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A frightening thought

Remember one-time Assistant Secretary of State and multiple-times Republican presidential candidate Alan Keyes? He is the person responsible for the website Kung Fu Monkey creating the ‘crazification factor’, i.e., for quantifying exactly what percentage of the US population is so nuts that it will buy into any proposition, however extreme. That figure is 27%.

Keyes had been out of the limelight for a while but it turns out that he is still crazy after all these years. This time he is saying that Obama and the Democrats are trying to take away guns as a prelude to unleashing a massive global slaughter of human beings because they want to reduce the population to less than a billion.

But that is not the frightening thought I had in mind with the blog post title. That was about what the love child of Keyes and Orly Taitz might be like. The world is simply not capable of dealing with someone who has that deadly combination of DNA.

Comments

  1. slc1 says

    Keyes, like Taitz, is a birther. I suspect that he is still sore that Obama handed him his head in the 2004 Illinois Senate election.

  2. Hercules Grytpype-Thynne says

    The frightening thought for me is that Keyes used to be a part of the United States government, and that Republicans thought this was a good idea.

  3. brucegee1962 says

    I posted this elsewhere on FTB — if I seriously believed that our US military would obey a president (Obama or anyone else) who gave them the order to round up and slaughter most of the US population, then the belief that Obama might actually give such an order would be the least of my concerns. My #1 project would be to DISBAND THE MILITARY. Getting rid of Obama would barely register.

  4. Psychopomp Gecko says

    If he really wanted to unleash global slaughter to cull the population, don’t you think the president has better methods than gun control?

    Like a bunch of unaccountable machines in the sky? Or a simple push of the big red button towards other countries with nukes? How about throwing open whatever terrible viruses we keep hidden in case we need them?

    Oh wait, I see how Keyes didn’t catch that. It requires the ability to think.

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