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Recent media reports have made much of a Harris poll indicating that 24 percent of Republicans think Obama is the antichrist.

The reason the government-media were so surprised by this number is simple: Nearly 100 percent of government-media reporters, editors, commentators and washroom attendants think Obama is God. So in their atrophied gray matter, Obama couldn’t possibly be the antichrist.

But then, perhaps I’m being unkind. It may be that the real reason government-media made much of the polling results is that government-media thinks (if one can use that word in this context) it allows them to be dismissive of Obama’s opposition, which now constitutes a majority of the country.

To understand the news today, you need to understand how it is reported. Reporters have a worldview that affects their reporting, so let’s review the organizational chart government-media reporters carry in their heads:

OBAMA (GOD)

NEWS-MEDIA  UNITED-NATIONS

CONGRESS  SUPREME COURT

FEDERAL-BUREAUCRATS (PUBLIC SERVANTS)  DEMOCRAT-LOBBYISTS

GOVERNORS STATE-LEGISLATURES LOCAL-ELECTED-OFFICIALS

ILLEGAL-IMMIGRANTS FELONS MUSLIMS GITMO-DETANEES DEAD-DEMOCRAT-VOTERS

AMERICAN-CITIZENS

REPUBLICANS

CHRISTIANS

ISRAEL

FISH-IN-FROZEN-LAKE-IN-HELL

REPUBLICAN-BUSINESS-LOBBYISTS

So yes, it is astonishing that 24 percent of Republicans think Obama is the antichrist. Based on his performance, I would have expected the number to be higher than that.

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