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Fox News peddles another completely wacky conspiracy theory

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The latest bit of nonsense from the knuckledragging mouthbreathers is that the logo for this week’s Nuclear Security Summit is sinisterly similar to the flags of Pakistan and other Muslim countries.

Read all about it HERE.

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  1. DingDong

    Why doesn’t someone just ask Mr. Transparency about it. Oh wait, they can not even talk to him.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/13/AR2010041303067.html?hpid=opinionsbox1

  2. Neftali

    That “bimbo” Peanut refers to is Gretchen Carlson. She graduated with Honors from Stanford and studied abroad at Oxford University.

    Which makes her infinitely smarter than Peanut.

  3. Plus, I just know she’s cuter than Peanut :)

  4. Mr. Silverback

    Carlson looks better now than she looked when she won Miss America.

  5. DingDong: I thought you wingnuts hated the mainstream media, but here you are siding with the reporters who whine about being snubbed by Obama.

    Yeah, anything that’s anti-Obama is cool with you, right?

    Pathetic.

  6. So now Pat thinks Fox is the mainstream media. Interesting. That lends it a certain amount of unassailable credibility. Maybe I should start watching?

  7. Craig Knauss

    I just loved the news people whining about being kept out of the meetings. The meetings were about preventing the spread of strategic nuclear materials to terrorists. How could anyone be stupid enough to think that those should be public? Part of the reason the meetings are closed is so frank discussions with semi-stable countries can be conducted without the leaders getting assassinated.

  8. Craig Knauss

    Well, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that some imbecile has tried to equate Obama’s closed door meeting with 47 world leaders, to prevent the spread of strategic nuclear materials among terrorists and rogue nations, with Dick Cheney’s secret Energy Policy meeting with oil company executives, just prior to gas prices surpassing $4 per gallon. After all, we all know that oil company profits are much more important than the lives of U.S. citizens. Isn’t that right, halfwits?
    And halfwits, if and when Dick Cheney actually was discussing sensitive national security issues, I’d have been the last person to demand access by the press. I know from personal experience what national security issues are, and not to make them public whether you agree with them or not.

  9. Mr. Silverback

    ***Scott from Florida says he wishes President Obama would get killed.***

    Then ban his butt, Pat. Don’t be a pansy.

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