Thursday, August 7, 2008

Fraud In Florida

Yeah, I heard about the guy they busted in Florida for allegedly "threatening" the Funky Monkey. Reading between the lines, it's obvious this character was never any kind of serious threat--anybody who's planning on an assassination doesn't announce the whole thing to a law enforcement training class, of all things.

This guy is either a fruitcake, or else the whole thing is fabricated by the Obamanable Snowmen in order to gain sympathy for their monkoid. Nothing at all emanating from official sources in this society, on any subject, has any credibility at all, and should never be believed.

4 comments:

The Old Man of the Mountain said...

Gents (and a few ladies, to my surprise), please bear in mind that this blog is being monitored by the tyrant's secret police, and on this post, I would suggest that discretion is called for. We all know how we would have wished for this to turn out; there is no need to say so. Like the Noble Lord in Macbeth, let us "Say the less but think the more."

-HAC

Anonymous said...

It's just propaganda to get Obama elected. There was never any threat.

Anonymous said...

I seriously doubt that one person, acting alone, could actually pull off something of that magnitude. The resources and intel needed to succeed are simply beyond the capabilities of the average individual, and way beyond the capabilities of the mentally unbalanced.

A planted news story, now that's another matter altogether. A word processor and a sympathetic editor and publisher are all that's needed.

Dave

Keith Frost said...

"Nothing at all emanating from official sources in this society, on any subject, has any credibility at all, and should never be believed."

I still like this from Thoughtcrime:

"Simple rule of thumb: never, ever believe a single damned word that the United States government says, any time, on any subject. Assume they're lying all the time, and you can't go wrong."