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Friday, February 20, 2009

As If You Needed More Proof: Pt III

Conservapedia is a "conservative" wiki that provides an alternative to Wikipedia. Every entry is from a blantant and unblushing far-right, lunatic-fringe, perspective.

And families that homeschool their children use this website as a teaching tool.

Check out the entry on Barack Obama

Some of the comedic highlights are:

Barack Hussein Obama II (allegedly[1][2][3] born in Honolulu Aug. 4, 1961)

Obama refers to America in the third person, as a foreigner would.

President Obama is the first person having ties to a known former terrorist to gain control over America's nuclear weapons.[16][17] Author and blogger Jack Cashill requisitioned a comparison of the writing style of Bill Ayers' 2001 memoir, Fugitive Days, with Barack Obama's earlier 1995 book, Dreams From My Father, and came to the conclusion that Ayres may have ghostwritten Dreams.

Obama is likely the first Muslim President

Obama has chosen the Secret Service code name "Renegade". "Renegade" conventionally describes someone who goes against normal conventions of behavior, but its first usage was to describe someone who has turned from their religion. It is a word derived from the Spanish renegado, meaning "Christian turned Muslim."

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons observed that Obama uses techniques of mind control in his speeches and campaign symbols

Conservapedia, the anti-Wikipedia - because you know they are liberal satan worshipers over on that site, has this to say of "partisan postings"

It's typical of partisans to strengthen their criticisms of a target by claiming a source who is supposedly loyal to the target. That's why Conservapedia gets dozens of pranksters every week claiming to be Christian or conservative.

The party affiliation of a news source should be irrelevant. All that matters is whether the source has a record of telling the truth. A new source with no track record is useless, especially if it's anonymous.

Conservapedia is more trustworthy than Wikipedia, because most of the senior staff are real people (not anonymous hacks hiding behind their clever pseudonyms).

The entire website is something to behold.

Never, in the entire history of recorded information, as there been a complete catalog of ignorance on display for the world to see.

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