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This has real potential
I think there might be a lot of humor in doing back-to-back plot twists. (something like double agents and triple agents) Technically a "double parodist" would probably involve reverse-reverse psychology, or getting your listeners to act in the opposite way that's so outlandish that their listeners then respond in revulsion. (which, if sustainable, could cause each side to become progressively more extreme — a "parodist feedback loop" if you will — not an inaccurate explanation for U.S. politics). But to make the article as funny as possible, other non-parodist plot twists can probably be squeezed in too. --Toiretni 00:12, 17 July 2008 (EDT)
Namespace  Why is this in Conservapedia namespace? It's just a rehash of deep cover liberal & doesn't mention Conservapedia at all (other than including Schlafly). There is definitely potential for an article on parodists at CP, but this ain't it. weaseLOId~ 16:07, 13 October 2008 (EDT)
- I've deleted most of the previous, which was a rehash of deep cover liberal & not relevant to CP, & replaced with more appropriate content. Still needs more detail & examples. weaseLOId~ 16:32, 13 October 2008 (EDT)
I disagree with this statement
"RationalWiki doesn't encourage parody. Not because we want to protect Conservapedia, but because it's funnier to contemplate Conservapedia's stupidity when it's genuine conservative silliness and not parody."