From World Net Daily today:
"Shocker! Most Americans know
of Obama eligibility questions"
This startling result from a poll done for World Net Daily by Wenzel Strategies, a "polling" firm from Ohio.
Why did I put quotes around the word "polling?" Well, I wondered who this Wenzel guy might be, so I spent a few minutes with Google. Here's a sample of what I came up with:
"Wenzel, who worked for years as a GOP political operative in Oregon before the Blade hired him, quit the Blade in May 2005 to take a job as a paid political consultant to Jean Schmidt, the Republican congressional candidate (and certified lunatic- G.E.) who in August narrowly defeated Democratic challenger (and Iraq war vet) Paul Hackett. "
Sounds like the ideal person to offer us unbiased, scientific poll results, huh?
Now, guys at WND, if people are concerned about Obama's birth certificate, I think you deserve a lot of the "credit." (Oops, there go those quotes again. Just to be clear, by "credit," I mean "condemnation and ridicule." Okay?) After all, today you have once again broken your all time world record, by posting thirteen stories about Obama's birth certificate. Keep up the "good" work! (And by "good," I mean "bad.")
Catch ya later.
Update: Oops, Green Eagle made a huge mistake here. Did any of you go to WND and discover his inexcuable lapse of journalistic standards? No? I wonder why? Anyway, Joseph Farah, the founder and head of WND devoted his remarks to Obama's birth certificate today. That means that there were not thirteen, but fourteen posts on WND today about Obama's birth certificate. The Green Eagle World Records Registry recognizes its failure, and offers Mr. Farah and all of the "journalists" at WND our heartfelt apologies.
Whoops, there go those quotes again. I suspect Green Eagle meant something other than "journalist" when he referred to the staff at WND.