This is Barack Obama. He's about to become the President of the United States.
This is a video of Barack Obama, lying to various groups of Americans. It's the strangest thing, but almost everyone TMR encounters - online and off - seems to be pretending this isn't so. It appears to be the biggest case of mass delusion (and/or cultism) TMR has ever seen. If anyone videotaped those of us at TMR lying as often as Barack Obama is in this video, TMR would be known as a liar. But everyone's ignoring that in Barack Obama's case, and saying this proven liar is a good choice for America's leader. TMR doesn't understand how this is happening.
This is Andrew Sullivan. He's a writer/pundit for The Atlantic.
Andrew Sullivan is known as a conservative, though he has shown a propensity for Sarah Palin conspiracy theories, likes Barack Obama, and seems to have a strong belief in astrology. It appears Andrew Sullivan is a delusional person (and/or a cultist). If TMR believed such things, and said so openly, TMR would be known as crazy. But everyone seems to be pretending that's not the case for Andrew Sullivan, and this proven nutjob is worthy of being a well-paid pundit and/or news source. TMR doesn't understand how this is happening.
This is Mark Morford. He's a writer/pundit for The San Francisco Chronicle.
Mark Morford is a popular columnist, though he has shown a propensity for delusional thinking and regularly feeds an urge to make outrageous claims. It appears Mark Morford is a crazy person (and/or a cultist). If TMR believed such things, and said so openly, TMR would be a homeless person. But everyone seems to be ignoring Mark's insanity, and thinks this proven fruitloop is a good choice for a well-paid pundit and/or news source. TMR doesn't understand this at all.
Can anyone please explain to TMR the success of these three people, even though they epitomize a total rejection of honesty, decency, common sense, and other American values so many hope average Americans attain?