Right. Got it. The truth -- Obama's own truth in Obama's own words -- is now a conspiracy. Stuff that up your Memory Hole, Mr. Smith.
Of course the White House attack didn't leave out those extremist Tea-bagging racist, one-toothed, slow-witted idjits who never vote Democrat, saying, "It should say enough about D’Souza’s credibility that a movie catering to the Tea Party attacks someone for allegedly ‘anti-colonial’ views.”
As a Tea Partier myself, I would say that my president doesn't like me much. The Great Uniter, the man who was not like us, who was a gift from God come to heal our souls, has kind of a bitchy side to him, don't you think?
For D'Souza's part, he's having none of it.
“Their original strategy was to lie low and hope this goes away, but now they’re launching a full-scale attack,” D’Souza told The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday. “And this is one of the most bizarre, clumsy and ineffective attacks I have seen in politics. Half of the stuff they talk about isn’t even in the film, like the Lockerbie bomber. These guys are referencing a Columbia Journalism Review article that’s two years old and is about my book, not about the film.”
One gets the feeling from the myriad attacks and smears that erupt out of the White House against anyone who dares question the actions of President Present that adolescents and pre-teens are working for Obama. Stupid kids. They never seem interested in even checking the accuracy of their attacks. It's as if they are simply relying instead on issuing talking points to the faithful, knowing they will race around the internet to gain validity simply through repetition. And spittle.
The truth isn't necessary when every argument dissolves into screaming accusations of racism and conspiracies.
So add anti-colonialism to the list of code words.