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Did Washington Times win with its deadpan-snark post-Obama speech headline?

Oh, yes. It did.


Did The Washington Times win with it deadpan “breaking news” headline after President Obama’s Syria speech Tuesday night? You decide!

The headline now omits the snarky Nobel Peace Prize winner part, but the slug remains the same. And here is a screenshot of the breaking news email:



That’s putting it mildly. Others have been calling out President Peace Prize, with smack-tastic results. We suspect it will continue!


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‘Should have been cancelled’: Objective of president’s speech remains a mystery

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