But Not a Long Form, For Some Reason

This cracked me up:

(Via commenter Genine)

32 replies
  1. 1
    Texas Dem says:

    Absolute fucking genius. Pure genius. Any chance Keith or Rachel will pick this up?

  2. 2
    General Winfield Stuck says:

    LMAO. thanky you Genine!

    We can expect Gateway Pundit to put this up as a vital Public Service announcement.

  3. 3
    Genine says:

    I’m glad you all like it! It never fails to cheer me up! :-D

  4. 4
    Somebody says:

    Praise Satan!

  5. 5

    To quote my old grannie: “Me oh my and a custard pie.”

  6. 6
    Zifnab says:

    The obligatory black-guy-eating-a-watermelon was a nice touch.

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    JK says:

    Priceless and brilliant. Someone should email this to Orly Taitz for a response.

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    stinkwrinkle says:

    It actually sounds more plausible, put that way. The real birthers could never be that concise and coherent.

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    smiley says:

    A little old, no? All Hail Satin!

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    […] In video format. Funny, because, true. […]

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    El Cid says:

    How did they leave Indonesia and Barry Soetoro out of the conspiracy, along with the two Hawaii newspaper mentions of the birth? I CALL FRAUD !

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    General Winfield Stuck says:

    For once, I hope Armbinder is right.

    The worst thing that could have happened to Democrats — and the one thing that needed to happen in order to kill health reform — did not happen. The Democrats held together. Moderates were not intimidated. Don’t confuse their constituent meeting pander with changed minds.

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    linda says:

    it’s amazing to see how perplexed the villagers are by the behavior of the reichwing. this school hoohaw has finally made clear to them the level of insanity — and the danger the right pose if left unaddressed.

    they really are getting nervous, too. joe klein was clearly freaked by his travel to townhalls recently.

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    Da Bomb says:

    Praise Satan! The voodoo guy has a watermelon in his hand!

    I am so easily amused.

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    jaquestraw says:

    What about today’s court ruling………Go Birthers

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    Hail Satan! Indeed.

    @General Winfield Stuck: I enjoyed the whole article. And once again, via our precious school children, Obama marginalizes the right even more. The MSM tonight is filled with how ridiculous the ‘controversy’ was. NBC Nightly News had a quote from a 12 year old the pretty much said it all (at 2:46)


    (hope the link works).

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    General Winfield Stuck says:

    @Bad Horse’s Filly:

    He said “you” a lot

    Guess the “you” word didn’t make it into Special Ed’s word count nuttery.

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    steve s says:

    “We have forged this Birth Certificate…but not a long-form for some reason.”


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    Meanderthal says:

    Ahh, good stuff. Praise Satan!

  21. 21
    Joel says:

    I like the concept..

    But it’s a bit long and too derivative of South Park’s Scientology sketch.

    With a little polish it could be even better.

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    Wag says:

    Weird phone poll from some Billy Bob claimi g to be from the NRA. “How do you feel about the UN’s plan to ban all guns in america?”

    my explictives and hoots of laughter answered his question.

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    inthewoods says:

    Sent it to a conservative friend as a joke – sadly, all they said was “they’re right about the socialist hellhole” – that’s the problem with Republicans – no sense of humor.

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    Sloth says:


    Made my day.

    This thing needs a sequel.

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    Sloth says:

    Weird phone poll from some Billy Bob claimi g to be from the NRA. “How do you feel about the UN’s plan to ban all guns in america?”

    Oh, next time, please answer that with “That was supposed to be a secret!”

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    Comrade Darkness says:

    @smiley: Ha! Muslin satin. Me likes.

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    Lesley says:

    hahaha, the voodoo guy in the video is out of his league.

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    priscianus jr says:

    In the Middle Ages (starting in the 12th or 13th century) a similar tale was told of King Arthur’s advisor Merlin the magican. You can find it in the Old French “Prose Merlin” of Robert de Boron (the same author who came up with the Arthurian legend of the Holy Grail). According to this tale, a council of demons planned to counter the birth of Jesus by sending a devil to impregnate a Welsh princess. The child, half devil and half human, was supposed to become the Antichrist.
    Instead, because of his mother’s piety and virtue, he became a powerful being on the side of good.
    That last part seems to be too sophisticated a twist for the birthers, but they got the rest of it pretty well.

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    […] Via John Cole, here’s what birthers like Jean Schmidt believe: […]

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    barkleyg says:

    This tape proves it!

    The birthers are from the future, of a VERY alternative universe, and have come back to warn the CRAZIES!!

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    Oh, but the people calling Obama a Commie aren’t racist, not at all — just because they (or their spiritual forebears) were saying the same sort of crap about Dr. King and the civil rights movement forty years ago:



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