In today's dispatches, the State of Indiana goes "can we have sanctions against the Nitrous Queen now? Thanks!" Scott Rille, SUPERPATRIOT!, takes a break from the "buy a bride" sites to submit an overwrought letter in Florida. James Manning interviews Terry Lakin, who's still in dire need of a clue transfusion.
"A.R. Nash" comes up with six, (count them, six) new levels of US citizenship that either came from his rump, his breakfast cereal, or his meth and froot loops hangover. Jerome Corsi fluffs Lord Monckton in the pages of World Nut Daily, while the Globe publishes more recycled Corsi dung. Meanwhile, analysis articles about birtherism are written by an Australian racist and eaten up by the birtherstani.
Racism? In the Tea Party?? Why yes! The Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act, and birtherstani heads collectively explode. Gary Kreep has taken to rubbing Dr. Orly's nose in his brand new judicial potty training chair. Mara Zebest shows a skill and talent with graphic software that's normally shown by a jar of Nutella.
FBI informer Carl Swensson wants that good ol' fashioned secession, Walter Fitzpatrick shows up in his sailor suit to court again. I'm not sure there's anything Ann Barnhardt doesn't hate, including herself, and the Fantasy Tiddlywinks League rides again!!