A radical faction of researchers at the Amalgamated Conspiracy Theory Factory contends that this hypothetical assertion meshes perfectly with their contention that Obama's phenomenal rise to the Presidency was a Trojan horse strategy orchestrated by Karl Rove.
Some of the young wisenheimer staff members at the Amalgamated Conspiracy Theory Factory, while watching the Election Night TV coverage, started greeting each new Republican victory by raising their right arm (with the hand flat and palm) down at a 45 degree angle and shouting: "God bless America!"
Many citizen journalists have a tendency to regard the Internets as omniscient and infallible but we contend that the Internet is fallible and that some facts are missing in action on the Internets.
On Tuesday of this week, the World's Laziest Journalist
encountered a young couple in San
Francisco who were perplexed by the construction site
for the renovated Transbay Bus Terminal.
They had a hand held device that indicated the Greyhound Bus depot was
there. That's where it used to be. We had to practically take them by the hand
and lead them to the temporary Transbay Bus Terminal about two blocks away
where the Greyhound Bus depot is for the time being.
Seeing the dichotomy when reality differs from information delivered by a computer gave us a specific example of how and why the "conspiracy theory" label will always trump reality and make perceptive punditry a Myth of Sisyphus style task.
In last week's column, the World's Laziest Journalist predicted: " . . . the results of next week's mid-term elections will only be questioned by conspiracy theory loons." Sure enough on Thursday, November 6, 2014, the front page of the paper that published the Pentagon Papers (the New York Times) features a story by Jonathan Martin, under a headline asserting: "In States Seen to Be Tilting Left, Voters Defy Democrats' Forecast."
[Speaking of the New York Times, we heard a hot rumor this week that the Automobile Section in the Sunday edition will be history by the end of this year.]
If the mainstream media and the most popular Internet web sites say that JEB is the front runner for the Republican nomination, then America will not bother to debate if the Bush brand name has been poisoned by George W. Bush. JEB is the front runner and will get the nomination and forget about any spill over effect from George W. Bush's unsuccessful military adventures in the Middle East.
The World's Laziest Journalist has written about a half million worlds for the Internet including a good deal of words predicting that JEB will live in the White House someday.
The audience for such dire predictions is meager at best. Americans don't want to hear about it. The mid-term election results have convinced us that writing warnings about President JEB Bus is a wast of time and keystrokes.
Apparently the USA wants a Republican led government and a restoration of the Bush Dynasty and columns lamenting the absurd aspect of those two topics is just a waste of time and energy. Perhaps President JEB is exactly what many Democrats want but they just don't have the cajones to actually say so and to vote that way.
Warnings and analytical based predictions about what the consequences of a Republican surge in the mid-term elections may have been available to the voters but the World's Laziest Journalist did not notice any such in-depth forecasts.
If voters are suddenly informed that, in retrospect, the mid-term elections were a referendum on the Social Security Program and the need to Impeach the incumbent in the White House . . . then the "caveat emptor" principle may also become a retroactive factor in this week's election results. What middle class American doesn't love being ambushed by lawyers? Don't the folks who get zapped by a foreclosure on their homes readily admit that the bankers won the game fair and square?
Why was it left up to only a few political pundits to point out the long term dangers of a Republican "landslide"? Well, maybe, again in retrospect, these rare and obscure Cassandra warnings can function as a "you were warned" rebuttal to the cries of "foul!"?
Wasn't a bad guy holding the deed to Nell's house a leitmotif for a very popular TV cartoon series in the Fifties and Sixties?