Star Parker first came to this column's attention (and first had her sanity questioned by it) by celebrating the return to Congress of Mark Sanford, who had previously been forced to resign as Governor about hiking in the Appalachians while using taxpayer dollars to visit his mistress in Argentina.
Or, as Parker called him: "Consistent, principled and courageous".
Since then, Parker has removed all doubt that she is genuinely crazy by joining (yes, you guessed it) Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily, to whom she warned that President Obama's government is going to turn America into an openly gay nation of emotionless, disconnected zombies like "in Europe," who exalt "vileness."
"If young people start to distrust each other, we’re going to see more division," said Parker. "We're going to see ourselves get separated and segregated again, not just when it comes to our ethnicity, but when it comes to our religion."
Naturally, Parker's advice for how to prevent the spread of distrust is to start distrusting people more.
"When you have this type of vileness exalted, the wicked go on the prowl," Parker continued. "That's what the Proverbs says, is that if the wicked can now go on the prowl, people with the resources will now pull away, and so they become much more private."
"So while you have ill activity now in the public square, you have those decent people and quiet communities becoming much more, you know, refined, and more closed. And that's not healthy for us as a society because when you go start walking out in the public square and nobody talks to each other, that's what they do in Europe. They're just a bunch of zombies and we don't want that as Americans."
Parker offered no explanation at all as to why this disconnect were all Obama's fault.