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Mar. 2 2010 - 12:24 pm | 51 views | 0 recommendations | 0 comments

White Supremacist Robert Stacy McCain Whines About Being Called Insane

White supremacist blogger Robert Stacy McCain has a post at the American Spectator decrying the practice of accusing opponents of insanity.

Accusing opponents of dangerous insanity has become so commonplace in the Age of Obama that such discourse is now taken for granted.

This is the neo-Confederate member of the League of the South, by the way, who has made it his life’s work to smear me at every opportunity, posting at least 100 (!) entries at his website in retaliation for exposing his many racist statements and connections to neo-Nazis and white supremacists. He’s started a little cottage industry dedicated to calling me… insane. Among other things.

Insults he has thrown at me include:

• ”Mad King Charles”
• “Johnsonoid insanity”
• “A fat, bloated beady eyed jerkoff”
• “The Right-o-Sphere can never, ever again question the sanity of Charles Johnson or Andrew Sullivan.”
• “Charles Johnson is a sociopath.”

… and on and on and on. McCain has also accused people who argue against his smear campaign of “sucking Charles Johnson’s c*ck.”

And here’s McCain with an article whining about how mean it is when people call conservatives “dangerously insane.”

Hypocrisy — it’s for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at McCain’s Hate Hole.

UPDATE at 3/2/10 3:15:20 pm:

Barrett Brown comments:

By the way, Johnson has more fodder against McCain on this point than even he remembers; his archives indicate that, during McCain’s stint as editor of The Washington Times, McCain published a piece entitled “Insanity Factories,” which presumably depicts some or another group of institutions to which he is opposed as pumping out insane people. The piece in question was written by jailed neo-Nazi leader Bill White – a longtime associate of McCain’s, and just one of several firm links between this prolific correspondent for The American Spectator and the international white supremacist movement. Crazy, huh?


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