The Syria crisis has made an absolute fool of Barack Obama, and his liberal media sycophants are doing all they can to salvage his glorified image. For Time magazine, that means going as far as to release a U.S. edition differing from the one printed in other parts of the world.
Time magazine publishes four editions: Europe/Middle East/Africa, Asia, South Pacific, and the United States. For the week of Sept. 16, 2013, the Europe/Middle East/Africa, Asia, and South Pacific editions all boasted the following cover:
The caption doesn’t hold back in its criticism:
America’s weak and waffling, Russia’s rich and resurgent–and its leader doesn’t care what anybody thinks of him.
As for the U.S. edition of the same publication? This is the cover:
Either Time believes America ranks the importance of college football above that of the international political climate (which, quite frankly, is debatable) or it’s doing its darndest to protect Obama and the image of the Democratic party. Honestly, it’s probably both.
Ironically, if you want to get the truth about U.S. news, you may be better off getting it from an international source.