Not the least of David Vance's many qualities as El Supremo at Biased BBC is his ability to choose classy friends.
Latest in the roll of, erm, honour are a husband and wife team of bloggers from Philadelphia, who were today given a slot on Mr Vance's Irish blog... to call for the overthrow of the US Government.
Grizzly Mama/Troll, as they style themselves, treated Vance's readers to a chunk of the Declaration of Independence and then some of the most contentious analysis since Comical Ali claimed the Americans would surrender as their tanks closed in on his capital.
According to the Grizzlies, Obama is guilty of seizing the Banking Industry… 2/3rds of the Auto Industry….The banning of the production of the very blood that allows the country to live.
Don't be fooled that the President is trying to allow poor Americans some chance of fair access to health care: He is forcing Millions into subhuman care.
Then it's Apocalypse Now: Jefferson, Franklin and Adams are rolling in their graves at the monstrosity that sits in power over the people.
What to do about this, um, monstrosity?
They have taken authorities never granted them, and it is getting near time to end the Tyranny.
Yee-haw! We got ourselves a Confederacy!
A clue to the Grisly Grizzlies' quality lies in the accumulating bathos of their replies to debaters. (Even David Vance's trustees don't like the sound of insurrection against a democratically-elected Government). The Grizzlies try to use the word privilege several times, with increasingly wayward results:
a privalage granted by the state
a PRIVILAGE GRANTED by the state
a privilage granted by the state
a privalidge granted by the state
the privaledge they have granted
The Grizzlies join a select menagerie of David's blogging chums:
Perhaps it's time to remind ourselves of David Vance's modest claim for the good nature of Biased BBC:
B-BBC is and shall remain a place for civilised debate and attempts to suggest otherwise are pathetic.
Indeed. Who next to lecture Britain's public broadcaster on the morality of its behaviour? Can the Unabomber be far away?