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Posted on April 26 at 11:17 a.m.
When asked for evidence to prove what he claims is the President's real, legal name, FIB of course provides none, because in the barrel in which he lives, all that's needed in order to show that a lie is actually the truth is to repeat it.
On Praise for Laura Capps
Posted on April 26 at 10:11 a.m.
Let's see what lies Fish in Barrel is promoting this half-hour. Oh yes, his familiar "Barry Soetoro" routine. People who insist on using this name are echoing the claim that Obama wasn't really born in this country, was raised as a Muslim, isn't a real American, and is no sense legitimately President. Yes, as a child, Obama was enrolled in a school under his stepfather's name. But if anyone has any evidence that his name was legally changed to "Barry Soetoro," it would be useful if they would present it, as opposed to, say, citing a chain of factually debunked websites repeating baseless charges and linked to one another as if repeating a structure of lies often enough makes them true. Otherwise the charge that he never legally changed his name away from that of his stepfather is just another pile of nonsense.
FIB will continue referring to the President in this way because he seems to think that it scores some clever political point, but what it actually does is signal to any who comes across his ramblings the sort of juvenile and dishonest discussion to expect from him, an expectation fully confirmed a dozen times day in the Comments section.
Posted on April 24 at 10:06 a.m.
Yeah, there really is an "attitude guy" out there, and we all know who he is and what his attitude reveals about him.
On Video of Arrest Appears to Show Officer Knock Phone from Bystander's Hands
Posted on April 24 at 9:49 a.m.
People who accuse others of "class envy" can be counted on to display it in the most pathetic degree, swallowing and then regurgitating the partisan nonsense that the wealth of their overseers gives them the right and wisdom to set the political rules.
On The Return of Bill and Hillary?
Posted on April 23 at 6:40 p.m.
“If you have two officers struggling to handcuff someone, and someone comes up behind them with an iPhone and interferes, or incites others to interfere, those officers won’t stand idly by,” Harwood said.
A struggle, interference, incitement. Exactly what didn't happen. It will be interesting to hear why the officer felt he had to approach and confront someone who seemed to be standing an acceptable distance away.
Posted on April 21 at 6:28 p.m.
Amusing to see educational advice from someone who trips over the English language, believes science is a stench and a fraud, thinks it a high form of wit to refer to people by names that he knows or hopes that many will find offensive, has the reasoning skills of a clam, and believes that propaganda can substitute for facts as long as it fits his political agenda.
On School Basics
Posted on April 18 at 6:03 p.m.
Yes, it is odd that the Republicans have so much trouble finding wealthy donors to help it promote its help-our-weathy-donors agenda. Don't worry, the Supreme Court will make sure that democracy won't be able to raise it's ugly little head too high above the flood of cash.
On Katcho Achadjian Announces Congress Bid
Posted on April 18 at 1:15 p.m.
This election comes down to whether you want an additional Democratic or an additional Republican vote in the House. Sorry, all of you potential nominees, but the actual individual casting that vote is virtually irrelevant. The only difference a candidate can make is to spout enough partisan propaganda to convince people too stupid to have figured out which party best represents their interests.
Posted on April 14 at 9:58 a.m.
Some people are too dim to understand that what makes them Teaheads is precisely the nature of the "easily available information" that they post: chunks of rightwing propaganda that they seem to think is made truth by their repetition of it.
On Das Williams Announces Run for County Supervisor
Posted on April 13 at 3:01 p.m.
The House of Representatives has been controlled by Republicans for all but 4 of the 17 years Lois Capps has been there. Yet apparently she’s the one responsible for budget deficits, not the Republicans. Who knew she had so much power?
On Capps Announces She Won't Seek Reelection