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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

clint9 Wrote: May 31, 2012 5:52 AM
It was Hillary's camp that started the first legal cases against Obama's eligibility two weeks after the 2008 DNC convention. Hillary knew Obama was ineligible. That's why, as the beltway-insider, in early 2008 she yanked him into an intentionally uncomfortable 6-person Senate committee to dig through McCain's eligibility. Initially Hillary probably planned to select Obama as her VP choice and surge to a clear victory with a stunning ticket; however, when Obama's own campaign for the WH overtook Mrs. Clinton's, thermo-nuclear war probably began between Dean, Soros, and the Clintons. Two weeks before the election, even Wolf on CNN said "If Obama is found ineligible, can Hilary win on a 2-week run?" The heat was on all the way to the end
b_niles57 Wrote: May 31, 2012 1:34 PM
You are correct that it began with a Pro-Hilary nut job what?? She was a nut just like every birther here. From there, most of your sentences contain the word "probably" which pretty much destroys any factual credibility your theory might have. "Probably" Obama was born on Pluto.
Skipper13 Wrote: May 31, 2012 3:16 PM
Born on Pluto? Really! Are you ever going to make any rational argument, or are you just trolling making asinine irrelevant posting for amusement sake? I have yet to see you make any sensible argument supporting the nonsensical notion that being a Natural Born Citizen can somehow "Shazam, like magic" be just any "Anchor Baby" born here to any non-citizen parents! TROLL!
b_niles57 Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 10:08 AM
Aww Skippy, I think you just didn't unerstand my post.
Wayne331 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 1:43 PM
Since Pluto was the god of the underworld -- I find that rather appropriate.

Birtherism -- the belief that Barack Obama was born in Kenya, not in the United States -- pretty much died last year when the White House released a copy of the president's long-form birth certificate showing he was born in Honolulu on Aug. 4, 1961. After that, the number of Americans who doubted Obama's place of birth dropped dramatically.

But not to zero. In recent days, there has been a mini-resurgence of birther talk, from Arizona, where the secretary of state questioned Obama's eligibility to be on the ballot, to Iowa, where some Republicans want to require presidential candidates to prove...