I overshot. I read so many delightfully psychotic breaks from the right's post-debate wingnut ward that they started blurring into an undifferentiated mass of monochromatic madness and now I'm left with a tough, tough decision: Which among this homogenized chunk of Obama Derangement Syndrome should be honored as the absolutely pixilated craziest?
Well, a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do, Mary Lou, and, in the end, I had to go with Newsbusters' post. It is enchantingly unhinged--arguably unsurpassed in the annals of breath-holding, carpet-chewing partisan tantrums. A taste: Candy Crowley disgraced herself tonight ... [in] one of the most outrageous acts of liberal bias in history.
It gets even better.
Her most outrageous act tonight was her incorrect seconding of Obama's statement that he declared the Libya terrorist attacks to be "terror." While Obama did indeed use the word, this is not what he meant by it.
So, Obama actually meant ... maybe ... acts of kindness? We know he said "acts of terror," but he didn't really mean "terror," as in, terror?
Oh, and I do have a runner-up. Ohio's former secretary of state, Ken Blackwell, averted all the trouble of spitting outrage and simply crawled into a hole of oblivious denial:
Romney was slightly behind on points after an hour. He pulled even after the Benghazi exchange.
Poor Ken. Drooling is such a messy business.