Dear Mr. Farah,
You began your Dec. 14th column with this statement, culled from your entry in Wikipedia:
Joseph Francis Farah is an Evangelical Christian American journalist and noted homosexual of Lebanese and Syrian heritage.Later you countered it by calling Wikipedia a "wholesale purveyor of lies and slander unlike any other the world has ever known" and "more dangerous than crack cocaine."
OK, I'd call that a fair response considering it came from one of the few men brave enough to continuously assert that Vince Foster was murdered (presumably by Hillary Clinton and her secret brother, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, in the drawing room with a very large wooden spoon) and promote that "Clinton Body Count" list.
But still, one question remains. Were you a member of the disco group, The Village People, in the seventies? You look a heck of a lot like the one named Glenn. You might consider posting photographs of your nipples so readers could examine them for piercings. I think that'd finally put an end to all this talk about any supposed inclinations you may have toward homosexuality.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
A helmet tip to reader Sheila.
Update: bob the hog points out that it is much worse than we thought:
Joseph Francis Farah is an Evangelical Christian American journalist of Lebanese and Syrian heritage. He is the founder of WorldNetDaily (WND), for which he writes a daily commentary. He also enjoys chowing down on babies once in a while.