Monday, July 09, 2007



Meet one of the 26%. He agrees with Bush's solution to "over there."

"Rush knows it, Hannity knows it, Savage knows it." He wants to lock up Ron Paul-- the terrorist with two first names. And he wants to hang him and torture him.

Should this guy have the right to vote? I mean really, do you think he should have the right to vote? Or is it satire? I can't tell. I've been to Texas.


At 8:36 AM, Blogger Richard said...

I watched this dude's neo-christian video. His presentation-self masks some fairly sophisticated thinking. You will be surprised:


At 8:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Texan complains about someone having two first names? Ever heard of Billy Bob, etc.

Texans like to think that Texas is West. It's not. It's South.

At 9:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hilarious! Very clever satire.

At 11:37 AM, Blogger jeanie mceachern said...

if this gent's video isn't comedic satire [as i suspect it is], then the american public 'education' system is accelerating through a black hole of desuetude at a far more exponential rate than i ever imagined possible. nevertheless, the outcome of posting this outré political monologue on the internet will be a vertiginous plummet of bush/repug ratings, straight down through the asthenosphere, from 26% to zero%.

At 12:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is satire. I know at first I typical.....but then I read the comments section. Below is his post.

"I was acting in this video, attempting to show how ridiculous the mainstream right position is. When I made it, I thought it was too completely ludicrous and hypocritical for anyone to take seriously, but a huge number of viewers have taken it seriously. I think it's really sad what that says about just how predominant this kind of ignorance and arrogance is in this country. Thanks for the feedback."


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