Saturday, September 05, 2009

For your viewing pleasure: more "right-wing rage".

By way of Gentle Reader sru132:



You know, according to the Leftist Conventional Wisdom, this probably counts as "astroturfing", and should be considered prima facie evidence that I'm receiving a cheque from the Republican National Committee.

RNC must have my mailing address wrong, because so far I've not received one brass farthing.

Stingy buggers.

LawDog

16 comments:

SpeakerTweaker said...

Brilliant!



tweaker

Anonymous said...

And he's got a good voice, too.

B Woodman
III-per

fuzzys dad said...

Good one

Old NFO said...

I needed a laugh, thanks!

Firehand said...

As a Mason friend of mine once said, "If we're secretly running the whole world, where's my cash and my Holland & Holland?"

HokiePundit said...

Don't be dense. You running it is a sign of you being a racist.

Library-Gryffon said...

I heard this on the radio this morning driving my daughter to school. She loved it. So I'm not too worried about Dear Leader mesmerizing her if she does have to listen to him today at lunch, especially as she'd rather be doing academics.

The other daughter doesn't like his speech delivery and has already noted his penchant for "uh" when off the teleprompter. She was not impressed.

Anonymous said...

No, it's a sign of outrage against a blatant attempt at taking over his life by anyone, no matter the color.
LM

Laser Jock said...

Terrific. Tim Hawkins has some real talent. My 3-year-old son has heard it twice and is running around trying to sing it.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like Obama Man:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhhkF3dqXR0

Shootin' Buddy

threadbndr said...

::snicker::

Made my DAY, LD. Thanks for the link.

WV = neadet (threads is thinking, "We need SOMEthing".)

Silver the Evil Chao said...

ROFL!

...out of curiosity, what's "astroturfing"?

RobC said...

Awesome! And he can sing!

Anonymous said...

Astroturfing is when an organization tries to create the false impression of genuine grass-roots support for something. Generally by having their employees (or those of a PR firm) pretending to be 'regular people' who coincidentally agree with whatever the organization is pushing.

Astroturf = fake grass.

Neutrino Cannon said...

For lack of ability to find a better way to bring this to your attention, what do you think of the following:

http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/police-say-syringes-will-137513.html

?

I'm curious as to whether this is actually news, for instance.

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