Atlas Juggs goes totally bat guano.
You can scroll and scroll and scroll. It’s hilarious. EVERY single last Obama smear, all rolled up into one mega-post.
I think she’s claiming that Malcolm X is really Obama’s father, but the post is so turgid and verbose and ridiculous, I’m not sure. Jomo Kenyatta? How, in the name of God, did she work Jomo Kenyatta into this?
They gotta retire the Golden Wingnut award after this one.
In a sense, you don’t have to read past her blog masthead:”Western Civilization Hangs in the Balance. This Blog is Part of the Solution.”It takes a special brand of a messianic wingnuttery to start with that premise.Sadly, Pamela’s research is incomplete. She hasn’t yet tumbled to the oldest, darkest, most secret geanological link in Obama’s black family tree: he is distantly related to Nat Turner. Just read the linked bio and you’ll see just how frightening the connections truly are, and how obvious upon the slightest reflection.
Great stuff, but why is the Ann in Stanley “Ann” Dunham so often placed in quotations?I also like it when she alerts us to something off topic with the heads-up, “aside”. Pretty good of her as the whole piece is one aside after another. The whole piece seems to have been cut and pasted from different sources.In any case it looks as if we’re set to elect either the Kenyan super Mau-Mau or Malcolm XI.
Actually, I think it would be kinda cool if Obama was the secret son of Malcolm X. He could have a fistfight with Chuck Norris hanging from a helicopter over the Inauguration platform and throw black ninja-stars with panthers engraved on them.. it would be AWESOME!Fight the Power!
I’m still waiting for some black radical to tell President Obama, “Barack, I am your father!”
God hell, tl;dr city. And for what? To what end? Who is this meant to convince? And who actually read the whole thing?And that was a mainstream blogger. That’s certainly not a crazy, wild-eyed, possibly schizophrenic extremist, because I’m told those only exist on my side, the left side. The linked blog is a mainstream (I understand the popular label is “right-of-center”) blog read by, referenced and linked to by other mainstream blogs. A font of calm, studied reason.Do I have that right? I want to make sure.
Restless, my rule of thumb is to discount anyone who takes Ayn Rand seriously enough to name her blog Atlas Shrugs.(I’m undecided about whether Megan McArdle/Jane Galt should be subject to the same rule. However, Pam definitely is.)
” I’m told those only exist on my side, the left side.”Unfortunately not. Left-wing conspiracy theory lunacy has just been more prominent since Bush has been in office. If Obama wins as expected, the right-wing variety will take center stage.” The linked blog is a mainstream “Well, I’m not sure if it was considered mainstream before, but it shouldn’t be now after that crazy rant.