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Oblivious Self-Parody
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Michelle Malkin perfectly captures the fawning Obama-love of the magazine industry in her post today about, get this, an actual award for “Best Obama Magazine Cover.” Amazing. Here is the explanation for the award, from the award-giver, the Magazine Publishers of America: The smile says it all. Photographer Peter Yang caught up with Barack Obama in Raleigh, North Carolina, just a few days after he had finally nailed down the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Obama was exhausted, excited, relaxed, gracious, open–yet still somehow elusive. Hundreds of photographers have shot Obama over the past couple of years, but no one has quite caught his quiet charisma as Peter Yang did last June.

This is vomit-inducing. “Excited, relaxed, gracious, open, yet elusive”!! The only thing the text didn’t say was something about Obama’s supposedly great pecs. This puts Chris Matthews’ “chill up [his] leg” to shame. It’s like a 12 year-old schoolgirl writing in her diary about her first dream boy. Or like an onanistic Harry Hay writing about a man crush.

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