Monday, June 12, 2006

Kos kooks literally wear tinfoil hats

These moonbats are the gift that keeps on giving! From the Palm Beach Post:
For all the bashing of the mainstream media at the YearlyKos convention, the bloggers in attendance clearly wanted to be taken seriously by the reporters covering the convention. Their blogs frequently quoted from mainstream newspaper articles, and they tried to have their photographs taken with the likes of New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd. (Her appearance at the "Kos krazies' konvention" should finally dispel the notion that MoDo should be taken seriously. For those of us in normal America, that notion was dispelled a long time ago. - Ed.)

But some started to worry about the image they were projecting outside the blogosphere on Saturday when some bloggers started an unusual contest - making the most original tinfoil hat. As dozens of bloggers donned their creations with delight, television crews and newspaper photographers descended on them. “Oh, no. This is going to be the B-roll on TV tonight,” said one dismayed blogger.
Wearing tinfoil hats might harm their ability to be taken seriously? I don't know about that. I mean, proudly proclaiming that the Gulf Coast deserved to be struck by Hurricane Katrina (except for New Orleans, since they did vote for Kerry and were thus worthy of compassion) seems like that might have done the trick. But hey, anything else they want to do to continue their Quixotic quest for credibility doesn't bother me any!

I wonder if any of their "esteemed" guest speakers, such as Babs Boxer or Wes Clark or Bill "Bumbling Night Watchman" Richardson or Mark "I Swear I'm a Moderate" Warner, donned the flashy attire?

"These ought to keep Karl Rove's mind meld waves out of our empty gourds!"