But I think there's enough evidence to warrant investigation of the charge.
Similarly, William "Bill" Randall, running to unseat Brad Miller from North Carolina's 13th Congressional District, admits that he is aware of no concrete proof that BP and the federal government "colluded" to cause the Deepwater Horizon oil well to explode.
But he still thinks that the circumstances, the timing, and the voices in his head all make for a strong possibility that Obama and BP deliberately blew the well.
Strong enough that, when elected to Congress (assuming he can get through a runoff next Tuesday, and win the general election in November) that's the first thing the Select House Committee on Delusions, Hallucinations, and Visions Induced By Huffing Aerosol Spray Cans will investigate.
Bill Randall, of course, will chair the Committee.
What remains to be seen is whether Randall, who proclaims himself the "Tea Party" champion for the Thirteenth District, will make it through his run-off election against Bernie Reeves on June 22. Randall led the last election by a margin of 32 votes, presumably aided by an escape from the Wake County mental hospital during the primary.
I must admit that I am no fan of the Republican Party, which in its establishment form (typified by both Presidents named George Bush) is just a different flavor of corruption, waste, and big government, and that I find much to admire in the primarily Republican insurgency that is the "Tea Party" movement: emphasis on fiscal responsibility, smaller government, and individual freedoms.
Unfortunately, it appears that just as the Tea Party has made inroads into the "establishment" Republican Party, the Tea Party itself has been infiltrated by a small but dedicated cadre of cranks, fools, and wingnuts, the sort of people (most) Republicans justly derided as moonbats when they insisted "9/11 was an inside job!"
If Republicans nominate maniacs and loose cannons like Bill Randall to bear their standards, will they be left shouting "November 2 was an inside job!" come election day?