The Fundamentalist Era, Ctd

A reader writes:

The day Palin's book came out I wrote the original review on Amazon that you quoted from buzzfeed ("So what if Sarah Palin didn't write this book? Even God used early scribes to write the Bible,"), although someone named "Moe Hong" later came along and quoted me. The scary thing is, I don't know if Moe was being facetious.  I was, but now feel guilty about it.

I rated Going Rogue five-stars because I wanted my satire to be complete.  Admittedly, my intent was to be ranked the most helpful review so that customers would read it, click my profile and go to MY books (my memoir details growing up and coming out of and leaving fundamentalism) but after reading your blog this week about why you take her seriously, I have had second thoughts about treating her and this book so lightly.  Just because I can't possibly take her seriously, nor see any way anyone else could take her seriously, doesn't mean she's not a serious danger to my country. 
I think Moe Hong was engaging in satire as well on reflection. But who knows? That we even have to ask suggests how deeply fundamentalism has infected our consciousness.