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More Infantilization? Why not!

By Al Schumann on Saturday August 28, 2010 10:43 PM

There's no end to it. I really thought the death of the Hope And Change sparkle pony would collapse the market for it, but see for yourself, if you have a strong stomach. And don't say I didn't give you fair warning.


That's the least toxic of the screen shots. The rest are much worse.

Comments (7)

This one really takes the cake:

"A marvelous and
introduction to the
values of
-Thom Hartmann,
Air America Radio

Al Schumann:

That kind of solidarity is as appalling as the books.


last page:

"and that's why mama needs her bottle, too."

Al Schumann:

Mother's little helper doesn't pack the punch it used to.

Michael Hureaux:

This is easily one of the most disgusting caricatures of literature for young children that I have ever seen.

Al Schumann:

The earlier ones were better illustrated, though no less toxic. This one is so crude and giddily fatuous in composition that I suspect a deep-seated animosity towards kids.


Mama voted for Obama. Despite it all, she is still gaga, infatua. Get me on a plane to Kamchatka.

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