Ken Layne is the most awesomester blogger on the internets ever. He is the head honcho of Wonkette and such and he’s more smrter than all Hilltards, Paultards, Obamatards and McCaintards combined.
So anyway, Ken wrote this hilariously scary column yesterday about how awesome internet commenters are and how we’ll all be viewed far, far in the future as a result of their idiocy.
At this point, it’s incredible to consider that some people haven’t made up their minds. It’s incredible that Hillary is still drunkenly running for president of Earth, that Smooth Barry Obama has won the nomination but has to continue campaigning for it, that a senile old fraud like John McCain is the nominee of any major party, that delusional attention whore Ralph Nader is running again, that an anti-libertarian hack like Bob Barr is the libertarian nominee, and that the libertarian candidate (Ron Paul) is sitting out the race despite amassing a fortune in campaign contributions and a delirious following.
But what’s most incredible, to me, as a person who writes about this garbage for a living, is that it doesn’t matter at all what I write about, because the comments will be an insane half-literate string of racist nonsense and startling ignorance that has nothing to do with the subject of this post.
When space-monster archaeologists visit the ruins of Earth, they’ll find a very detailed record of the 2008 campaign, preserved in the browser cache files on millions of computer hard drives. They will marvel at three-paragraph AP stories posted on CNN that somehow elicit 500 comments that have nothing to do with the story. They will wonder why so many people who can’t type, spell or put together a coherent sentence nonetheless composed thousand-word freakouts about things they don’t understand. But mostly, the aliens will laugh at the outrageous idiocy that defined America’s voters just before the world ended…
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