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Gina Loudon: Obama's America is a land of "enslaved effeminates"

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WorldNetDaily has picked up yet another wingnut conspiracy theorist: Gina Loudon, who has written in a Jan. 19 2014 column that she expects young people will rise up against President Obama once they realize that he has "taken the hard-earned 'Land of the Free and Home of the Brave' and turned it into 'The Land of the Enslaved Effeminates and the Home of the Cowards.'"

Loudon is so unhinged that she has actually named world peace as one of the problems facing America today.

"Gen Xers had what they needed growing up, but they had no idea how they got it. Gen X and their children, the Millennials, elected Barack Obama," she writes. "This formula resulted in the great-grandchildren of the Greatest Generation getting stuck with the bill for their Baby Boomers, who are like the spoiled child with a trust who can’t appreciate anything. They stood by distracted while Hollywood tore down men and glorified world peace and transvestites. Then Hollywood joined forces with the D.C. beltway and planned the final knife in the back of America – undermining the Bill of Rights and the Constitution."

As many of you have likely already guessed, Loudon's beef with the Obama administration is predominantly its insistence on treating people outside of the Republican base as human beings.

"It all sounded so good in the name of tolerance, but it doesn't do much when the country is faced with an enemy, and homes raised by single parents are lying in ruin at the feet of this once great nation. The saddest part of all might be that in one administration, this president and his cronies have taken the hard-earned 'Land of the Free and Home of the Brave' and turned it into 'The Land of the Enslaved Effeminates and the Home of the Cowards.'"

Loudon proceeds to denounce the "tyranny" that has come to America in the form of affordable healthcare and tolerance of the LGBT community.

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