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Thursday, June 2, 2011
Farah Reassures His Gullible Readers They're Not Gullible
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Joseph Farah spent his May 30 WorldNetDaily column being offended that the author of the Esquire satire post Farah plans to sue over "terribly gullible." Farah quickly reassured his readers that they are not gullible, that they are, in fact, "anything but gullible."

Then he begged them for money. We'll let World O'Crap handle the rest.

As for more emperical  evidence of WND readers' gullibility, we need only go to a WND reader poll from earlier this week asking the question, "At this point in time, where do you think Barack Obama was born?" A whopping 67 percent say Kenya, even though WND itself has conceded there's "no proof" to support the claim. Of course, lack of proof hasn't stopped WND from suggesting it's so.

Posted by Terry K. at 12:10 AM EDT

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