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dogdidit



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 11 2008,20:37   

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BarryA
10/11/2008
7:51 pm

terry fillups, even the leftists at ABC News knew they could not make the blatantly false connection between Palin and the Alaska Independence Party stick. See

http://blogs.abcnews.com/polit.....-frin.html

It took me 30 seconds and one Google search to debunk your balderdash. You are on probation. If I catch you trying to use this site as a forum for spreading glaringly untrue, easily-debunked-with-30-seconds-of-effort lies again, you will be outta here.

Gee, BarmyA, I can use Teh Google too! From a different post by the same "leftist" at ABC News:
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So the facts are: Gov. Palin was not a member of this third-party ("Alaska First -- Alaska Always") that wants Alaskans to get a vote on whether or not the state can secede from the U.S. But her husband was a long-time member, and at least two AIP officials recall her attending the 1994 convention, though she says she did not attend.

linky

This would seem to support terry fillups point made earlier in the thread:
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The question you are ignoring is the Palins association with the secessionist AIP.

It took me 30 seconds and one Google search to debunk your balderdash, BarmyA. You are on probation. If I catch you trying to use UD as a forum for spreading glaringly untrue, easily-debunked-with-30-seconds-of-effort lies again, you will be mocked. MOCKED I tell you. Mercilessly mocked, with all the mocking mocked-up mockery I can summon.

So there.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 11 2008,22:30   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 11 2008,19:01)
*Drags the Nixplanatory thread out from the garage. Drains and replaces the oil. Puts in a new plug. Taps some dirt out of the air cleaner and puts it back (no spare). Primes it. It starts on the first pull.*

Okay. Ready.

Dave has a special message for you:
 
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Terry Fillups is hasta la bye bye. Please update your bannination lists accordingly.


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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 11 2008,22:51   

LOL. Whata buncha tools.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 11 2008,22:57   

Quote (Ptaylor @ Oct. 11 2008,22:30)
 
Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 11 2008,19:01)
*Drags the Nixplanatory thread out from the garage. Drains and replaces the oil. Puts in a new plug. Taps some dirt out of the air cleaner and puts it back (no spare). Primes it. It starts on the first pull.*

Okay. Ready.

Dave has a special message for you:
     
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Terry Fillups is hasta la bye bye. Please update your bannination lists accordingly.

If you blinked you missed it. And here is what I saw (and saved) when Boston was replacing Josh Beckett.* So sayeth Terry Fillups:
         
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Barry,

Perhaps you should have spent a little more time on Google, as you might have found Palin’s address to the AIP convention here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwvPNXYrIyI

That aside, you have missed my point. Perhaps it was too subtle, so let me spell it out for you.  If you wish to call the link between the Palins and the AIP specious, fine, I won’t argue. But you are willing to abet trafficking in the connection between Obama and Ayers that is based the flimsier evidence that they served together on the Annenberg Challenge. Use your mad google skillz to learn a little about the Annenbergs and you will find that they are rock-ribbed Republicans.  So, why do you suppose they are associating with a known terrorist like Ayers?

Dave:

         
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Given that the Alaska Independence Party is a native American party……Are you some sort of anti-Native American bigot or something? Please explain.


Joe Vogler, founder of the AIP, was no native Alaskan. He was born in Kansas and didn’t move to Alaska until he was an adult. He also had known ties to revolutionary government of Iran, who sponsored him to speak at the UN. An engagement that was forestalled due to his untimely death in the aforementioned plastic explosives deal gone bad. So, it has nothing to do with a bias against Native Americans, many of whom I associate with up here in Oklahoma. So, I would advice that you leaving the race-baiting to professionals like Jesse Jackson.

Nice touch challenging Dave about his self-professed street cred with the minority community (I love my fellow Okies), although you probably should have slipped a comment in there about Dave being the one with a bias against Inuits.

* Is anyone else watching the Red Sox - Rays game?  Holy cow!

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,00:43   

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* Is anyone else watching the Red Sox - Rays game?  Holy cow

Well THAT was one hell of a baseball game. Whew.

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Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,01:05   

DaveTard:
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Forget About Global Warming Again?
DaveScot

...We have a keen nose for bogus science here, folks.


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Ptaylor



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,03:02   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 12 2008,01:05)
DaveTard:
       
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Forget About Global Warming Again?
DaveScot

...We have a keen nose for bogus science here, folks.

Nice catch. It's in the same vein as:
   
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The misreporting of the evolution issue is one key reason for this site.

seen at the footer of each Evolution News and Views post.

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Jkrebs



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,08:20   

Probably ought to record this for posterity:

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KeithDP

10/12/2008

1:26 am

Dave

I’ve never posted here before and I hesitate to do so now. I’m a supporter and fan of the I.D movement. I read the works of Denyse (whom I’ve met more than once) and Bill Dembski with great interest and promote them to friends.

But lately I regret that this site has become so blatantly political. Now I’m Canadian and I won’t be voting in your election, but naturally I’m interested in what the neigbours are doing.

Have you really banned Terry Fillups for his posts on this thread? That seems thin skinned in the extreme. I don’t think the ABC link disproves what he said which was,

“The question you are ignoring is the Palins association with the secessionist AIP.”

Now it is true that Sarah Palin was never a member but her husband was for six years (1995-2001), even if only a casual member. He is half of the Palins.

But what is not true is that the Alaska Independence Party is as you say:

“a native American party whose goal is to govern their own native lands”

Absolutely not true. You’ve been misinformed. The founder of the party (Google him)named Joe Vogler was a died in the wool secessionist. He is buried in Canada because he refused to be buried under the American flag and wished his corpse removed to Alaska only at such time as it is independant. He was certainly not just opposed to certain American institutions. In fact he died three weeks before he was to speak to the United Nations (1993)on the subject of Alaskan Independance, a speech sponsored by that bastion of free expression, the Mullahocracy of Iran.

Today while not every member of the AIP is a sessionist it seems clear that many of the rank and file are.

Try to find anything regarding native rights on their website:

http://www.akip.org/index.html

So suggesting that Terry Fillups (whom I don’t know from Adam) may be, “some sort of anti-Native American bigot” was baseless and unjust.

I can’t wait until this site rediscovers Intelligent Design and the study of Design in nature, or as I think of it: Creation.

With respect,

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,08:54   

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All that aside, secessionist parties are a far cry from things like the American Nazi Party, the American Communist Party, and so forth.


Right, Dave; both of which Obama is/was a member of?  I fail to see your point.

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carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,10:10   

Davey engages in revisionism
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Keith

You didn’t see Fillip’s final response where he dropped all pretense of civility and let Barry Arrington have it with both barrels.

Actually, it wasn't Barry that he let have it. He merely suggested that, when Barry was connecting the dots between Barack Obama and William Ayers, that he might want to ponder why the line gets drawn right through the middle of a charitable foundation run by lifelong conservative Republicans. It was you, Dave, that Terry let have it with both barrels because of your posing as some sort of open minded person when it comes to racial issues. You, the person who blamed the banking crisis on a 30 year old law that helped minorities get home loans.

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All that aside, secessionist parties are a far cry from things like the American Nazi Party, the American Communist Party, and so forth.

Even secessionists parties that feel the need to buy plastic explosives?  Why are you defending terrorists, Dave?

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Dr.GH



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,11:56   

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Even secessionists parties that feel the need to buy plastic explosives?  Why are you defending terrorists, Dave?

Well, I have it from inside sources that the explosives were only for blowing up stumps out in the pasture. But, the buy was set up as a trap by the Sierra Club and the ATF. </yougottobekidding>

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Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,14:36   

DaveTard:
 
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Phillip J. Berg and The October Surprise
DaveScot...

Some newspapers following this:

Dallas Examiner 10/12/08: Where’s Obama’s proof of citizenship?...

DaveTard, the "Dallas Examiner" (complete with graphic of Dallas) becomes "The Cleveland Examiner" (actually "Examiner.com Cleveland," complete with Cleveland skyline graphic) when viewed from a northern Ohio IP address. It's not a newspaper at all, dumbass; it's a fucking blog entitled "The Right Side Political Examiner" that detects the IP from which you access it and disguises itself accordingly. Just the sort of high quality source you admire.

Idiot.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,15:50   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 12 2008,12:36)
DaveTard:
   
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Phillip J. Berg and The October Surprise
DaveScot...

Some newspapers following this:

Dallas Examiner 10/12/08: Where’s Obama’s proof of citizenship?...

DaveTard, the "Dallas Examiner" (complete with graphic of Dallas) becomes "The Cleveland Examiner" (actually "Examiner.com Cleveland," complete with Cleveland skyline graphic) when viewed from a northern Ohio IP address. It's not a newspaper at all, dumbass; it's a fucking blog entitled "The Right Side Political Examiner" that detects the IP from which you access it and disguises itself accordingly. Just the sort of high quality source you admire.

Idiot.

Funny thing -- it's Examiner.com San Francisco in the SF Bay Area.

The Examiner is only a little less prestigious than the NY Daily News here.

Funny they're pushing this, since McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone.

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Ptaylor



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,16:32   

From the October surprise thread:
 
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Both comments and pings are currently closed.


Edit: H/T to Reciprocating Bill for my new sig line.

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ERV



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,18:32   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 12 2008,14:36)
DaveTard:
   
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Phillip J. Berg and The October Surprise
DaveScot...

Some newspapers following this:

Dallas Examiner 10/12/08: Where’s Obama’s proof of citizenship?...

DaveTard, the "Dallas Examiner" (complete with graphic of Dallas) becomes "The Cleveland Examiner" (actually "Examiner.com Cleveland," complete with Cleveland skyline graphic) when viewed from a northern Ohio IP address. It's not a newspaper at all, dumbass; it's a fucking blog entitled "The Right Side Political Examiner" that detects the IP from which you access it and disguises itself accordingly. Just the sort of high quality source you admire.

Idiot.

I didnt know DaveTard was in Dallas!!!

He and I can go shopping next time I make an IKEA run!!!

  
Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,19:20   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Oct. 12 2008,15:36)
DaveTard:
 
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Phillip J. Berg and The October Surprise
DaveScot...

Some newspapers following this:

Dallas Examiner 10/12/08: Where’s Obama’s proof of citizenship?...

DaveTard, the "Dallas Examiner" (complete with graphic of Dallas) becomes "The Cleveland Examiner" (actually "Examiner.com Cleveland," complete with Cleveland skyline graphic) when viewed from a northern Ohio IP address. It's not a newspaper at all, dumbass; it's a fucking blog entitled "The Right Side Political Examiner" that detects the IP from which you access it and disguises itself accordingly. Just the sort of high quality source you admire.

Idiot.

Now it's gone. And you're still a dumbass.

Behold the POWER of ridiculative selection (sound of gloved fist crunching).

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 12 2008,19:32   

hey mine says the nashville examiner!  WTF?  That's crazy.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,06:30   

Mine says National Examiner.  All your examiner are belong to me.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,08:01   

DaveTard shoots self in foot....again (bolding mine):

     
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Bill Maher’s “Religulous” documentary a flop?
DaveScot

Bill Maher’s “Religulous” documentary mocking religion in the United States opening weekend box office revenues were 10% higher than “Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed”. Our atheist Darwinian friends proclaimed that Expelled was a flop. By that standard so is Religulous.

Correction: That should read our atheist and theistic Darwinian friends… the common denominator is being in the tank for Darwin. Mibad.


OK, let's see what that handy little link you provided has to say:

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Opening Weekend Theater Count: 1,052
Opening Weekend Revenues: $2,970,848

Religulous  
Opening Weekend Theater Count: 502
Opening Weekend Revenues: $3,409,643

Now, Dave we're going to review our percentages:

((3,409,643/2,970,848) -1) * 100 = 14.77003

Do you see what you did wrong there? Yes, that's right. Very good, Dave:  you indeed did fuck up simple arithmetic.

OK, now stay with me here Dave:

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Total Time In Release:  56 days
Total Revenues: $7,690,545

Religulous
Total Time In Release (so far): 12 days
Total Revenues (so far): $6,702,000

(6,702,000/7,690,545) * 100 = 87.14597
(12/56) * 100 = 21

Still with me?  No? OK, let me explain:  in just a bit more than one-fifth the time, Religulous has earned over four-fifths the money Expelled did during its entire run in theaters.  So far.  Oh, and most, if not all, of those ticket sales were actually paid for by the actual film-goers.

   
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Correction: That should read our atheist and theistic Darwinian friends… the common denominator is being in the tank for Darwin. Mibad.


Correction:  Dave, you know you don't have any friends.  Stop making stuff up.

(Edited for some typographical stuff)

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,08:22   

DaveTard threatens harsh, unprecedented actions:
 
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...I’m opening comments again but if I see any links to Obama’s websites like FightTheSmears or FactCheck or other left wing apologistas the comment and the commenter will be removed.

Like "The Dallas Examiner" was removed. Like that.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,08:45   

On the other hand, right-wing apologistas are A-OK, I'm sure.

But of course we're for strengths and weaknesses, critical thinking, teaching the controversy, etc.

Except when we aren't.

Hypocrites.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,09:53   

We know that DaveScot can be incredibly stupid when he wants to be, but if I was one of the ID supporters at UD, I'd be starting to question weather DaveScot was a troll that was just trying to make them look bad.

Turning the leading ID website into Stormfront is certainly not going to help their chances of ever being accepted as "mainstream". Though I suppose it'll help them recruit KKK members and neo-nazis.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,11:17   

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DaveScot: Rumor mill (unverified)

http://texasdarlin.wordpress.com/2008....rmation

Kenyan birth certificate located.


From the rumor mill:

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texas darlin blog: I have received an *unverified* tip that certified copies of a Kenyan Birth Certificate (BC) for Obama were sent from Kenya, and have been received by three separate individuals. I am told that these documents are certified, with an embossed seal, and display the name of the hospital where Obama was born, as well as witness signatures.

So what are the consequences of this information from a Nigerian Prince an official, witnessed, unverified, certified document with an embossed seal? Deported ...

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texas darlin blog: The issue of whether or not he was Natural Born under Article II of the Constitution of the United States would cease to matter and he would need to be Deported as an Illegal Alien.

And we mustn't forget the purge.

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texas darlin blog: Impeachment as a Senator would seem not to be necessary since he would never Legally have been one, but Diane Feinstein and the members of the Senate Ethics and Rules Committee would be liable to Impeachment.

Or the criminal trials.

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texas darlin blog:He would be guilty of Fraud and a list of other offenses and any and all persons who had aided him would be guilty of Misprision, in all probability.

Texas darlin blog adds a well-considered caveat.

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texas darlin blog: I do not insist that any of this is true and to me it makes little difference if it is

Uncommon Descent commenters ponder the consequences.

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William J. Murray: I think it would be the end of the Democratic party as we know it, because they and Hillary would be seen as part and parcel of the conspiracy to keep this information from the public. It would devastate the party beyond repair, IMO.


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tragic mishap: Can’t get a better sound byte than this: Obama lied about his place of birth to cover up the fact that he’s ineligible to be POTUS. Game over.




Edited attribution.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,11:43   

yeah and if arden's mom had tits on her back she'd be a five sided triangle.  or something.

all you have to do is gently puff a little smoke over there and everyone gets high.  god what a bunch of tards.  Davescot is king of the tards.

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,11:57   

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all you have to do is gently puff a little smoke over there and everyone gets high.  god what a bunch of tards.  Davescot is king of the tards.

They need to encourage blogger Gary Brunson (five-week old fetus) to sign up at UD.
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,12:03   

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tragic mishap: Can’t get a better sound byte than this: Obama lied about his place of birth to cover up the fact that he’s ineligible to be POTUS. Game over.

"Game over"? This is like antievolution all over again. A few total idiots making up their own reality on the internet, imagining heroic victories, while the regular world continues without them.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,12:11   

Davetard says:
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In any case, if McCain is polling behind Obama in the final week before Nov. 4th, they’re likely going to blast Obama’s refusal to provide the public with school records, birth certificates, and passport and foreign travel history among other things across every television screen in every battleground state. Rumor has it the RNC has documented proof that Obama isn’t qualified but they’re keeping it to themselves as long as possible and hopefully forever but not if that means losing the election. It’s their ace-in-the-hole to be turned over only if absolutely necessary


Wow.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,12:14   

Quote (stevestory @ Oct. 13 2008,18:03)
Quote (Zachriel @ Oct. 13 2008,12:17)
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tragic mishap: Can’t get a better sound byte than this: Obama lied about his place of birth to cover up the fact that he’s ineligible to be POTUS. Game over.

"Game over"? This is like antievolution all over again. A few total idiots making up their own reality on the internet, imagining heroic victories, while the regular world continues without them.

Davescot is quite fond of conspiracy mongering.
Does anybody remember DCA, a chemotherapeutic agent sold as a drug for 150lbs "pets" without clinical trials?

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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,12:25   

Quote (dnmlthr @ Oct. 13 2008,12:14)
Davescot is quite fond of conspiracy mongering.

I am rather surprised that they haven't picked up on this story (see original for referenced photographic evidence).
 
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John on March 13, 2008

Well, it’s obvious the MSM is giving Obama a free ride in this election, so once again it falls to humble bloggers like myself to get the facts out. Oh, sure, I know you read that headline and you’re thinking, “Barack Obama an alien?! That’s crazy.” I know how it sounds. All I’m saying is don’t be so sure until you’ve considered the evidence.

  1. Where did he come from? He’s only been on the national scene 4 years. Before that he did something in Illinois. But his youth remains shrouded in mystery. And has anyone noticed how touchy Obama’s people are about his past. They say he grew up in Hawaii and Indonesia, as if those are right nearby each other! I know some people have suggested he’s hiding a boyhood connection to Islam, but the truth is far more disturbing. Obama grew up on another planet! (possibly Mar’xennui which orbits a red sun in the constellation Lyra). Need more proof?
  2. What’s with that name? Um…am I the only person remembering a certain alien visitor and his dying words to his giant killer robot, i.e. “Klattu Barada Nikto.” I’m told by reliable sources on the Klingon language usenet group that an alternate phrasing could be “Klattu Barack Diebold” which roughly translated means “Vote Barack!” Coincidence? You won’t think so when an army of cycloptic, anodized poll watchers land on the National Mall come November. Consider yourself warned and keep watching the skies!
  3. The Fainting: It’s well known that people faint wherever Barack speaks. Until now everyone has assumed this is a response to his ginormous personal charisma or possibly just a result of standing in the sun too long. But there’s a better explanation, one that fits all the facts. It’s simple really. What do all these people have in common? Think about it. They faint after getting close enough to see the real Barack! People don’t just swoon for no reason. Something they saw shocked them into unconsciousness. Could it be the scales on his knuckles?!! I know what you’re thinking, “What scales on his knuckles?” Well, you’ve never seen a close-up of his hands, have you? No and you won’t. That’s because they look like this! How’d you like to see that thing clutching a bottle of Evian behind a lectern. Trust me, you’d faint too.
  4. The Slogan: Obama has dubbed himself an “outsider” and the candidate of “change.” Well, he’s an outsider all right. Way, way outside if you know what I mean. As for “change in Washington” how obvious can it get. I mean, can you think of a bigger change than having aliens run the White House? No I didn’t think so.
  5. Photographic proof? A friend of a friend has sent me the final proof of my Barack-is-an-alien hypothesis. Take a look at this photo. That’s the original, unretouched image from the Rolling Stone photo shoot. No hands showing (wouldn’t want to have to explain those talons would you Barack!!). But do you notice anything else out of the ordinary?

     Look like anyone else you know?

So there it is. I know it still seems far-fetched but I ask you, what’s more likely? That a one term Senator with no experience to speak of suddenly defeats the Clinton political machine and rises to the most powerful position in the world on the strength of his oratory?

Or that he’s an alien plant.

And when I say plant I don’t mean like a carrot or broccoli, that’s a whole ‘nother type of alien (which I’m rarely in contact with). No, I mean a plant as in the Manchurian Candidate, only in this case Manchuria has twin suns and serves spring rolls made out of human skulls.

Sure, my theory is a little nutty, but no more so than Obama’s economic blueprint for America. We could examine it more closely but, like Obama, I’m asking you to just believe.

And, hey, keep an eye on the guys hands.

Update: Someone contacted me to say they see the ineffable logic behind my theory, except for one thing. How could the aliens know the Democrats would win? First of all, just because someone has three-fingered talons for hands doesn’t mean they’re stupid. It doesn’t take alien ESP to figure out that the Democrats have this one in the bag.

Anyway, I have it on good authority [Hat tip to Iggy at Stormfront] that the aliens had a plant in both parties…

Update 2: Hillary has been trying to get this out there in her usual subtle way. Here’s a description of her appearance on Ellen Degeneres talk show recently:

   Asked by host Ellen Degeneres what the biggest misperception about her is, Clinton chirpily replied: “You know, that I’m some kind of creature from an alien world, I suppose.”


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It's natural to be curious about our world, but the scientific method is just one theory about how to best understand it.  We live in a democracy, which means we should treat every theory equally. - Steven Colbert, I Am America (and So Can You!)

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 13 2008,12:27   

Andrew Sullivan has a nice article about Obama's genius at playing rope-a-dope, luring his opponents into making themselves look like complete morons:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol....049.ece

first the Clintons, then McCain, now the most dangerous prey of all: some unemployed guy who needs to get out of the houseboat more writing on a low-rated creationist blog.

  
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