The Week in Smirk — 09.16.12

| September 16, 2012 | 1 Comment

This week, in the wake of violent protests throughout the Middle East, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney clumsily attempted to show America that he has the foreign-policy chops to lead the nation during a global crisis. European tabloids ushered in the official end of individual privacy — not to mention human dignity — when they published photos of Kate Middleton sunbathing nude The low-budget Islamophobic movie Innocence of Muslims, which touched off the aforementioned violent protests, beat out Howard the Duck as the most offensive movie ever made. And for some reason, Mitt finds the whole thing amusing.

 

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Joe Waks is a largely self-taught painter, photographer and printmaker who resides in beautiful Bayonne, New Jersey. He is also an attorney who has worked at the highest levels of local, state and federal government in his beloved Garden State. For more of Wak's works, please visit www.joewaks.com

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  1. Timi Burke says:

    Teddy R said “Talk softly…” not ‘walk’ — you could still make it work for Mitt since he speaks awkwardly.

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