In an Aug. 7 WorldNetDaily column, Joseph Farah bashed Barack Obama for "anti-Semitic" comments he claims were found in a "casual perusal" of Obama's community blog website. (If you believe Obama-hater Aaron Klein was merely casually perusing Obama's website and not scrupulously combing it for inflammatory comments he could use against Obama, we have some oceanfront property in Nebraska we'd like to sell you.)
Farah adds: "If I were running for president, I can assure you I would have standards at least as high as I do for WND content – meaning it is reckless and irresponsible to an extreme to permit such racist, hate-filled content to be published."
If WND has such high standards, why did Farah allow his readers to post death threats against Obama? Or is that Farah's idea of high standards?