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June 10, 2007

Official John Kerry Blogger Promotes 9/11 Conspiracy Lunacy

You don't have to scratch very hard to get beneath the skin to the raw insanity driving today's Democrat Party. Take Pamela Leavey, for example. Formerly an official blogger for John "Botched Joke" Kerry's terrifying 2004 presidential campaign, she now busies herself editing The Democratic Daily, a blog that promotes the nutcase schlockumentary 9/11 Press for Truth, which depicts the 9/11 atrocities as the result of a sinister American conspiracy.

Democratic Daily moonbat Ginny Cotts writes that her own "personal review of the 9/11 research and questions convinced me over a year ago that the official conspiracy theory (religious fundamentalists from the Middle East conspired to hijack the planes and fly them into the buildings, causing them to collapse) can only be partly correct."

More investigations are needed, Cotts opines, because "If we do not truly know why or how the buildings failed, we can hardly defend ourselves, or prevent another tragedy and all that ensues."

Actually, we do know why the buildings failed. Muslims flew planes into them. But of course, that's only "the official conspiracy theory." At least Crock open-mindedly avows that it might be "party correct."

Hanoi John's official blogger was the first to comment on Cotts' tinfoil-hat ravings. No doubt nodding like a bobble-head, Leavey chimed in:

This is one of those things that the average American doesn't want to know about and the government like so many other things doesn't want Americans to know about.

Apparently we're surrounded by conspiracies. Either that or we are surrounded by paranoid nutcases willing to twist facts into whatever contortions might be required to support their demented ideology.

If Dems will try to make us doubt something that happened just a few years ago, right in front of our faces, imagine the lies liberal profs are telling in history classes.

By the way, Leavey is also an expert on aromatherapy, having published a series of articles on this fascinating form of moonbat quackery.

Hat tip: Screw Loose Change, on a tip from V the K.

Posted by Van Helsing at June 10, 2007 2:52 PM

Comments

More Trutherism from the New York Times. The editor downplayed the JFK Terror plot because he thought it was a convenient BushCo distraction.

Posted by: V the K at June 10, 2007 3:52 PM

Repeal the 19th Amendment. It seemed like a good idea, but it's looking more and more like we made a mistake.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at June 10, 2007 6:26 PM

This seems to be a fairly recent phenomenon. You have a public event, seen clearly by millions almost instantaneously, but there are a vocal few will say that is a hoax, created for some sinister overreaching purpose. From the Kennedy assasination to the Apollo Lunar landings to the destruction of the twin towers, there are those who say that we should believe them, not what we saw.

Posted by: James F McEnanly at June 10, 2007 9:24 PM

aromatherapy stinks!

...just like hippies...

Posted by: nanc at June 10, 2007 9:48 PM

You don't know half of the mon battery at Democratic Daily, including support for astrology, belief in ghosts, and defending Mell Gibson against charges of anti-Semitism. (With all that, the backing of every conspiracy theory regarding the 2004 election will come as no surprise).

However, when connecting this to John Kerry, as well as to "liberal profs" keep in mind that the views expressed at Democratid Daily represent the views of the authors--not the views of John Kerry or other Democrats.

It is true that Pamela wrote for the Kerry campaign's official web site early in the campaign. However, as time went on and her problems become more apparent, she was removed from this position, and banned from posting comments at the campaign's official forum.

It's easy t find moonbats on the left as well as moonbats on the right. The views of all liberals or conservatives should not be considered to be represented by them.

Posted by: Ron Chusid at June 11, 2007 10:11 AM

I agree, Ron. But it's the LOUD MOUTHS that get all the attention!

Posted by: KHarn at June 11, 2007 2:10 PM

Van Helsing

Is that your real name? Probably not. No you're just a wing nut with out balls posting bullying crap about liberals.

Ron Chusid however, he's a conservative Dr. in liberal drag who is gets his kicks posting nipple shots of Lindsay Lohan on his political blog - http://liberalvaluesblog.com/?p=1526. He's got as much credibility as the phantom Van Helsing.

KHarn is right about one thing LOUD MOUTHS do get all the attention.

Posted by: GotLiberalValues? at June 12, 2007 12:12 AM

"GotLiberalValues?"

No, I don't. I actually love my country.

Posted by: Crush Liberalism at June 12, 2007 4:31 AM

no Crush, You love some antiquated, reactionary illusion of what your country actually is. The America you love never existed. Thankfully.

Posted by: westerberg at June 12, 2007 5:42 AM

Thanks for proving my implied point, dipsh#t, that leftards don't love America. I just wish they'd stop pretending that they do (you excluded, of course, since you don't hide your contempt).

Posted by: Crush Liberalism at June 12, 2007 8:11 AM

We better pay attention to GotLiberalValues as it is becoming very difficult to tell what liberalism versus conservativism means--not to mention who has credibility.

By the logic seen from GotLiberalValues and at The Democratic Daily, having credibility means you believe in astrology, ghosts, Mell Gibson style holocaust denial and anti-Semitism, and the conspiracy theory of the day.

If you disbelieve in these things you lack crediblity and are a conservative.

Similarly you are a conservative if you have a blog post mocking Lindsay Lohan in which a nipple is vaguely visible.

By the above definitions, most rational people, as well as virtually all of the media, would be conservatives .

Posted by: Ron Chusid at June 12, 2007 8:19 AM