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April 01, 2011


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Wow, that Lawrence O'Donnell video was one of the BEST media debunkings of the Birtherism myths I've seen! I would say he's been more throrough in his research and explanations than Anderson Cooper.

On the flip-side of reality, the new SVTU (super-villain team up) of Jedi Pauly & Theresa Cao... when you thought Orly's brand of crazy court room antics couldn't be topped... we now have the dymamic duo of deranged dunces.

The Magic M

> You use the term "ad hominem", I do not think you know what it means.

She's projecting, as all good cranks are.


Gail Collins has a funny column on the Donald becoming a birther ( with an interesting quote from Trump: “I didn’t think this was such a big deal, but, I will tell you, it’s turning out to be a very big deal because people now are calling me from all over saying: please don’t give up on this issue.”

Oh, they'll call you all right, Donald. And they'll keep calling you and e-mailing you long after this is over for you, because it's never over for them. You're theirs now. Good luck getting rid of them.


Being thwarted in his home town, it looks like Fitzy has moved on to terrorizing people in nearby counties. Apparently he was asked to leave a Tea Party meeting in McMinn County meeting a month ago.
A normal person would simply leave, and would have forgotten about the incident by now. But you can see the squirming psychotic thought process in a letter published by his enabler and co-terrorist.

He has made the slight, the new central point of his existence and is now "going after" not only the gentleman who asked him to leave, but the entire Burger family and people who "they know". It is really scary when a habitual criminal with a history of violent arrests starts saying "I am at a point now where I have never been before." and "Beware the fury of the patient man."

Unlike the "P and E" no real news organization with a functioning legal department would ever allow such a clearly threatening note to be published, but that is another subject entirely.

The Magic M

More goalpost-moving, now they want the "delivery book":


"[Obama] has done an amazing job," Trump said. "He came from nowhere." Donald Trump, "Donald Trump bashes President Bush," New York Daily News, June 10, 2008.

Seems like that didn't bother The Donald three years ago.

Gary Miller


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