When the reality of the trainwreck that is our rabid, foaming-at-the-mouth Republican party becomes too much to bear, the parodists become the newswriters.
Take a minute and watch this ad for Mississippi tourism (which might as well apply to any of the old CSA):
OK, that is obviously a parody. Well, OK, that is obviously produced by Funny or Die, who do parody for a living. Most of the time. I always thought parody had to introduce elements of unreality to qualify as such; I challenge you to find me the unreal elements of the video above.
And now, what are we to make of this page from the Boston Globe?
That’s dated 52 weeks hence, so it’s obviously not real, not in the most trivial sense. But the Globe is not in the parody biz, last time I checked. Since the recording and retelling of reality is not making any headway against the mental cancer taking over almost half this country, I suppose someone thought, heck, why not try something else?