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Where people get these kinds of ideas is far beyond me.
6/6/2012 4:02:03 AM
I think this is proof that the fundy brain cannot separate reality from fiction.
6/6/2012 4:11:02 AM
Poe's Law works both ways, I see.
6/6/2012 4:26:20 AM
Yep, that's right. And nothing to eat in the camps but beet greens and tofu. And we'll work ya's to death sorting recyclables. And we'll march ya out and make ya apologise to individual trees.
The Onion. This guy is having conniption fits over an article in The Onion.
6/6/2012 4:34:45 AM
He took the word of "The Onion" literally? Literally unbelievable, all right.
6/6/2012 4:37:15 AM
(Note: This is the guy's reaction to a parody article from The Onion.)
In other words, it's a Poe.
6/6/2012 4:46:49 AM
Like what Brendan Rizzo said, I'm hoping this comment is really just a satrical response in spirit to the article and not a serious comment.
6/6/2012 4:47:08 AM
"This is the guy's reaction to a parody article from The Onion.)"
Conservatives: Poeing themselves since forever.
6/6/2012 4:49:38 AM
Except that the website "Literally Unbelievable" documents several thousand cases of people mistaking articles from "The Onion" as legitimate news on social media sites, often requiring other people to point out that the article is an item of parody.
While there's more than a few liberal dupes featured you'll find dozens of conservatives who actually believed (at least long enough to write an indignant post on their facebook page) that Obama was caught lip-synching his speeches, Planned Parenthood opened an 8 billion dollar Abortoplex and dozens of other cases of "your tax dollars at work" (accompanied by an eye roll and a brief sense of intellectual superiority.)
6/6/2012 5:00:57 AM
Poe or a two-fer. I'm going with poe and an appropriate one for an Onion article. They should start a "readers write in" section like my local paper, could be some hidden talent out there.
6/6/2012 5:02:04 AM
Liberals have about as much power in the USA as the Dairy Queen.
6/6/2012 5:59:07 AM
Anyone know what Onion article he thought was real?
6/6/2012 6:13:02 AM
Raised by Horses
If you ever needed evidence that American right-wingers are living in a fact-free fantasy land, here you are.
The people at The Onion could probably just plug their website into World News Daily and let them do all the work for them.
6/6/2012 6:27:12 AM
Proving once again that these people have a tenuous grasp of reality at best. It's the Onion, FFS!
6/6/2012 6:29:32 AM
"We knew that eventually Liberals would get around to the 'Final Solution'"
Because liberals are known for doing such things and not far right-wing nuts.
"Who ever doubted what is in the hearts of especially the most dangerous terrorist in America - the Eco Terrorist?"
You ... can't be serious.
"The worshipers of earth will don't find global warming as the real enemy - they find YOU and your CHILDREN as the scum that must be cleansed from the earth. Of course, they want to be the ones left to care for the earth. You? Turned to ashes if necessary."
I think you should get a clue.
"That's where this new Earth Worship is headed in the future. Doubt at your own peril."
And doubt it I will.
"(Note: This is the guy's reaction to a parody article from The Onion.)"
The Onion should hire this guy as a staff writer--and not tell him it's a satirical newspaper. Just give him a rant column and let him take shots at the rest of the articles they print. He's hilarious.
6/6/2012 6:50:22 AM
@Doubting Thomas - Just click on the source ("Literally Unbelievable") under the quote.
6/6/2012 7:23:57 AM
This is how batshit insane these people and their views are. They actually think that The Onion's articles are real.
I should send them a copy of the "Gods for Sale" ads that Somethingaweful.com did a while ago.
6/6/2012 8:04:40 AM
I went to the link and it's simultaneously the most hilarious and saddest thing I've ever read. People need to learn how to distinguish parody of news (The Onion, Fox News) from real news.
6/6/2012 8:18:13 AM
Utterly idiotic. Home skooled?
6/6/2012 8:23:46 AM
Actually, this might be a proper response to the "Earth First" movement, which does indeed recommend reducing the human population to 10% of its current level in order to save the planet.
They're scary people.
Too bad this guy was reading "The Onion" instead.
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6/6/2012 9:14:27 AM
Literally Unbelievable, indeed...
6/6/2012 9:14:48 AM
His statement is literally unbelievable.
6/6/2012 9:15:35 AM
"We knew that eventually Liberals would get around to the "Final Solution" Who ever doubted what is in the hearts of especially the most dangerous terrorist in America - the Eco Terrorist?"
Well, you certainly got that "literally unbelievable" part right. You're nuts. The most dangerous terrorists in America aren't bombers or snipers, they are people concerned about strip mining and over-use of pesticides?
"The worshipers of earth will don't find global warming as the real enemy - they find YOU and your CHILDREN as the scum that must be cleansed from the earth."
Just because I don't want to misuse our resources and rape the planet doesn't mean I endorse cleansing the likes of you from the Earth.
"Of course, they want to be the ones left to care for the earth."
Well, as your lot is patently unqualified...
"You? Turned to ashes if necessary. That's where this new Earth Worship is headed in the future. Doubt at your own peril."
P.S. I do not worship anything, neither a god nor a planet.
6/6/2012 9:45:56 AM
Is it just me or does this quote, coming from a conservative, just REEK of projection? Aren't conservatives the ones always talking about killing us all and making batshit crazy death threats?
6/6/2012 10:50:08 AM
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