Wargasm, or How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria

Their cheeks reddened with excitement and their eyes glistened as they gushed over the spectacularness of the event.  Some on that spring evening were moved to wax poetic over the images unfolding before our eyes; while others proclaimed, without a hint of irony or self-reflection, that the illegal and unauthorized act of aggression against another country signified a much needed positive development, both in the President’s popularity and stature, and America’s standing in the world. Also, it made us safer, somehow.

As the bombs hit (or missed, as the case often is) the obscure targets in the faraway land, the media experienced a collective wargasm of the kind that should warrant at least a trigger warning.

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4 thoughts on “Wargasm, or How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria

  1. One media talking head said the sight of the “mother of all bombs” blowing up was a picture of what freedom is. Wonder what he’ll say when New York City goes up in a mushroom cloud? ‘Lil Donny is playing with those nuke switches as I write. Let’s keep encouraging him, why don’t we?

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