Monday, May 24, 2010

The Onion - Report: Majority of Government Doesn't Trust Citizens Either 


"It makes complete sense for Americans to lose faith in a government that has allowed lobbyists and special interests to take over Washington," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) told reporters. "That being said, you could see why Washington might likewise lose faith in a populace that apparently still suspects that its president is a secret Muslim who was not born in the United States."


By Anonymous Mad as Hell, at Mon May 24, 05:34:00 PM:

What arrogance. This is what Harry Reid would have us say

We're Not Worthy!  

By Blogger MTF, at Mon May 24, 06:15:00 PM:

If outlandish beliefs are the Onion's test, how about the Cognressman who thinks the US Navy needs to be careful how many personnel are assigned to Guam, lest it capsize.

The governors are kookier than the governed, no doubt.  

By Blogger Assistant Village Idiot, at Mon May 24, 11:16:00 PM:

There are a few birthers out there, but the subject is being kept alive by the Democrats as a bogeyman. The right doesn't mention it anymore.

I would like to make a paranoia-comparison. Truthers believe that a president was part of a conspiracy involving dozens or even hundreds of people including foreign agents, possibly predating his presidency and related to no previously-indicated foreign policy interest, allowing enormous destruction to the economy and great loss of life, in order to purchase at great price some oil he could have had more cheaply.

Birthers believe a politician who has concealed and obscured his history may have concealed or obscured an important document important to his election.  

By Anonymous Mad as Hell, at Tue May 25, 07:51:00 AM:

"There are a few birthers out there, but the subject is being kept alive by the Democrats as a bogeyman.

Agreed. "Tea Partiers are rascists" is another they won't give up.  

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