Thursday, August 09, 2012

Ok, I give up.

I do, really.

Every time I think that I've seen or tracked down the worst possible batshit crazy thing the right wing has come up with to date, the next day, some moron manages to top it!  You know the old adage that every time you think you've idiot proofed something, they just invent a better idiot?  So, this shows there has to be some kind of a codicil regarding right wing morons, though I doubt that it has anything to do with better morons...probably just more of them!

Anyway, here's the latest.  Over at Freethought Blogs, Ed Brayton's Dispatches from the Culture Wars links us to The New Civil Rights Movement, which has a story where some right wing nutbag Jerome Corsi, a radical right wing Tea Party author and conspiracy theorist has now posited that Obama must have been married to his Pakistani roommate before he married Michelle!

Corsi says:
His Pakistani roommate, whom we also went to Pakistan with, from Occidental, seems to have been, take a look at pictures of he and his roommate together, Obama had all these roommate pictures, seems to be sitting about on the guy’s lap. I’ve not seen a lot of roommate pictures where two guys are that chummy. The issue is again, not an issue that we want to raise in terms of criticizing the homosexuality or the bisexuality or whatever Obama’s true inclinations are, the issue is why does he have to lie about this too.
Corsi also says,
“Was he married to a guy, I mean, what’s the deal?,” and, “We don’t even know what this guy’s actual legal name is. Are there adoption papers?”
OMFSM, Adoption Papers?!  They haven't even let the ink dry on Trump's latest garbage on the birther crap and now it's Adoption Papers?

No, of course it isn't about the possibility he might be gay, no, of course not, it's just the lies.

Pot, kettle, black.  Yeah, that's it, black...

1 comment:

Edward Haines said...

Robert, You really need to stop reading this garbage. It is doing bad things to your blood pressure. Realize that these are the same people (or close friends) of the guy who tells us that the Constitution convention was very opposed to belief in evolution and wanted to include Creationism science in the Constitution. This even though Darwin did not publish his work for another several decades.