All the money in the world, the secret hit campaigns, the subterfuge....and he still can't hide the truth.
It's a new day, man.
He can whine about it as much as he wants, but he's only going to expose his paranoia even further:
John Georges v. The Dangerous People of the Internet
I love Perry's comment....if you say the same thing to people over and over, you don't have to worry about being exposed. If you change your story for the audience you're speaking to, then you're fucked.
Say what you mean and mean what you say, the people will decide.
So what he's saying here is that anyone who has a mobile phone with video capability is dangerous....I guess his new platform is anti-iPhone. He should probably go back and edit the mobile phone out of the dog commercial.
I love Rob Couhig's body language through this clip. Georges included Rob's name along with Troy Henry and his own as being victims of an internet conspiracy. Rob looked like he was trying to distance himself from that number but Garland didn't recognize him.
And the conspiracy theory count is now up to Deux.
1. The honky cabal conspiracy.
2. The internet and iPhone conspiracy.
I gotta tell you, I'm bumfuzzled as to what the next one could be? Here are some thoughts:
- The Saints are conspiring to win the superbowl and that's why I lost the election.
- The earthquake in Haiti is diverting attention away from my campaign.
- There's a voodoo cult that is putting a hex on me.
These guys need to write for Glen Beck, or better yet, Pat Robertson.