Saturday, October 25, 2008

Gee, And I Thought Lovecraft Was Twisted

It seems that as the possibility of an Obama presidency grows larger that the minds of some on the far-right clip along at an equal pace into utter madness.

Take for example, as seen on MMFA, Swift Boat and anti-Obama author Jerome Corsi (who this past week officially made himself eligible for those jackets with sleeves that tie up in the back) who swore the following to G. Gordon Liddy on his radio program [dated Oct 22, 2008]:

LIDDY: Bring us up to date on the latest findings.

CORSI: Well, Mr. Liddy, I'm headed out to Honolulu. I am not convinced that Barack Obama is going because his grandmother is sick. I appreciate that his grandmother is sick and he wants to be with her. I do recall that Barack Obama's mother died of cancer, and he didn't go to be by her side when she died. He relates that in his autobiography, Dreams From My Father. And I'm going out to do what digging I can on the birth certificate. I'll be in Honolulu for the next few days. I don't expect to be detained in Honolulu the way I was in Kenya.

This right-wing myth—which has been heavily debunked—that Obama was never born in the U.S., and is being covered by the State of Hawaii, is beyond pathetic. Yet that doesn’t stop imbeciles like Corsi, the Drug-Addled Gasbag, and Michael (Weiner) Savage from trumpeting it to throngs of like-minded people (such as these great Americans) wanting to believe it.

Either way, it’s intriguing to see the depths to which some individuals—including Amy Todd—will drop to humiliate themselves in myriad lame attempts to derail Obama 10 days out from Election Day.

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