Saturday, August 08, 2009


This is really going to annoy some people, but that doesn't make it any less funny:

Tardy though they are, we welcome MSNBC to finally joining every major conservative news outlet -- including Fox News, The American Spectator, Human Events, National Review and Sweetness & Light -- in discrediting the idea that President Obama wasn't born in this country and, therefore, is ineligible to be president....

Which party contains 99 percent of the people who believe (or believed):

-- O.J. is innocent;

-- Bush shirked his National Guard duty;

-- Sarah Palin's infant child, Trig, was actually the child of her daughter;

-- Justice Antonin Scalia threw the 2000 election to Bush so that his son could get a legal job with the Labor Department;

-- The spectacularly guilty Mumia Abu-Jamal was framed;

-- The Diebold Corp. secretly stole thousands of Kerry votes in 2004;

-- Duke lacrosse players gang-raped a stripper;

-- Bill Clinton did not have sex with "that woman";

-- Heterosexuals are just as likely to contract AIDS as gays;

-- John Edwards didn't have an affair with Rielle Hunter;

-- John Edwards' campaign aide Andrew Young is the father of Rielle Hunter's child.

And as has been recently noted, a 2007 Rasmussen poll showed that 35 percent of Democrats believe Bush knew about the 9/11 attacks in advance, while 26 percent aren't sure ...

Holy mackerel.

Another favorite MSNBC guest, Janeane Garofalo, believes Enron's Ken Lay faked his own death. It's weird that Keith Olbermann didn't ask her about that when she was on his show a couple of months ago, given his sudden interest in stamping out conspiracy theories.

Also trying to revive his failing TV show, MSNBC'S Chris Matthews has been denouncing the birthers on "Hardball" nightly and demanding that every elected Republican who appears on his show do the same.

How many times has Matthews forced Democratic officeholders to denounce Al Sharpton for the Tawana Brawley hoax? Or for that matter, how many times has he forced Sharpton -- a frequent guest on his show -- to admit the case was a fraud?

There's more. And, for that matter, Moore.


By Blogger Trochilus, at Sat Aug 08, 07:13:00 PM:

The only people that will likely annoy, are people who someone really should annoy . . . repeatedly!

I could not stop laughing when I read that yesterday!

Ann has been on a real roll recently.

Now, the whole thing was very funny, but to me the best part was picturing Chris Matthews "scolding" the Rev. Al over the Tawana Brawley incident.

Both of them are fundamentally such clowns to begin with, and they each so heavily rely on that feigned sincerity as a mainstay of their schtick.

So just imagining that little "kerfuffel" is hysterical.

Matthews keeps proving what a cheezy hack he is. Perhaps worse than his bogus expressions, are his strange comments!

Even Keith Olbermann said "steady" when Matthews blurted out that moronic comment of his about feeling "a furrowing up my leg . . ." when he heard Obama speak.  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Sat Aug 08, 07:28:00 PM:

Calling them MoonBats with Tin Foil hats isn't random...it's well earned!  

By Anonymous tyree, at Sun Aug 09, 03:11:00 AM:

I had a long discussion with a liberal years ago about the reasons for the war in Iraq and I couldn't figure out where he was getting his impression of reality. Then a few weeks after our discussion I watched a DVD of one of the seasons of "24". A significant number of the theories he had about the "true" nature of the war were lifted straight from that TV script. It would be funny if it wasn't so sad.  

By Anonymous space commando, at Sun Aug 09, 10:14:00 AM:

This is a nice post to read right after Leonard Pitts' piece this week about how the GOP is made "irrelevant" by the numbers of birthers in their midst.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun Aug 09, 10:25:00 AM:

Even LittleGreenFootballs is obsessed with "birthers and nirthers"! It's so strange that American political discourse has diminished to this degree, where intelligent people spend weeks discussing the obviously weird flotsam and jetsam of the political waves.

The President is leading the charge, since he has gone so far as to encourage violence against his political opponents. Has this ever happened before? A president advocating politically motivated violence against voters? It is appalling.

Our country is in very serious trouble. Average people up until very recently have sat on the sidelines, by and large, but this so-called "Health Care" debate is bringing them out of their houses, and they are pissed off. Politicians of all stripes, Democrats and Republicans, need to be aware that lots of people agree with this post from Maggies Farm, which could have been titled "Don't Tread on Me!"  

By Anonymous Jeffersonian, at Mon Aug 10, 09:20:00 PM:

Here's one below the waterline:

Show me RNC Chairman Michael Steele saying "I believe the birthers" and I'll give 10 percent of my book profits to Air America, raising their profits to -- let's see ... about 10 percent of my book profits.


By Anonymous David Baker, at Mon Aug 10, 09:36:00 PM:

It should be LittleBlueBalls, or LittleGreenFascist. Obama's Hawaiian birth is, after all, an article of liberal faith.

But I say; simple, show us the document.

Not to mention that I have a better track record than all the liberals put together, including OJ - which upon the entrance of Marsha Clarke, I predicted the prosecution's case was done, over, lost - so lost the jury wouldn't even break for lunch.  

By Blogger WorkingMusician, at Mon Aug 10, 09:44:00 PM:

Is there anyone who thinks that Bill Clinton had sex with that woman?

And what exactly do you call it when you don't show up for your last two years of National Guard duty?  

By Blogger LesLein, at Mon Aug 10, 09:59:00 PM:

Don't forget who said that in 1980 the Reagan campaign delayed the release of the Iranian hostages to stop Carter's reelection.  

By Anonymous bgates, at Mon Aug 10, 10:05:00 PM:

WorkingMusician -

Oral sex is sex. It's right there in the name.

As to the National Guard, leaving aside whether you want to keep beating the drum of claiming active duty military service is a moral imperative for a wartime president, Bush did show up and there's absolutely no reason to think otherwise.  

By Blogger Peter, at Mon Aug 10, 10:48:00 PM:

I figure Obama was born in Hawaii. I am still curious why he's spent close to a million dollars (Coming from whom?) to keep the long form secret. It will be a million dollars soon enough. So, we have a certificare costing twenty bucks. The media will look at it and show pictures for free, all while getting thrills down their legs. So, why the mystery? Why no health records? Why no college transcripts? Why no passport records?
He wrote in his books, or his ghostwriter did, that when he got to New York he couldn't afford a taxicab. So, how did he get to Pakistan ans back during 1981?

Okay, fine, I admitted that this guy was born in the USA. So, why won't the media dig into those other questions?  

By Blogger LonewackoDotCom, at Mon Aug 10, 11:04:00 PM:

Even if you believe everything BHO has said about his background, it would still be possible to use the "birthers" issue to discredit the MSM.

The fact that the leaders of the supposed opposition to BHO can't figure that out and are instead helping BHO and the MSM while they hurt their own side should be a bit of a clue that you need new leaders.  

By Blogger Dave, at Mon Aug 10, 11:38:00 PM:

"WorkingMusician" --Ahhhh-hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaa!! Working at what?

How 'bout you show me a copy of Obama's registering for the draft. You obviously know zero about the National Guard, but then you're a musician. Must be a drummer.

Q How so you know the stage is level?

A. The drummer is drooling out both sides of his mouth.  

By Blogger joated, at Tue Aug 11, 08:38:00 AM:

By WorkingMusician, at Mon Aug 10By WorkingMusician, 09:44:00 PM:

Is there anyone who thinks that Bill Clinton had sex with that woman?
You're kidding! Right? You can't be that big a fool.

And what exactly do you call it when you don't show up for your last two years of National Guard duty? Set aside that this is an out and out lie--Bush was there for his full enlistment--I'd be more concerned about the current president's not showing up for his two years in the Senate. How many missed votes was that on important issues? How much experience in--you know--actual governance, give and take, political debate, etc. did the One miss out on while on his perpetual campaign. (Which is continuing like the never ending highway.)  

By Blogger RavingDave, at Tue Aug 11, 10:19:00 AM:

We have exactly a computer printout, the word of a Hawaiian Official,(who may or may not know what is legally a "natural born citizen") and two newspaper announcements to "Prove" Obama was born in Hawaii.

A fairly thin nail upon which to hang the qualifications of Presidency.

I would prefer something which is incontestable. You know, like a REAL birth certificate, with a WITNESS signature or something.

Strangely enough, my position is considered nutty an unreasonable, while accepting the weak proof is considered sane and reasonable.

Go figure.  

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