"Projections of what will happen before November 6, 2012:
• Major, widespread terrorist attack campaign throughout the United States
• Martial law
• Use of concentration camps – FEMA camps
• Major tactical nuclear war in the Middle East
• Assassinations of top political leaders and military generals
• Civil war
• Major election fraud will occur – big surprise there
• European Union will experience an economic crash
• Major war with Mexico
• Fox News will go off the air
• Beginning of World War IV
• Stock Market crash – again
• Major recession that will dovetail into a depression"
So, how did they do? Terrorist attacks? Nope. Martial law? Nope. Concentration camps? Nope. Nuclear war? Nope. Assassinations? Nope. Civil war? Not yet. Election fraud? Only by Republicans. European economic crash? Despite the best efforts of right wing economists, not quite. War with Mexico? Not that I'd noticed. Fox News off the air? If only. World War IV? And here I even missed World War III. Stock market crash? If by "crash" you mean it doubled. Depression? Despite the dedicated work of Republicans to bring it about, that didn't happen either.
The interesting thing to me is that, though they were ludicrously wrong on all of these thirteen predictions, you can go to wingnut websites today and find every single one of them being touted daily as in our immediate future, if we don't impeach (or kill) Obama, or perhaps if we don't let the Southern States secede and resurrect the Confederate slave state.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, as the French say. Unfortunately, for right wingers, things didn't change. They just stayed the same.