Watch that and the Times piece by one of "Obama's brownshirts in the media" (known to you and me as David Aaronovitch) seems almost superfluous. If you want to go further with DA's conspiracy theory thing, read John H Richardson in Esquire: part 1; part 2. 9/11 conspiracy nuts to birthers: not a great leap at all.
Near the cafeteria, a man named Ernie was passing out free copies of a video called The Obama Deception. Produced by a Texas radio host named Alex Jones, it argues that the Wall Street elite created the economic crisis in order to cause a panic that would grease the skids to fascism. (Jones also believes that 9/11 was an inside job.)
Of course, the mobs (what else to call them?) against Obama are pro-free market. And not just abstract free market, but the system which currently obtains in the US (or did until this year; and, yes, I do know that that's not and never has been an ideal free market). They also believe AT THE SAME TIME that the "Wall Street elite" hate capitalism. It's not that I don't understand their thought processes: it's that what they say doesn't resemble thinking.