July 28, 2009

It's no secret that a large chunk of what remains of the Republican Party base is made up of under-informed, far-right extremists and the like. Take for instance, the above now-infamous video of a woman who went berserk over the Birther conspiracy at a town hall meeting last week in Delaware. We're now learning more about her, and as it turns out she's well known in certain circles in her hometown and is so far out of her skull that even a conservative leaning radio station has banned her from calling:

When a woman in a red shirt stood up in a Georgetown senior center on June 30 and began yelling at U.S. Rep. Mike Castle about President Barack Obama's birth certificate, her rant was caught on video and has since become a TV and Internet sensation.

The star of the show -- known as "Crazy Eileen" to callers of a Sussex County talk radio station -- has gone into seclusion, declining interviews and avoiding publicity, even as previous statements by her have emerged referring to Obama as "the antichrist" and speaking of aliens and angels.

...According to another WGMD host, Jared Morris, she has been banned from calling the station -- known for its conservative leanings and hosts -- on several occasions. Read on...

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