Skip to comments.Anyone try to buy a Newsweek?
Posted on 08/21/2012 6:10:12 PM PDT by matt04
Anyone try to buy a copy of the Newsweek with the "Hit the Road Obama" cover? I stopped in my local B&N to try to get one. They didn't have any on the shelf and the clerk said they sold out within a few hours of getting them in. Same with a a local CVS and Walgreens.
This is probably the most they have sold in years.
we should just let them go out of business
I thought we already had...
Hope they get the message. ;-)
Exactly. Let them go out of business.
This was just a pathetic attempt to be relevant and far away from November.
A guy with some savvy...could buy the magazine and move it out of New York....to some place in Kansas. Reform the pitch and offer up a lean-Conservative opinions....and it’d likely be an easy item to market to Americans. I believe it’d move back into profitable status with six months and it’d prove a number of points.
Democrats bought them all up. I think they have discovered a way to profitability.
I wouldn’t put it past the dems to put it out to their coven members to buy every magazine to keep it from the public view.
It was just the “token anti Obama” edition of Newsweak. They usually have ONE...once a year.
For the next few months until November, it will be all “obama is the greatest” editions back to back.
I think that was called the Weekly Standard, although the lean-conservative part is often kind of iffy
The reason for the cover was to sell copies. It worked.
Even money says that the copy at your library has already been rendered missing.
If that’s the case I bet the DNC will reimburse the people that buy and destroy them. Time for another fundraising email begging for $3.
I refuse until which time they make Joy Behar the centerfold.
Holy heck batman. Yikes.
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