January 23, 2014

"Planet Hillary."



NYT Magazine cover, revealed via Twitter.

What a thing to do to a woman's face! It made me think of the famous image in the old Georges Méliès film "A Trip to the Moon."



AND: Come on, parachute — parasol — onto Planet Hillary:



Watch out for the Tea Partiers! You'll know them by their phony-baloney "grassroots" costumes and Hillary fights them with her parasol. And it's under the sea in the world of the feminist mermaids. Watch out for Bill Clinton and his dress-staining emanations at 3:29.

And you know you're never sure
But you're sure you could be right
If you held yourself up to the light
And the embers never fade in your city by the lake
The place where you were born

32 comments:

jay-dubya said...

Eek!

Michelle Dulak Thomson said...

Oh, my. That's ... deeply disturbing.

furious_a said...

More like a Black Hole where Rose Law Firm billing records and "Who Hired Craig Livingstone?" disappear.

Bob Boyd said...

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson already wrote the perfect Hillary campaign slogan:

"The Vagina is the Logical Choice"

madAsHell said...

Sooooo....all we need is a really big cannon, and we can stick it in her eye.

Jane said...

What's so special or sacrosanct about a woman's face?

EDH said...

I bet it's been decades since the last time Bill gave Hillary the old Georges Méliès.

Ann Althouse said...

"A Woman's Face" is one of my favorite movies.

SteveR said...

The thing is this hasn't even really started yet.

Tom Grey said...

Isn't it really just another version of ...
Annoying Orange?

Annoying Hillary ... I think that's it.

Ron said...

The NYT is trying to say Hillary will moon us all? THAT I believe!

Skeptical Voter said...

I'm not a big Hillary fan--just the opposite.

Hillary occasionally shrieks, and some comedian in the days leading up to the 2008 election listened to a clip of one of her speeches and said, "She sounds like my first ex wife."

I had to laugh when I heard that.

But even though I don't much like Hillary, that first magazine cover was an awful thing to do to her. She looks like a frumpy slattern in that drawing. And she's not a frumpy slattern. She's a lot of other things, but she's not that.

cf said...

So, in the last 24 hours, this image has appeared, the Roe vs. Wade anniversary Vagina-fest has been consummated -- a Hillary! Moonshine binge if ever there was one -- while instapundit points out that today is the anniversary of "what difference at this point does it make?"

Interesting Great Pumpkin action all the way around.

That last item is an astonishing moment, by the way. She was reactionary and emotional, the classic feeble female, in a way that should have been condemned by every free-thinking woman, and not tolerated by any elected man or woman.

God save us from this Queen.

Brando said...

Hopefully if there's enough talk about her now, people will be sick of her by the time the voting starts. It'd be nice if I thought the Republicans were capable of not screwing up the election in 2016, but I think the best hope for keeping the Clintons out of the White House at this point is another Democrat daring to defy her inevitability.

Brando said...

And let's just hope that upstart Democrat is kind enough to be a caretaker sort, and not foist upon us some sort of Obamacare II, Electric Boogaloo.

Brando said...

Or a lucky Republican who wins and passes "I Can't Believe it's Not Obamacare!"

Sigivald said...

Moon.

Nonapod said...

Reminds me of the Marvel Comics super villain called "Ego The Living Planet".

paul a'barge said...

Today is the 1 year anniversary of
At this point, what difference does it make?, Hillary's historic contribution to Big Government's ability to give a sh*t.

David said...

Live by photoshop, die by photoshop.

The lady has never photographed particularly well, but damn . . . .

Fandor said...

We're all lost in space now!

Anonymous said...

Incredibly prescient of Smashing Pumpkins, including the Kochtopus like that. How could they have known?

Hagar said...

Well, bald is one hairstyle she herself has not tried yet!

The Roller said...

hey, if the moon wore a pants suit, wouldn't it look like this?

Rusty said...

The first one reminds me of, The Mighty Boosh. With Noel Fielding as the moon.
"I Am The Moon"

Clayton Hennesey said...

Ann sees the Méliès moon face, but Google for images of Humpty Dumpty.

And they didn't do her any favors when they finished out the planet beyond her face. Rough terrain, that. A rover could get stuck.

It's hard to believe a little money to the right person didn't change hands under the table.

Fandor said...

It's that old devil moon!

The Elder said...

It looks more like a smiling face on Jabba the Hut.

The Elder said...

It looks more like a smiling face on Jabba the Hut.

AlanKH said...

Annoying Orange?

That was my first thought. Hell, that was my first 8,724 thoughts.

What I want to know is: how many NYT Magazine employees did the ghost of Andrew Breitbart have to possess in order to pull off that stunt?

Alex said...

Hillary is too grotesque to be elected President. I believe the first woman President will be Sarah Palin.

Michael Deloatch said...

Many decades ago as a child I had a series of nightmares I still shudder to recall, where the sun and moon had angry faces in the sky menacing me and the rest of humanity. A barbershop quartet sang a song "we'll have an image of the sun" whose melody I still hear. What can I say-- I was a strange kid.

So that image evokes in me a primal, unspeakable, visceral horror that I could do without. And that is even before I ponder the bitch's politics.