The stupidity never stops:
Walter E. Williams, Town Hall: "The Racism of Diversity "
Because giving everyone an equal chance is the biggest racism of all.
Ben Shapiro, Town Hall: "Anguish Across the Globe as Obama Rolls Back American Influence"
Nothing to support this contention in the article, which strings together a few made-up stories about people overseas. But then, what else can you do when you don't have any actual facts to support your claims?
Dick Morris, Town Hall: "If the Democrats obey Obama's commands and pass health-care reform legislation by the August recess, they will be committing partisan suicide, akin to lemmings going over the cliff en masse."
Because only three fourths of the American people want a public option. Dick, the other ones are too busy looking for Obama's Martian birth certificate to get up to that much complaining, so I think we'll take our chances.
Jeff Emmanuel, Red State: "Lesson One for Capitol Hill Interns: Don’t Publicly Mock Your Member’s Constituents"
No, Jeff. Lesson one for Capitol Hill Interns is, don't go home with any Republican congressmen.
Erick Erickson, Red State: "Does Anyone Really Care That History’s Greatest Monster is No Longer a Southern Baptist?"
Hitler? Napoleon? Stalin? Cthulhu? I never knew any of them were Southern Baptists. Oh wait- he's talking about Jimmy Carter- History's Greatest Monster!
You go with that, Erick. You're going to convince a lot of people on that one.
Family Research Council: "VIDEO: Watch Sen. Orrin Hatch Expose Democrats' Abortion Agenda in Health Care"
No thanks, guys.
Chuck Baldwin, Renew America: "Serious students of history, however, cannot mistake the similarities between the British Crown in 1775 and the federal government in Washington, D.C., today."
Seriously deranged students, Chuck. Besides, you left out the Nazis and Pol Pot. Aren't they similar to Obama too?
World Net Daily: "Global Warming or Global Governance-Experts document true agenda behind 'climate change' frenzy"
Experts, huh. I see. All of those scientists are engaged in a plot to take over the world. That's a good theory. I'll be interested in your attempts to push that one.
World Net Daily: "Did radical Muslims help send Obama to Harvard?"
God, what next. I thought it was Bill Ayers. I guess the Muslims picked him out as a college student, and prepared him to take over the country. Is there no end to the unique combination of lies and idiocy that make up the stock in trade of the right?
World Net Daily: "Palin to feds: Thanks, but Alaska can rule itself"
Maybe, Sarah, now that you've quit.
World Net Daily: "Gadget 'translates' your dog's woofs into words"
But can it translate Republican claims into the truth? No, I don't think it will be doing that anytime soon.
Newt Gingrich, Human Events: "The Press Conference President Obama Could Give"
I'll tell you what, Newt, you pathetic ass, you give that press conference when someone elects you president. Fat chance, huh?
I don't think Obama needs your advice.
Michael F. Cannon, Cato Institute: "I may lose my health policy decoder ring for asking this, but should we really be focusing specifically on covering the uninsured? What do we think covering the uninsured would accomplish?"
Oh, I don't know, Michael. That's a tough one, there. Maybe covering the uninsured would accomplish helping them to get medical care. How about that idea? Do you think it might accomplish that? You know, don't you, that that's the idea behind covering the uninsured, don't you?
Or could it be that you don't care about them, only about yourself? Maybe that's it.
Rich Hrebic, American "Thinker:" "One Step Closer to Losing Your Right to Health Care"
By getting a right to health care. That's how you will lose your right to health care. Which, by the way, you don't have at all, now, unless you can pay for it. Conservative logic in a nutshell: getting a right to health care is losing the right to health care. Thanks, Rich, for that helpful contribution to our national discussion on the issue.