This is war, Martin Eisenstadt, war I say
November 3, 2008 by William K. Wolfrum
For quite some time, I had been satisfied with the work I did outing Martin Eisenstadt as a hoax and fraud. I had figured I done my part shaming and humiliating him and that anyone who fell for his shenanigans deserved to be shamed and humiliated. Like Dan Riehl, who eagerly swallowed Eisenstadt’s spoof that a Saturday Night Live cast member had hooked up with Joe the Plumber. Of course, Riehl lives in his own little world of shame and humiliation, so it had little effect on him.
Nonetheless, I figured I was done with Eisenstadt. Until he decided to slam me as merely a golf-blogging stalker that may or may not exist in one of his recent videos.
Eisenstadt has picked the wrong man to mess with. I have won not one, but two Alaska Press Club Awards. I have been featured in The Huffington Post. And I have had literally several readers praise my work on the post “Jesus Christ quits Christianity after viewing Republican platform.” Obviously, I am not a man to be trifled with.
But Eisenstadt has trifled with me. Thus, I am left with no choice but to call together my elite cadre of lawyers and sue Martin Eisenstadt until I have everything he owns. Which I assume is a lap top and a video camera. I’m going to sue him until he is forced to live in the wilderness with squirrels, all of whom will take time out of their days to spit on him. I’m going to sue him until even Joe the Plumber pities him.
You have brought this upon yourself, Eisenstadt, or whatever your name is. You have started this war. And I will end it with a a shock-and-awe style attack of lawyers the likes of which will leave you traumatized every time you see an expensive tie. Like you, this won’t be pretty. But you have brought this upon yourself.