Well dig this.....
It must have seemed so perfect. An obscure blogger unearths some pages of
President Obama's college thesis. The report supposedly comes from big-time
Klein of Time
magazine. And the thesis has some real gems: like Obama's
disdain for the Constitution.
The whole thing was nothing more than a satirical post on a humor
blog. But Rush
Limbaugh, who quoted from the supposed thesis on his radio show, sure wasn't
laughing. Here's how it went down.
An unknown blogger picked up on a made-up post meant as a joke, which
claimed that Joe Klein had gotten his hands on 10 pages of student Obama's
college thesis. Rush Limbaugh jumped on it, which immediately sparked Web
searches on "obama
Supposedly titled "Aristocracy Revisited," the excerpt revealed the
president had "doubts" about the "so-called founders." Juicy. Except not true.
Limbaugh discovered halfway through his show that he'd been had, but defended
himself by saying basically the thesis felt true. Listen in to Rush's mea
Joe Klein finally jumped in, and called the report "nonsense" on his Swampland
blog, and the blogger who thought the hoax was real also
Let's hope someone kept their sense of humor in all this. Still, for a
humble post to go from humor blog to major media outlet sure seems impressive.
Someone ought to write their thesis on it. For real. http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93122?fp=1
In other words, Rush Limbaugh showed he DOES have the intellgence to run an NFL team (see Raiders, Lions, TVScreenBiggerThanGodInDallas, Packers[Farve].....)