Questioning Credibility in WND - Wingnuttery?
Do we first have to ask does the WND [WorldNetDaily] have any credibility outside the ultra-conservative spectrum of politics?
The simple answer to that is, no.
So why do so many right-wing and ultra right-wing conservatives take what it says at face value? That is a matter where I would hope that those who believe in this online rag will tell us.
I really cannot work it out - from Obama spying on your facebook account to doing what Reagan, Bush Sr and Jr have done, speak to American school children - Obama doing this is a matter that he is taking the children out of the American home and turning them into the modern day Hitler Youth.
I, in all seriousness, cannot work out where this utter madness has come from.
With a scheduled hearing date Tuesday, Lucas Smith, the man who tried to sell an alleged Barack Obama Kenyan birth certificate on eBay, has filed court papers in a high-profile eligibility case insisting – under threat of perjury – that the Obama birth certificate in his possession is the genuine article.
The man tried to sell it on Ebay!? It is an "alleged" birth certificate?
Meanwhile, according to its critics, WorldNetDaily is an unreliable and histrionic news source that is one step below the National Enquirer, which at least has a printed product. And while the National Enquirer likes reporting on celebrity alien abductions by surgically inclined extraterrestrials, WND rarely misses a story dealing with the antichrist, Harry Potter
Harry Potter, a character in a very poorly written kids fantasy book, is the anti-Christ?
In my humble opinion - the WND is far, far below the NE - in every sense.