The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

G. Gordon Liddy, Obama-buster!

I've gotta say, I'm actually halfway convinced by this:

Did B. Hussein borrow a passage of his book from a movie without attributing the story back to its source?

Stranger things have happened, I suppose.

Of course, the kind folks at Radio America Network have forgotten one teensy little thing—When Democrats take "Artistic license" with something, it's no big deal. It's only for we mere "conservatives" that it's a mortal blow.

Still, good to see the good Mr. Liddy speaking out with such fire and brimstone these days!



#1 Ross 26-Jul-2009
Since the movies had come out in 1962 and 1976, don't you think it possible that by 1979, many people had seen them and could quote from them, for example at college parties? I know people who quote from movies all day long. If people around him quoted from a movie, how does that make Obama's personal recollection "borrowed"?
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