And now for a piece of totally balanced conservative media analysis

First, watch this. Skip to about 1:55 if you’re in a hurry.

A New Orleans-style jazz funeral held by the Gamaliel Foundation, an interfaith community organizing group, for the old health care system. Maybe not a conventional tactic, but nothing too ridiculous… right?

Right, until you let Andrew Breitbart get his hands on it. Then, all of a sudden, “blogger analysis” turns the traditional responses “Hear our cry, O God” and “Deliver us, O God” into Obama-worship. Hence the tag: “NEWLY DISCOVERED: COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS APPEAR TO ‘PRAY’ TO PRESIDENT-ELECT OBAMA.”

Wow.

This is the part where I’d ordinarily insert my own snark, but the “blogger analysis” at Breitbart can probably stand on its own.

For instance, take Scooter’s comment:

Fine I’ll be the first to say it.
Antichrist anyone?
Just sayin.

Or Brian’s:

I have always discounted the Obama as anti-Christ idea; I am startig to rethink my position.

And the only thing worse than Antichrist allusions:

Any ideas as to the group with all the red baseball caps? I have seen ACORN groups with similar attire.

Mark S throws in some compassionate conservatism:

This is psycho. You want healthcare? No one is stopping you from getting it. Buy it. Can’t afford it? Get a 2nd job. I don’t want to pay for your healthcare. It’s not my job, it’s not my problem.

But probably my favorite is from “seriously”:

When you play the audio backwards it says… wait for it…

wait for it…

amabo yrap ruo raeh

Think on that one for a while.