Kenya's NTV shot this video at the Nashville presidential debate block party.
In any presidential campaign, there are certainly morons on both sides of the political divide. But this year in particular, it seems one party has really cornered the market on imbecility, as last Friday's McCain rally, featuring the jaw-dropping "[Obama's] an Arab" comment, highlighted.
Well here's further proof. Pay close attention starting at 1:58 into the video. The reporter talks to three people wearing NObama for President T-shirts. (NObama has a diagonal line through the "O".) The back of the shirt promotes nobamaforpresident.com, a virulently anti-Obama website. Here's what the trio's designated spokesnut has to say.
We started this website to inform young and undecided voters. It's a wonderful page. We've got factual informations [?!] on both candidates. It's not a biased website or anything like that.
NObama T-shirt: $15
"Clean Coal" hat: $10
"Not a biased website": Priceless!
Check out just how unbiased the site is here.
Meanwhile, this McCain mouthpiece's use of the term "informations" reminds us of another famous Republican's fondness for inappropriate pluralization.
And a message from Pith to Kenya, Barack Obama's ancestral homeland: Please don't judge Nashville too harshly. Besides, we're guessing the NObama people are from Williamson County.