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Thursday, October 20, 2011

In-tea-llectual: "there is both good and bad in assassinating the president"

Proud TeaMericun, Tenth Amendment Center writer and author of The Nature of Individualism Edward Browning Bosley is a problem-solver. One problem he apparently chose to solve was the conundrum of how to advocate for the President's assassination in a way that offers the author a form of plausible deniability.

By applying good old-fashioned American ingenuity to the problem, Bosley quickly came up with a solution: write a long rambling semi-coherent paragraph about the desirability of whacking the President, then use strike-through to distance yourself from your own words.

For example, he writes:
As much as the violence is condemned I can't help but think how much Obama really does deserve some of this...there is both good and bad in assassinating the president or any elected official.
And then distances himself from his words by striking out the text, like this:
As much as the violence is condemned I can't help but think how much Obama really does deserve some of this...there is both good and bad in assassinating the president or any elected official.
Here's a screencap of the full post:



Now that's what I call "teagenuity!"

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