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Friday, November 23, 2007

Fatheaded Ed takes pathetic potshot at me

Chagrined by his inability to match the wit of my post "Drunken reunion of Dover winners", Fatheaded Ed Brayton took the following breathtakingly inane potshot at me on his blog:

This may be a nominee for the idiot of the century, an award I would have to name after Larry Fafarman instead of Robert O'Brien. You have to see Janet Folger's column at the Worldnutdaily, which takes delusion to a whole new level. It's a hypothetical letter she writes to "The Resistance" from a jail cell a year after Hillary Clinton is elected. No, I'm not making that up . . . .

I'm writing this letter from prison, where I've been since the beginning of 2010. Since Hillary was elected in '08, Christian persecution in America has gotten even worse than we predicted.

When the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" was signed into law, my radio program was yanked off the air along with all the others that dared discuss moral issues on Christian radio. The networks just couldn't bring themselves to air a pro-abortion program or one that advocates the homosexual agenda for the government mandated "balance" because broadcasting lies went against their basic beliefs - I don't blame them.

We knew "Thought Crimes" was in danger of becoming law back when it passed Congress in 2007, but thankfully, President Bush kept his promise to veto it. But, tragically, Hillary signed that most dangerous bill in America - ushering in the criminalization of Christianity.

Ed, you stupid fathead, I have several times expressed my opposition to a full "fairness doctrine" for broadcasters. But I do advocate a full fairness doctrine for blogs. And to you, a "thought crime" is anything that you disagree with.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Voice in the Urbanness said...

It looks like Ed has topped you again. What's new?

Friday, November 23, 2007 8:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Manual Goldenshower said...

I think Ed Brayton looks a lot like Porky Pig, unshaved.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 4:02:00 AM  
Anonymous ben said...

Larry, since you seem to think that taking potshots at the personal appearance of others if fair game, I'm curious why you don't post your own pic. Just to be fair, you know?

Friday, November 30, 2007 4:18:00 AM  
Blogger Larry Fafarman said...

ben said...

>>>>>> Larry, since you seem to think that taking potshots at the personal appearance of others if fair game, <<<<<<

I call Ed Brayton "Fatheaded" because he is stupid, not because of his appearance.

Friday, November 30, 2007 5:57:00 AM  

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