HuffPo calls for military coup, wants General Pace to arrest President

Read this letter. All of it. Addressed from Martin Lewis at the HuffPo to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Peter Pace, begging him to “arrest” the President on charges of “conduct unbecoming.”

At the same time I was reading this, I was also watching the History Channel’s two hour special on debunking 9-11 myths (in which they rely heavily on Popular Mechanics’ exhaustive research on the conspiracy theories). I knew about a few of the conspiracies, but I had no idea there were so many theories and that the movement itself was so big (supposedly some 6 million have watched the conspiracy theory movie “Loose Change” – which, incidentally, was debunked here). These include conspiracy theories like the 9-11 hijackers were government agents, among other demented assertions. I also watched as some of these conspiracy theorists confronted family members of 9-11 victims while they were at Ground Zero mourning them years later.

I’m convinced. I knew the left was losing it, but I hadn’t given up hope on ’em until tonight. They’ve freaking lost it. They’ve eclipsed the level of hatred and disgust conservatives felt towards President Clinton by miles.

Hat tip: Captain Ed

Also blogging about this: Second Hand Conjecture, Blue Crab Boulevard, QandO, American Mind, Jason Steck, California Yankee, Say Anything, Clayton Cramer

Cross-posted at Jules Crittenden’s blog, where I will be guestblogging this week.

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