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During a discussion of the Obama birth certificate controversy, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and his guests implied that anyone who questions the official 9/11 story, thinks the Bilderberg group are exercising power to create a world government, people who are worried about gun control and immigration, or even people who are merely skeptical of government, are psychologically insane.
Responding to Matthews’ implication that people who had questions about Obama’s birthplace were “full mooners” and insane, MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman included “people who are worried about th
Originally posted by secretagent woooman
Especially when the most cogent arguments reference "indigo" children, alien space wars, "reptilians" and all the other sci fi nonsense that makes you guys sound insane. It doesn't help that most of you on here are fixated on bizarre and libelous claims about "eugenics" programs, "forced sterilization," "FEMA camps" and all sorts of horses&&t, and attack anyone who confronts these paranoid delusions.
No offense, but some of you on here are doing a better job of discrediting yourselves than the media ever could.
Originally posted by ProfEmeritus
reply to post by MOFreemason
Coming from MSNBC, it's hilarious. If you want to see completely insane people, tune into MSNBC and watch Chris Matthews (tingle up his leg over Obama), and certifiably insane Keith "the maniac" Olbermann. Now there is TRUE insanity.
Originally posted by xmotex
Northing wrong with being skeptical of the .gov, it's only common sense.
On the other hand, believing fervently in things for which there is no evidence whatsoever, just because it serves your political purposes (and I mean the birthers here) is, if not crazy, at the very least just plain stupid...