Depressed Bush lovers may only make up about 28% of an already dumb population, but that’s still a lot of people — 60 million of the country’s 217 million adults. That’s exactly the population of France!
Just like we now require a “rock music” industry for Christian kids and handicapped parking spaces for the crippled, we also need parallel-world media for Bushbots. They’ve got a new comedy political show that boldly never makes a joke about the president, and now they’ve got their own “Conservapedia” that won’t allow foreigners and science to muck up The Truth. Come see what makes them differently abled, after the jump.
One problem with Wikipedia — other than smart-asses constantly vandalizing the pages — is that your evangelical daughter could be sitting there in her purity belt trying to do a home-school lesson on why Jesus is the most awesome ghost and accidentally come across the calender designation “C.E.”
Conservapedia explains: “Wikipedia allows the use of B.C.E. instead of B.C. and C.E. instead of A.D. The dates are based on the birth of Jesus, so why pretend otherwise? Conservapedia is Christian-friendly and exposes the CE deception.”
And what if your daughter comes across a foreign spelling of a word? Next thing you know, there’s a Mexican fetus growing under her burqa:
“Wikipedia often uses foreign spelling of words, even though most English speaking users are American. Look up “Most Favored Nation” on Wikipedia and it automatically converts the spelling to the British spelling “Most Favoured Nation”, even there there are far more American than British users. Look up “Division of labor” on Wikipedia and it automatically converts to the British spelling “Division of labour,” then insists on the British spelling for “specialization” also.. Enter “Hapsburg” (the European ruling family) and Wikipedia automatically changes the spelling to Habsburg, even though the American spelling has always been “Hapsburg”. Within entries British spellings appear in the silliest of places, even when the topic is American. Conservapedia favors American spellings of words.”
We encourage Wonkette readers to contribute to this fast-growing, Jeebus-and-America friendly online resource. Now if only somebody would solve the problem of Digg being so damned libtard ….
Examples of bias in Wikipedia [Conservapedia]
Possible proof that Digg.com is biased against Conservatives [Politics.Wikia]