Craige McMillan begins his Aug. 10 WorldNetDaily column this way:
Obama voters worldwide are running wild. In England, America's parent country, mobs of "youths" have taken to burning down shops, businesses, cars and buses, and beating anyone who gets in their way or tries to put out their fires. I guess they think there will be more for everyone when there's nothing left.
In Greece, Italy and the rest of the euro-zone's bankrupt socialist paradise, everyone riots at the mere suggestion that retirements can't be as generous as previously promised if the nation's loans are to be repaid.
Here in America, gangs of "youths" – if that's what you'd call racist teenage gang-bangers – drag white people from their cars and beat them as they leave the Wisconsin State Fair. "Flash mobs" – if that's what you'd call racist teenage gang-bangers – flood into stores and empty the shelves, while the police hang out at the local doughnut shop (which is always well-protected).
McMillan is claiming that Europeans and underage youths who were even more underage in 2008 voted for Obama.
McMillan suggests he might be speaking metaphorically when he later writes, "Nationality, you see, is irrelevant when one votes for a god," but otherwise, he's presenting this literally.
Oops, did we mistakenly apply logic to a columnist not normally known for such things? Sorry...