Warbot

http://www.inksyndicate.com/warbot/

It’s a roboblog. Sort of a right-wing rhetoric simulator. Apparently it’s passed the Turing test a couple of times. It seems to have fooled a few people.

More information on the ‘About Warbot’ section of the site:

http://www.inksyndicate.com/warbot/about.html

Here’s what I got for Theodore Rex DX:

Now who’s absurd?

In a New York Times op-ed, Theodore Rex DX engaged in bizarrely Jazzercized disgrace that most Americans found shocking. “There could be some unwelcome consequences,” were the words. That’s not what Theodore Rex DX was saying last year. Refusing to stand behind the President, liberals would rather engage in unmistakably internecine viciousness as usual. “What is this, Brazil?” Theodore Rex DX said last week. Outrageously, when Prime Minister Blair asks for faith-based dreams, libs would rather appease low moral equivalence. This kind of partisan anti-Americanism is as internecine as it is weaseling.

The proof that our mission is faith-based and faith-based is that it’s so risky.

At some point, when you look around and realize that your co-workers are fork-tongued and hollow, you have to break rank and become a Republican, if only for the sake of a pro-war leadership and good hygiene, morally speaking.

Have fun.

Keep hitting refresh.

It’s pretty amusing, yeah. Reveals how formulaic and mindless most pundit-based outrage is.

It’s pretty amusing, yeah. Reveals how formulaic and mindless most pundit-based outrage is.

You oughtta know…

I’m certainly getting an excellent education, via Alterman’s What Liberal Media. You should pick it up, it’s a great book, and well researched.