Wade Rathke, the America-hating 1960s radical who founded ACORN, isn’t too happy with the adverse publicity he’s been receiving lately as a result of my book Subversion Inc: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers (WND Books).
Here’s what cult leader Rathke, who’s not a bad writer sometimes, has to say about yours truly:
It isn’t hard to hear the death rattle of desperation in the latest farcical efforts of Congressman Steve King to try to revive a dying political career and a blogger trying to flack a mail-order book at the expense of ACORN, the once great community organization. [emphasis added]
Elsewhere in the post Louisiana’s leading sociopath describes me as “a blogger trying to generate sales for his mail-order book attacking ACORN” and simply as “the blogger.”
Apparently “blogger” is intended as an epithet. I guess I am one but I don’t use the term because I started out in print journalism years ago (not that there’s anything wrong with being a blogger). Whatever floats Rathke’s boat.
Anyway, it’s amazing that Rathke and his embezzling little brother Dale remain at large.
(Oh, and I’ve seen the book for sale at Barnes and Noble so mail order isn’t the only way you can get your hands on the book that G. Gordon Liddy calls “dynamite with a short fuse.”)