Ben Stein takes a dump on his keyboard (again)

From Friday’s American Spectator:

[American voters] ignored [Obama’s] anti-white writings in his books. They ignored his quiet acceptance of hysterical anti-American diatribes by his minister, Jeremiah Wright.

They ignored his refusal to explain years at a time of his life as a student. They ignored his ultra-left record as a “community organizer,” Illinois state legislator, and Senator.

The American people ignored his total zero of an academic record as a student and teacher, his complete lack of scholarship when he was being touted as a scholar.

Now, the American people are starting to wake up to the truth. Barack Obama is a super likeable super leftist, not a fan of this country, way, way too cozy with the terrorist leaders in the Middle East, way beyond naïveté, all the way into active destruction of our interests and our allies and our future.

Maybe the ignored all of these things because they’re fabrications, distortions, and undiluted garbage. For example, Obama had long since cut ties with Wright by the time the election rolled around. And I notice that Stein is link-phobic–where, for example, are these anti-white writings? And what sort of over-the-top dingbat suggests that Obama actually wants to wrek the country? Just because people don’t like some of his policies doesn’t imply that Obama doesn’t believe in their efficacy, for better or for worse. Of course, Stein himself very much is into wrecking things through lies and various forms of bullshit (a great example was his comment that science, broadly speaking, was responsible for the Holocast).

2 thoughts on “Ben Stein takes a dump on his keyboard (again)”

  1. Heh. What can you expect from a man who once wrote speeches for Richard M. Nixon? Honesty? Self-insight? Stein’s spots haven’t changed in 40 years, just like those of all his cohort.

  2. There is no way Obama is anywhere near “ultra left” or “super leftist”. If I were being generous, I’d say that he’s center-left, but more accurately, he’s maybe even slightly right of center. I guess when you’re as far right as Stein, even being moderate seems really far away.

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