Monday, November 16, 2009

In a Land of Morons, a man (or woman from Alaska) with half a brain could be King

The Stupid Virus (VIDEO)

"SuperNews!"--aka the guys that brought you the Twouble with Twitters, Larry King interviewing the Large Hadron Collider and Emoticon Wars--have returned this week to bring you the answer to this question: Why are people so stupid? Turns out it's a virus spread by an Obama-hating monkey. He's responsible for birthers, the people who equate health care reform to the Holocaust, and Rush Limbaugh.

When a lab-monkey declares that President Obama wasn't born in America, he becomes Patient Zero for a new brand of fear-based news virus - Fearus Ignoramus. We watch as the virus goes ear-borne, spreading from Rush Limbaugh to CNN to the mainstream-media to the general public. America devolves into panic, convinced its President is an illegal alien anti-Christ.




Source

What some of their subjects are up to in 'Moronia.'



The home page of SuperNews

1 comment:

  1. Well...they're right about equating health-care reform and the Holocau$t...they're both MADE UP.

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