Sunday, October 12, 2008

They prosecute liars, don't they?

By Capt. Fogg

I checked my e-mail this morning as I sat down to write about the slander du jour from the Straight Talk people. I had read about it at yesterday, and there it was, already stinking up my inbox.

It's a picture of Barack Obama holding a copy of Fareed Zakaria's latest best seller
The Post-American World. For fans of Zakaria, amongst whom I count myself, it isn't necessary to mention that he is not a Muslim extremist, or an extremist of any kind. He was an initial supporter of George Bush's War. He's a moderate by most people's standards, he's the editor of Newsweek International and has been the editor of Foreign Affairs. He hosts a weekly program on CNN every Sunday and has a regular column in Newsweek. He's an American citizen of Indian descent.

The viral slimebucket now circulating tells us that the book is about "A Muslim's view of a defeated America" and that Obama is the "most liberal nominee to run for president in American history. Neither statement of course, is true.

Will anything stop this treasonous, anti-American, and indecent attempt to portray Barack Obama as an Islamic radical? Will it take an armed insurrection, mass executions and deportations? Perhaps not. Perhaps all it will take is the resounding defeat at the polls these miserable bastards deserve.

What do you do if you get one of these? Don't just delete it with a sigh - forward it back and tell the senders they are participating in a crime, aiding an illegal takeover of the United States by deceit -- use "reply all" to embarrass the sender in from of his friends. Do your part; it's your country under attack.

Do we really know who Obama is? Pretty much. Do we really know who McCain and Palin are? Absoultely: liars, slanderers and libelers by proxy, inciters to riot with no evidence of integrety or conscience but only a burning rage to win, win, win control of our country.

(Cross-posted from Human Voices.)

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  • Fareed Zakaria is an elitist.

    "The single most important strength a society can have is a committed, reformist elite."

    He's also a fan of dictators.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:51 PM  

  • Hey - didn't you write "how to sound dismissive without saying a damn thing?"

    Elitist is just a way to accuse someone of being smarter than you, isn't it? My point wasn't about dictators, it was about someone trying to elect a dictator by calling a conservative a Muslim terrorist.

    By Blogger Capt. Fogg, at 3:44 PM  

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