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June 10, 2011


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"If that's what you're seeing, stop pouring NyQuil and Thunderbird over your Capt' Crunch in the morning."

Nice Thunderbird reference....Im more of a Mad Dog 20/20 or Night Train guy myself.


BTW....."What's the word?"


20/20 Gold here!


"the soil would have to become pregnant, to gestate a child, and the child would have to come out of the soil. Then you would have a sovereign representative of the country, and we all know that that’s not where babies come from. They don’t come from the soil,"

"From dust you came, and unto dust you shall return."


Yeah, I expect we'll continue to see a huge shift of desperation towards lame attempts to keep him off the ballot as the 2012 election gets closer.


that's one of 2 wines that are popular among birthers, the other is Sterno (1 can + 1 gal water. Thet whine a lot so call them whiners. (or is it winos)


If you read the facebook comments section on WND stories, you'll be amazed at how many right wingers are opening calling for the murder of liberals (or anyone who is not a conservative) .. The thing is, these comments are generally not frowned upon by other conservatives. In fact, more people than ever are posting replies that are in agreement with their murder fantasies.

This is going on on many conservative message boards. On "patriot action network" you see the same thing but a little less blatent . Hundreds of people (some jokingly/some more serious) are making such comments. Although when threats are made toward birthers -- Patrick and many others condemn that ...

I wonder what these people are saying in private if they talk this violent on public forums.

The parallels to the attitudes among people in Nazi Germany are so clear it's frightening. It's only getting worse with time -- how is this going to end? .. Very scary times we live in -- I just hope I can protect my baby and she doesn't grow up to a burning /ruined country .

Greg Brown

Good Gravy, I go with the classics. Put me down for Richards Wild Irish Rose. Dex, these people have always been around, in about the same proportion to the general population. As such they are capable of sporadic acts of violence, but nothing organized. The thing that would make them much more dangerous is something like a Bush presidency on steroids. Naomi Wolf wrote convincingly of this in "The End of America."


A NyQuil and Thunderbird cocktail is a bit effete for our rugged, stalwart Birthers. May I suggest huffing metallic spray paint? The bright silver has an undertone of sweetness and leaves one totally incapacitated for two to three hours.

The Magic M

This Robert Quinn guy also comes across as an illiterate buffoon:

"Sheriff’s [...] independent forensic examination’s [...] issue news release’s along with the affidavit’s"

He's definitely got issues with apostrophes - and once he's used them up, he can no longer use 'em where needs 'em:

"of the examiners findings"

Find this on WND all the time...


According to the pest&fail, Carl Swenson has the charges against him dropped in Tennessee.

I have long maintained that Swenson, definitely--and, maybe Fitzpatrick--are agent provocateurs paid by the government to incite and flush out crazies. Rumsfeld even bragged about it.

In the Tennessee madness, Swenson was always there, but on the sidelines holding the coats, but egging on the marks to incriminate themselves. Now, he will go back to tossing messages over the fence without getting into the fray himself. RW nutters are stupid not to catch on.

That Other Mike

@ Greg Brown - it's the Keyes crazification factor, as first explained on Kung Fu Monkey:

John: Hey, Bush is now at 37% approval. I feel much less like Kevin McCarthy screaming in traffic. But I wonder what his base is --

Tyrone: 27%.

John: ... you said that immmediately, and with some authority.

Tyrone: Obama vs. Alan Keyes. Keyes was from out of state, so you can eliminate any established political base; both candidates were black, so you can factor out racism; and Keyes was plainly, obviously, completely crazy. Batshit crazy. Head-trauma crazy. But 27% of the population of Illinois voted for him. They put party identification, personal prejudice, whatever ahead of rational judgement. Hell, even like 5% of Democrats voted for him. That's crazy behaviour. I think you have to assume a 27% Crazification Factor in any population.



(The sound of Leo Donofrio being thrown under a bus.)

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Then you would have a sovereign representative of the country, and we all know that that’s not where babies come from. They don’t come from the soil,"


Starting to get worried .. Over at "Obama release your records" they are coming up with such *special* ideas in order to get attention for their cause ...

I guess they realize they haven't been able to get the attention (or taken seriously ) by Congress, the courts, law enforcement, the GOP, state governments, etc -- so they've just brainstormed the most brilliant idea yet! They plan on working on video game modifications with birther tie ins! ... Who would have thunk ? Video gamers being the group that takes Obama down!


I just read some of the comments over at Leo's website and dear sweet tap dancing Jesus those people are delusional. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.


Look at this comment on Leo's site:

Rick Says:
June 9, 2011 at 8:45 PM
Excellent posting, right on target.
Again the “fake” birth certificate falls right into the Unsurpers plan
If others continue this path I have no doubt the original with the same info will appear right around October 2012
And the real issue of NBC will be roadkill

Why is "fake" in quotes there? Wouldn't that mean it's real?

The Birthers have fallen through The Looking Glass.


To see the latest in Over The Top Birther Frothing Madness, check out OFGS latest post and video:

Patrick McKinnion

G - Yep. Wrote that up yesterday for today's update :-)

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