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Finally, I’m getting some respect in the media. Well, sort of. Backhanded respect by some, if you will, but at least I’m getting someone to take me seriously. Unfortunately, I’m highlighted by my enemies for the right reasons and by my friends for the wrong reasons. Oh well, it’s a start.
Today I’ll give you the first of two recent articles where one who respects me draws attention to those who don’t. The second will follow shortly.
First, my peeps brought me a piece written by “Kyle” in a blog called Right Wing Watch, whose website blares in its banner ”Speak Out Against Intolerance, That’s The American Way.” At first I thought wait, is this a trap? I love intolerance by my servants against all persons good and Godly, and I generally hate the American way. So I read warily, but perked right up when I saw that Kylebloggerdude was on my side, nobly exhibiting proper intolerance against a Godpunk who actually believes in me!
So I’m speaking out. Because even though Kyle’s un-American intolerance is admirable, in this case he failed to see that the target of his intolerant post actually makes me look good!
Yes, in Kyle’s post entitled “Fischer: We are Looking Into the Face of Satan Himself When Palin is Attacked,” Kyle quotes some Godpunk named Bryan Fischer, who repeated what he learned in this blog about me and Palin (Tuscon Two-fer, below). Yes, it seems that the day after I revealed my designs behind Palin being blamed for the Tuscon shootings, Fischer, representing the American Family Association, wrote this about Palin, and my dirty deeds:
The hatred directed at her is mindless, it is baseless, it is utterly irrational, and it is disturbing to an alarming degree. When we look into the face of the unvarnished and seething meanness focused on Ms. Palin, we are looking into the face of evil. We are looking into the face of Satan himself, who is the ultimate source of this vitriol and toxic hate.
Ahhh. . . . I could listen to this all day. “Unvarnished and seething meanness.” I think that’s a first! And “vitriol and toxic hate”? Right again. Someone’s been reading about me. And here’s the best part, my servants. Mr. Fischer’s dead-on; he gets it. He believes in me and my power! Better yet–I have his r-e-s-p-e-c-t.
But theophobes like Kyle? Shhhhh . . . they don’t get it.
Consider Joe.My.God. for example. He also reports to an audience of seething meanness on Fischer’s statements, and one apparently theophobic commenter writes: “That’s the best he can do? Blaming REAL LIVE HATRED on a mythical character? What utter non-sense.”
Now, that hurts.
Ha ha ha ha ha.
Fischer spoke the truth about my toxic hate, and is lectured in the media with REAL LIVE toxic hatred. Now, that’s my American way.