Huffpo blogger who hit bottom with 'retard' post, keeps digging

Erik Sean Nelson, credited  as a "fiction author comedy writer" in his Huff Po post uncomedically titled   

Palin Will Run In '12 On More Retardation Platform   

is now desperately resorting to fiction.  No, let's be accurate and call it lying.    Because few believed his first lying fiction explaining the removal of his post  

"No one was seeing the absurdity of Palin hiding behind her children, so my piece was not accomplishing anything good." 

 he removed that and went with an (in)sincerel  apology.    

I wrote a piece making fun of the fact that a Trig Palin joke was given as the reason that Sarah Palin left office. I wrote jokes that were offensive but my intent was for them to be ironic and therefore not offensive. I was wrong. Within ten minutes of my post I received some emails from the loved ones of the retarded and I saw that my piece was hurtful. Therefore, I removed the post right after receiving the first 2 emails.

I removed it immediately because I saw that it did not come across as I intended. I apologize to all of those who were offended.

And  those HuffPo fans and others who were not offended because they are just so, so-o-o clever to understand Nelson's irony will continue joking about the retarded and the loved ones who care for them.
Erik Sean Nelson, credited  as a "fiction author comedy writer" in his Huff Po post uncomedically titled   

Palin Will Run In '12 On More Retardation Platform   

is now desperately resorting to fiction.  No, let's be accurate and call it lying.    Because few believed his first lying fiction explaining the removal of his post  

"No one was seeing the absurdity of Palin hiding behind her children, so my piece was not accomplishing anything good." 

 he removed that and went with an (in)sincerel  apology.    

I wrote a piece making fun of the fact that a Trig Palin joke was given as the reason that Sarah Palin left office. I wrote jokes that were offensive but my intent was for them to be ironic and therefore not offensive. I was wrong. Within ten minutes of my post I received some emails from the loved ones of the retarded and I saw that my piece was hurtful. Therefore, I removed the post right after receiving the first 2 emails.

I removed it immediately because I saw that it did not come across as I intended. I apologize to all of those who were offended.

And  those HuffPo fans and others who were not offended because they are just so, so-o-o clever to understand Nelson's irony will continue joking about the retarded and the loved ones who care for them.