Invasion of the Obama Snatchers: Writing from his negro-proof panic room (which doubles as the laundry room when his wife send him out to get milk) a sweaty, disheveled, and quite possibly drunk Mark Levin types out a warning, inserts it into a hamster ball with Mr. Skittles the Wonder Hamster and then lobs it through a cracked door in the hopes that, God willing, it is not too late to save America.
Run like the wind, Mr. Skittles!
Godspeed and good luck:
Mark R. Levin: The Obama Temptation: I honestly never thought we'd see such a thing in our country... a recklessness and abandonment of rationality that has preceded the voluntary surrender of liberty and security.... [E]ven some conservatives... support for Barack Obama... unpersuasive and even illogical... the pull... Ken Adelman, Doug Kmiec, and others... are utterly incoherent... such as Colin Powell and Charles Fried, find Obama alluring but can't explain themselves in an intelligent way.
There is a cult-like atmosphere around Barack Obama, which his campaign has carefully and successfully fabricated.... The messiah complex.... Special Obama flags.... A graphic with the portrayal of the globe and Obama's name on it.... Young school children singing songs praising Obama. Teenagers wearing camouflage outfits and marching in military order chanting Obama's name.... An Obama world tour, culminating in a speech in Berlin where Obama proclaims we are all citizens of the world. I dare say, this is ominous stuff.
Even the media are drawn to the allure that is Obama... open and brazen in their attempts to influence the outcome of this election.... [A]ll evidence of Obama's past influences and radicalism — from Jeremiah Wright to William Ayers — have been raised by non-traditional news sources. The media's role has been to ignore it... dismiss it and those who raise it... to protect Obama from legitimate and routine scrutiny.... So in the tank are the media for Obama that for months we've read news stories and opinion pieces insisting that if Obama is not elected president it will be due to white racism. And, of course, while experience is crucial in assessing Sarah Palin's qualifications for vice president, no such standard is applied to Obama.... Charles Gibson and Katie Couric sought to humiliate Palin. They would never and have never tried such an approach with Obama....
[M]y greatest concern is whether this election will show a majority of the voters susceptible to the appeal of a charismatic demagogue.... Obama's entire campaign is built on class warfare and human envy. The "change" he peddles... diminishes individual liberty for the soft authoritarianism of socialism.... Obama's appeal to the middle class is an appeal to the "the proletariat," as an infamous philosopher once described it.... [H]e insists that the American Dream has arbitrary limits, limits Obama would set for the rest of us — today it's $250,000 for businesses and even less for individuals. If the individual dares to succeed beyond the limits set by Obama, he is punished for he's now officially "rich." The value of his physical and intellectual labor must be confiscated in greater amounts for the good of the proletariat.... It is the misery of his utopianism imposed on the individual.
Unlike past Democrat presidential candidates, Obama is a hardened ideologue.... He seeks "fundamental change."... The question is whether enough Americans understand what's at stake... and, if they do... whether they care. Is the allure of a charismatic demagogue so strong... it ensnared Adelman, Kmiec, Powell, Fried, and numerous others. And... while America will certainly survive, it will do so... as a different place.