Blogger confesses to Kennedy assassination
I'm putting Markos Moulitsas ZÃƒÂºniga (DailyKos), John Amato (Crooks & Liars), Duncan Black (Eschaton), John Aravosis (AMERICAblog) and Jane Hamsher (Firedoglake) all on notice that, by this time next week, I will have more hits on my web site than all of them combined. Actually, I'll probably have more readers than all blogs -- period.
How do I plan to pull this off with little ol' BobGeiger.com? Because I have discovered the secret to getting the kind of non-stop media attention that was formerly reserved for something like a moon landing. Big-time fame is easy if you understand what today's national media goes for.
Yes, I've got it now and I'm going to let you in on it. I've given exclusive initial rights to my story to the Associated Press and, without spilling all the juicy details, I'll give you a sneak peek at what's going to take the corporate media by storm next week.
NEW YORK - All of America was rocked to the core today, when a Progressive blogger came forward to confess to the assassination of beloved American President, John F. Kennedy. Kennedy was shot on November 22, 1963 during a Dallas parade by an assassin believed by most to be Lee Harvey Oswald, who was himself killed just two days after he was arrested on suspicion of killing the nation's 35th chief executive.
Robert James Geiger, 49, who works in New York City but lives in a peaceful Westchester County suburb, had been exchanging e-mails with noted Kennedy conspiracy theorist, Sid Badura, and convinced Badura he was the killer by knowing painstaking details of the fateful November day. According to Badura, Geiger knew things such as the color of Kennedy's suit, the make of car the president was in, the type of weapon used and even the hospital to which Kennedy was taken with his mortal wounds.
"It was spooky," said Badura, still shaken three days after reporting Geiger to New York City police, who immediately arrested the liberal writer. "No man could know so many details unless he did the crime. I always knew Oswald was nothing but a patsy."
"Yeah, I did it," said Geiger, seeming to stifle a laugh when mobbed by a crowd of reporters. "I was there. Right there in the window of the Texas Schoolbook Suppository."
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