points out that Ryan Silberstein glommed onto another juicy right wing urban legend like it was the gospel. This time it was the claim that Iran's roughly 25,000 Jews would have to sew a yellow strip of cloth on the front of their clothes, while Christians would wear red badges and Zoroastrians would be forced to wear blue cloth.
What is with these guys and their gullibility? They will literaly fall for anything.
Here are some other case studies:"Santa Claus" is a bad word in elementary school.
5 Dec 2005Wing-nut urban legends like this always kick start rounds of republican faux weeping for the state of humanity. Their unquenchable thirst for BS probably explains why they believe in other fantasies like; "They will greet us as liberators"The inane story of a "left-wing" prof who runs into a righteous Navy Seal.
9 Jan 2006Q. What is funnier than a bunch of gullible wing-nuts falling for some urban legend and passing it off as a true story?
A. A bunch of gullible wing-nuts falling for some urban legend and passing it off as a true story, getting called on it.
I think this study in wingnutia, makes it clear that there is a correlation between the eagerness of these people to believe nonsense and a their ability to promote the myth that republicans can govern.