The clearest sign that nothing has changed and the same power establishment made a cosmetic change is the media.

One would think in a time of change, someone would take a sobering look at the past 8 years – what went wrong and why. Stolen elections? Torture? Unneccessary wars?

Instead, we have during this electionsΒ  giving us a AP, one of the most notorious shills for Obamaridiculous fluff piece about Bush.

We find out that

You can tell the issues that really get Bush going, because he talks about them differently, more passionately: education, AIDS relief, freedom. They happen to be ones that can be viewed more clearly through a moral lens. That’s how he sees the world.

And also “candid revelations” such as this one:

The toughest moments for him come when he meets the grieving families of the troops he sent to war. Or when he meets severely wounded troops in recovery. Many of the hurting tell Bush they want to get back out in active duty. He is moved by the sacrifice.

“I do a lot of crying in this job,” Bush once acknowledged.

In other words, it’s a mish-mash of all the propaganda they did for the past 8 years, although my cursory look failed to see the one about his reading books or his funniest story of 9.11.

AP’s most notable accomplishment this election cycle? Depressing turnout in the Puerto Rico primary by repeatedly announcing that day that Hillary withdrew from the race.

Now, why would someone admiring Jr so much go so far out on a limb for Jr.jr?