Let's Celebrate Hypocrisy

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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Something is bringing more happiness to people than news of Katie Couric's departure from the CBS News desk -- it's the death of Bin Laden.  Those dry-humping frat guys in the streets aren't celebrating a Celtics' win; they're high-fiving because America beat terrorism.  Everyone knows that without Bin Laden, other terrorists will feel dejected and say things during group therapy sessions like, "Well, we gave it a shot" or "I guess we could finally start that bowling league Atwah was talking about."

The celebration has caused a bit of controversy; yet, everyone is taking part in it.  CNN.com released a photo of Obama and his cabinet watching the gruesome murder of Bin Laden (the photo depicts a somber and tension-filled War Room).  

Here's the unphotoshopped version.  Look at it with your favorite Kardashian.


Wednesday, May 4, 2011