrat party and freaking stampedes among their Blacks. In this, Frederica Wilson epitomizes the hypocrisy, lack of introspection and self-awareness, and uncivil behavior that is the touchstone of Democrats and their chosen constituencies. 😉

Still though, it is Halloween so Wilson’s appearance is appropriate today…

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Compassion For Hillary

SHow Some Compassion For Hillary! Think How She's Felt All These YearsShow Some Compassion For Hillary

Ladies and Gentlemen, My Fellow Americans, it’s so easy to heap scorn, derision, and disdain, upon Hillary Clinton. In truth, it is almost a divine mandate to do so, especially in the wake of her involvement with yet another rapist. But please! Show some measure of compassion towards Hillary. Imagine how she’s been feeling all this long time…

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National Populism

America’s domestic enemies, the Liberal and Progressives, have always loathed nationalism, which they find atavistic. And, they’ve recently gone off in a paroxysm of hysterical hate of populism…well, populism other than their own. But, as the Left has issues putting things together, it took supposed conservatives to make the phrase “National Populism.”

And, of course, these supposed conservatives – who are really just bitter, clinging remnants of the #NeverTrump crowd – paint national populism as a horrid and ugly thing.

National Populism – It’s Not The Ugly Thing They Claim

Personally, I find great beauty in what the supposed conservatives declaim as National Populism, great beauty indeed. To my mind, when greatness comes to America it will be draped in our flag.

Oh, and in case there’s some confusion, I am belittling the viewpoints and fears of the #NeverTrump crowd just as I belittle those of their fellow travelers, the deranged snowflakes and crybullies crying #NotMyPresident.

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Lazy Fat Ugly Cows

In America, we’ve a far worse problem than politics. We’re crushed under an ever growing horde of lazy, fat, ugly cows. Really! This obesity epidemic has gotten out of hand, grown to unmanageable proportions as it were.

Truly, society needs to intervene and take drastic measures to end this problem. Whole generations of Americans are at risk of believing that curves, especially extreme curves, and full-fleshed bodies are normal and even healthy. That can’t be allowed to happen just to pander to people, especially women, who are too lazy not to be fat.

27 Lazy, Fat, Ugly Cows

Take a good look at the 27 women shown above. All of them are overweight, ranging from merely overweight to morbidly obese and they’re flaunting it as if they believe that people want to see there soft and curved bodies in lingerie and/or states of undress. Worse, these women are all professional erotic models, meaning that they’re actually getting paid to show off their thick bodies.

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Marketing Honesty

There’s a dearth of honesty in marketing and, hence, the idea of marketing honesty itself is beyond the pale, too shocking to be considered by advertising firms or the corporations that hire them. That was until now…

Revlon's “You Are What You Are” campaignThis Is You…Weak, Scared, Alone, Always

Revlon (REV), one of the oldest and largest cosmetics firms in America, has chosen to change things up and try marketing honesty…brutal honesty.

The company’s “You Are What You Are” campaign, which debuted with dark and haunting multi-page spreads in several major fashion magazines, cautions consumers that, at best, makeup is a sad disguise people hide behind in a futile attempt to avoid uncomfortable facts about their true nature.

With our new ad campaign, we want to emphasize that you can buy all the lotions, powders, and fragrances you want, but you can’t escape who you really are: a fragile, flawed, and ultimately insignificant being who is tormented by fear and insecurity. It’s fine to use our products if they make you feel a little more attractive, but just remember it’s only a temporary distraction from the terrifying reality of your barren, unfulfilling life.

Your existence is a dismal and feeble one, and no amount of mascara is ever going to change that.

— Vivian Falk
Vice President of Marketing

Revlon’s new “You Are What You Are” campaign is a high-dollar gamble. It’s a bold and daring move that’s sure to shake up a lot people. It’ll be successful as well because, the more they tell the women who buy their products that they’re worthless, the more those women will flock to Revlon to buy cosmetics to hide behind.

BTW – If you didn’t already know and you couldn’t guess, this is a joke, albeit a cruel one. This is an excerpt with commentary of a recent “article” in The Onion.

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