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1 kirkspencer  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 5:53:51am

Constitution be damned, of course. I think the word is "projection".

2 Sionainn  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 7:21:03am

Years ago, there was a friend of my husband's family who was really into conspiracy theories. I got a kick out of him because I had never ever met someone like him. I remember one Thanksgiving where he was going on about how Clinton was going to declare martial law so he could stay in office past his two terms. I bet him $100. Unfortunately, I didn't see him again to collect because grandma moved to another state.

It used to be that there weren't many of these people out there, but now it seems to be quite a huge chunk. Makes me wonder about the intelligence of the general public.

3 aagcobb  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 7:55:02am

I love this conspiracy theory; the economy is going to boom and we will all love the President! I hope they are right. Its a lot better than all the doom and gloom about how American is on the verge of destruction.

4 nines09  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 8:47:52am

I have to get a mailing list of these folks and make up my own insane "Newsletter" with crazy anti Obama bullshit and insane commentary along with a handful of nutty elected officials endorsement and I"LL BE FUCKING RICH!!!!
"Nines09 brings the truth to the surface from the depths of depravity in the "Kenyan White House". The story no one else is telling!"
"Nines09's secret conversations with a White House insider exposes Obamas' Shocking Plan for Religious Freedoms."
"Nines09 rips the lid off the Gun Grab that is coming!"
"What does Obamas dog eat? You'll be SHOCKED! Nines09 tells all!"

5 watching you tiny alien kittens are  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 8:56:31am

To be fair I remember quite a few Moonbats saying that Bush II would drum up some calamity and then use it as a pretext to suspend elections and stay in office.

Of course no one ever mentions how it is that the 22nd Amendment is going the magically disappear overnight. It just isn't going to happen, good luck on getting those state legislatures to ratify a repeal so that Obama could stay in office. Hell, the conspiracies about Bush II were more believable than this and they were nothing but a few Moonbat's scary nightmares.

6 Skip Intro  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 9:40:16am

re: #2 Sionainn

It used to be that there weren't many of these people out there, but now it seems to be quite a huge chunk. Makes me wonder about the intelligence of the general public.

The percent of the 47% who aren't in the top 1% are definitely suspect.

7 Skip Intro  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 9:42:20am

re: #4 nines09

I have to get a mailing list of these folks and make up my own insane "Newsletter" with crazy anti Obama bullshit and insane commentary along with a handful of nutty elected officials endorsement and I"LL BE FUCKING RICH!!!!
"Nines09 brings the truth to the surface from the depths of depravity in the "Kenyan White House". The story no one else is telling!"
"Nines09's secret conversations with a White House insider exposes Obamas' Shocking Plan for Religious Freedoms."
"Nines09 rips the lid off the Gun Grab that is coming!"
"What does Obamas dog eat? You'll be SHOCKED! Nines09 tells all!"

You'll have to do a lot better than that. Every one of your items is already an established fact in Republican circles.

8 nines09  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 10:00:06am

re: #7 Skip Intro

You'll have to do a lot better than that. Every one of your items is already an established fact in Republican circles.

I know. I'll have to really mine the depths of insanity to hook my subscribers. Maybe if I shoot meth for about 7 weeks straight and then do a 2 week LSD trip and finish up with five gallons of Toluene I might get close.....

9 Skip Intro  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 10:16:28am

re: #8 nines09

I know. I'll have to really mine the depths of insanity to hook my subscribers. Maybe if I shoot meth for about 7 weeks straight and then do a 2 week LSD trip and finish up with five gallons of Toluene I might get close.....

I'm willing to help you out here. If you'll just spend a couple of hours every day at this site, I think you'll get inspiration.

Warning. Make sure your shields are at full power before clicking on the link.

10 aagcobb  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 10:24:54am

re: #9 Skip Intro

I'm willing to help you out here. If you'll just spend a couple of hours every day at this site, I think you'll get inspiration.

Warning. Make sure your shields are at full power before clicking on the link.

OK, you need to give a warning before you link to Orly Taitz. For one thing, her website is chock full of malware.

11 nines09  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 10:32:09am

re: #10 aagcobb

OK, you need to give a warning before you link to Orly Taitz. For one thing, her website is chock full of malware.

Along with her head.

12 Skip Intro  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 11:39:43am

re: #10 aagcobb

OK, you need to give a warning before you link to Orly Taitz. For one thing, her website is chock full of malware.

Well, I thought I did with "Warning. Make sure your shields are at full power before clicking on the link.".

Since I now feel bad, I'll give you a free peek with no danger to you.

"ObamaNazi regime is censoring everything, including the new “aider and Abetter Central” Tracy is asking the public to ad the names of people they suspect to be accomplices of ObamaNazi regime".

This is what nines09 needs to work towards.

13 nines09  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 1:00:31pm

re: #12 Skip Intro

Ah. Internment camps. Purity tests. Proper documentation. I'll need a total lobotomy it seems.

14 Mich-again  Thu, Nov 29, 2012 7:58:39pm

Thankfully I am on the email distribution list of several RW nut jobs..

It just might be the finest free entertainment other than the public boat launch ramp and traffic court.


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