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The stupidest thing you’ll read today

Posted by Lissa on September 17, 2009

There are of course many and myriad competitors jousting for that title seven days a week.  However, I’m really quite confident I’ve found the pick of the litter:

Are some Democratic legislators who are squabbling over health care secret supporters of the Taliban? Are some Republican legislators in cahoots with Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?

I’m dead serious when I ask those questions, as we pass another anniversary of 9/11. President Obama must make critical decisions this fall about policies toward Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran – decisions forced on him early in his term because of wrongheaded policies by the previous administration.

OY.

Yes, boys and girls, it’s official — anyone who is “squabbling” over ObamaCare WANTS THE TERRORISTS TO WIN.  (And that includes Democrats trying to actually WRITE the damn plan.)

I do believe that’s even stupider than ANYONE WHO DOESN’T FAVOR OBAMACARE IS A RACIST.  And that’s saying something.

Also, I think that last sentence could use a bit of revision:

President Obama must make critical decisions this fall about policies toward Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran – decisions forced on him early in his term because of wrongheaded policies by the previous administration that he signed up for when he ran for President at a time when we were involved in global conflict.

There, fixed it.

(h/t Best of the Web)

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2 Responses to “The stupidest thing you’ll read today”

  1. Borepatch said

    I’m confused. I thought we were racists.

    Now I hear we’re pro-Taleban.

    It’s hard to keep up with how lousy I am ….

  2. Mike said

    I can’t decide if that’s more or less ridiculous than the girl at Indiana University in the fall of 2001 who yelled at a bunch of us cheering for the Diamondbacks in the World Series that anyone rooting against New York and the Yankees was supporting terrorism. I think the argument is roughly as valid.

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