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More evidence that Americans are stupid

Remember this evidence that I posted on February 1, 2013, demonstrating that the problem with America is stupidity?

letter to editor

This self-identified Democrat who wrote the letter to the editor of Morehead City, NC’s Carteret County News-Times, thinks the term “natural born citizen” in Article II of the Constitution means someone who wasn’t delivered via a C-section. God help us.

How about this video that I posted on March 5, 2013, about how Americans have no idea what “sequester” is, and are too stupid to even ask what is?

And this video that Trail Dust posted on March 28, 2013, of Americans so stupid as to think Jesus Christ, crucified two thousand years ago, had been killed by a gun?

Here’s more evidence of American stupidity.

Infowars’ Lee Ann McAdoo went around asking passersby to sign a (fake) petition to ban dihydrogen monoxide, which is an unfamiliar name for H2O or water.

Watch as one person after another happily signs the petition — to ban water.

See also DCG’s companion post today, “A nation of low-information voters.”

We’re doomed. :(

~Eowyn

Charlotte Iserbyt’s Infowars Interview Leads with Post from Fellowship of the Minds

I knew Charlotte Iserbyt was a scheduled guest on Alex Jones’ Infowars.com radio broadcast last night.  I just watched the Youtube version this morning and Wow! They led with our post about the Newtown tragedy “Creating a Shooter” and that was just for openers. 

Via email this morning, Charlotte described this interview as follows, “Please forward to your lists.  This interview covers the deliberate dumbing down of our children, the deliberate creation of immorality through federally-funded programs, and the dangers of school choice being supported by Obama, CFR, and the Heritage Foundation.”

She lays out the history of the deliberate destruction of our education system to achieve a “planned economy” and explains the roles played by both  Democrats and Republicans and quotes  Pope Benedict XVI, “[T]oday’s culture—characterized among other things by a utilitarianindividualism and technocratic economics—tends not to value the person, who…is conceived of as a “fluid” being with no permanent substance. Paradoxically, man today often seem…s to be an isolated being because he is indifferent to the constitutive relationship of his being, which is the root of all his other relationships: his relationship with God. The human being today is considered mainly in a biological perspective, or as “human capital”, “a resource”, part of a productive and financial mechanism that towers over him.”
http://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/otc.cfm?id=1042

The documents she cites are available as pdf downloads at  http://americandeception.com/ 

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Alex Jones Calls Janet Napolitano a Man. LOL

Of late, transgenderism is very much in the news, what with Cher’s daughter, er, son Chas Bono being a contestant in Dancing With the Stars, as well as the unending series of news stories on a transgender Girl (or is it Boy) Scout, the transgender gay man/lesbian, the lesbian couple’s transgender kid, etc. etc.

Given the seeming ubiquity of transgenderism, what Alex Jones said on his radio show a week ago is certainly timely.

Janet Napolitano, manly woman or girly man?

Sterling Allan reports for Before It’s News, Oct. 22, 2011, that Jones, in his live interview with Bob Chapman on the October 21  Infowars radio show, stated outright that Janet Napolitano, head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, “is a guy masquerading as a woman” and referred to Napolitano as “he” and “Mr.”

Here is an excerpt of Jones’ interview with Chapman, beginning at time stamp 12:17:

Jones: “Why is Janet Napolitano, why is he, as a Man, so bold to even admit that to Congress. …”

Jones: “You know, Janet Napolitano, he says he doesn’t like being criticized by us.”

Jones: “He’s a man, he can take it.”

Jones: “What kind of person to you think Mr. Napolitano is?”

Chapman: “I’d rather not say, because I know what you know, and I’m not going to put it on the air.”

Jones: “I mean, Mr. Napolitano”

Chapman: “Spies everywhere”

Jones: “I’m convinced that Mr. Napolitano is a guy masquerading as a woman, and not doing a very good job of it.”

Chapman: “Ah… You’re probably right, because you’re right about most things.”

Jones: “Hold on a second, Jaren was saying something about Mr. Napolitano; what was that?”

Jones: “Alright, I don’t usually stoop to humor, but at a certain point, I’m getting tired of it.”

Photo taken on Apirl 2, 2005.

 

Wikipedia’s entry on 53-year-old Napolitano says that she’s unmarried, has no children, is an avid basketball fan, and had a mastectomy in 1998 because of breast cancer.

~Eowyn