Monday, June 23, 2008

An Anti-Obama Attack Book? (Ooh, I'm SHAKIN'...)

We're now informed that the same group of loonies who attacked John Kerry in 2004 plan to release a book on the "real" Barack Obama which promises to "blow the lid off" him.

Wow. I can hardly stand the suspense. I love a good fabrication.

Here's my favorite 'graph from the story:

"Conservative journalist David Freddoso’s 'The Case Against Barack Obama' will offer 'a comprehensive, factual look at Obama,' according to Regnery Publishing president and publisher Marjory Ross."

"Comprehensive and factual." Rrrrrrriiiiight.

Why can't Marjory Ross just be happy living off of her "Happy Days" royalties, anyway?

(What was that? Oh...I see...never mind.)

Apparently, these folks don't realize how they poison the well of their own credibility by choosing a combative title making a case "against" someone. It will no doubt sell more copies than human cadaver five-dollar hooker conservative "columnist" Ann Coulter's "Treason." And I hope she chokes on that.

Isn't it amazing how these conservative journalists are experts on everything? Wow. They told us everything about John Kerry, and now they're going to tell us everything about Barack Obama.

It's too bad they couldn't have told us everything about George Bush and Dick Cheney way back when. It might have saved us eight years of embarrassment and wasted resources.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw on Fox News Network that Barrack plans to remake the Presidential seal with his name on it! I think he may put his face on the ten dollar bill too. That would be great, have you seen the old codger they got on there now? He wasn't even ever a president.
How about a book about McCain and 2 or 3 chapters on his wife. she inherited the world's largest beer distributorship from her Dad who spent more time behind bars than a Canary. Ed

12:02 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I like the idea of the McCain book...but I'm sure some esoteric right-wing historian will point out that the Kennedys' money came from illegal bootlegging all those eons ago...

Plus, each side already believes what they want to anyway, so hopefully this book won't do anything new except possibly turn a few middle-of-the-road voters against the conservatives for dirty tactics. Barack's smart to play it clean...

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Kennedy's won without the support of the religious right. The Bible belt and fundamentalists claim they could never support a man who's wife distributes the demon rum.
It is all moot anyway because once martial law goes into affect there won't be an election. Condi is over there egging the Israeli's on to attack Iran so bush can say Hey I didn't do it but we must support our friends. I saw it on 60 minutes whee the reporter asked an Israeli military man if they new about Iran's nuclear program and he said they new exactly where they were but they were too far underground. The next day Condi flew to Israel to make a deal selling missiles capable of destroying deep underground chambers and telling them they have to hurry, why said the Israeli's the Iranians are years from developing a missile capable of reaching Israel. But the election is in November that's why dammit! Ed

3:14 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I think if they cancelled the election this time, ugly things would happen. They'd NEED martial law to control the populace, which gets ever poorer by the day. When they all wake up and realize this is no longer America and they have nothing left to lose, I wouldn't want to be sitting in the Repube chair...

3:39 PM  
Blogger Maddog said...

I'm sure this book will tell us everything we need to know about Obama. And while it's at it, it will distract us from the reality that McCain is a repeat of George Bush and we should only vote for him if we want more of the same. Unfortunately most of America is distracted by "Shiny" things and won't look at the real issues.

3:36 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

"most of America is distracted by "Shiny" things"

You're right, Maddog--that's why this is probably going to be one of those Little Golden Books, like "The Little Engine That Could." (That's about the reading level of its target audience, anyway.)

10:09 AM  
Blogger American Girl said...

Oh that's just great. Now the stupid will have something to read this summer.

5:20 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

And if they run out, I have some of my old Richard Scarry picture books from when I was a little kid that I rescued from storage!

(Oh, scratch that--they're beyond the reading level of these folks. And why should I share with them, anyway?)

8:40 PM  

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