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Bradlee Dean: Obama trying to "stupefy" America

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Bradlee Dean and Erik Rush have a rivalry of sorts over who gets to be called the craziest of the crazies in the crazy town that is WorldNetDaily.

Rush is easily winning. While he routinely invents completely out of this world conspiracy theories about President Obama plotting to kill millions of Americans in between calling for a violent revolution and for all of his critics to be put on trial for treason, Dean just rouses himself off of the floor once a week to rant that Obama is the enemy.

Which is exactly what he did again today in his WorldNetDaily column, claiming that Obama, Obama wants to "stupefy" young people and keep them illiterate, jobless and on entitlement programs.

"He needed dependents; therefore, he created dependents. Those dependents were sure to keep him in office, and keep him in office they did," Dean writes. "What would you say if I told you that over 700,000 of the up-and-coming generation graduating from public schools in America each year cannot even read there [sic] own high school diplomas?"

Which, of course, would explain why Obama has given countless speeches on the importance of education.

Which, as a reminder, prompted Dean to insist that all public schools are controlled by brain-stealing socialist homosexuals.

Dean followed up by making his obligatory comparisons to Hitler and Mao before returning to his cave.



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