Yes, folks, climate change deniers really are this dense.
At Michelle Malkin’s fake news site twitchy.com, they’re definitively refuting the liberals who claim that Google doesn’t post Doodles with religious themes, by helpfully posting previous Google Doodles featuring religious themes: Google Defenders: Google Doesn’t Post Doodles for Religious Holidays | Twitchy.
The religious themes featured previously by Google include: Santa Claus, chimneys, elves, toys, choo-choo trains, snowflakes and snowmen.
‘Tis the season for wingnuts to recycle their anti-Obama memes, and once again we find them diligently counting words in Obama’s speeches, in order to prove — prove, I say! — that the President is an uppity malignant narcissist who thinks he’s important for some reason: Obama Uses Funeral Service to Talk About Himself | the Weekly Standard.
President Barack Obama used the funeral for Hawaii senator Daniel Inouye to talk about himself. In the short 1,600 word speech, Obama used the word “my” 21 times, “me” 12 times, and “I” 30 times.
If you saw the President’s speech about Daniel Inouye, you know it was a touching, heartfelt tribute to the Senator from Obama’s state of birth. So naturally, the right wing was provoked into paroxysms of rage and personal pronoun-counting.
This non-argument is not supposed to convince anyone (how could it?); it’s just a numb-skulled tactic the wingnut chattering classes have been using to rile up the knuckle-draggers for years, recycling it at periodic intervals when they can’t think of any other way to attack Obama.
For example, here’s our post on an idiotic word-counting exercise by George Will in 2009: Ready … Set … Now Count Those Words!
At least we know some of them can actually count.
Wait, what? A “Tea Party response” to the President’s State of the Union address, to be delivered by whom?
You’re kidding, right?
“We are excited to have Herman Cain deliver the 2nd Tea Party State of the Union response next week,” Tea Party Express chief strategist Sal Russo said in a statement.