Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Crazy Obama Conspiracy Theory

Remember how I told you I'm fascinated by conspiracy theories? The crazier the better?

You don't? That's fine. Just know, the more insane, the better!

Yep, this one, even though it's a total farce, is scary in the fact that there are really people who think this way. The probably live next door to you, too!

The red-necked American, delusional mind is a terrible thing to waste....

Go curl up with your assault rifle and check this out:

The Real Reason Obama Can't Be President...

2 comments:

Autumnforest said...

Wickedly crazy--I think you hit the motherlode. I had an older brother that I used to antagonize with conspiracy theories because he was like "Mr. Spock" and very logic-minded. If he said something was blue, I made an argument it was red. Decades later he and his family moved nearby and finally we were together again. I harassed him that "man never was on the moon" and it became an ongoing hilarious dialogue. Of course I didn't believe the conspiracy I was backing, but seeing him turn red and get all animated was so worth it (he was a big brother who used to get me in the middle of pinecone fights with warring treefort building kids in the woods) Little girls never forget these things! Unfortunately, within a year, he was in a hospital bed dying and I visited him, bringing him a tape of Simon and Garfunkel (because I always said their song was a "Hazy Shade of Wisdom" instead of "Winter" and I confessed I'd been baiting him for years. He shook his head and laughed. "I knew it! I thought you were too smart to believe what you were saying, at least I hoped so." He chuckled. I then got up to leave the room when visiting hours were over and turned to him and said, "but we didn't go to the moon!" and then I winked! The last thing I heard from him was his laughter. Yeah, we need these "kooks" or where else would we get good laughs daily by an unending supply of close-minded, frightened, backwoods inbreeds?

DKC said...

Obama has it all over most adherents to these theories because he actually knows who his father was and it wasn't his mother's brother.