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August 4, 2009

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson is on fire


Since he won the Pulitzer Prize earlier this year, it's as if he's taken his commentary to a whole new level.

Witness today's spectacular channelling of Philip K. Dick, in his column headlined "The Berserk 'Birthers'": "'They' diabolically planted these birth announcements 48 years ago, establishing a false record, so that a chosen infant who was actually born in some foreign land โ€” Kenya? Indonesia? Manchuria? โ€” could be groomed, perhaps programmed, and someday installed in the Oval Office."

Wonderful stuff.

I think there's a 99.9% chance Obama's already called Robinson to tell him how much he liked the piece.

Who knows, maybe he'll call me.

Wouldn't that be something, the president a bookofjoe fan?





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12$ or so to release a copy of his long form BC. Lots of people have offerred to pay.

Weird that he won't do it when John McCain's "Natural Born" bonafides were discussed my the NY Times and others:


Why is it ok to question McCain and not Obama? Are you an anti-white racist?

Posted by: Bruce | Aug 4, 2009 7:56:54 PM

And you have an ad for Ann Coulter on your blog??? Joe!

Posted by: Milena | Aug 4, 2009 4:34:17 PM

Have you seen Jon Stewart's "The Born Identity"? Same vein, done earlier. From the Huffington Post: "John Stewart eviscerates the Birther Movement."


Posted by: Milena | Aug 4, 2009 4:28:34 PM

if I'm not mistaken, Jon Stewart beat Mr. Robinson to the punchline on that idea - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07/23/jon-stewart-eviscerates-t_n_243383.html and fast forward to 5 minutes 20 seconds

Posted by: rob | Aug 4, 2009 4:25:44 PM

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