We recently took a guy with no birth certificate, no brain, and put him in the White House.That's polarizing. But it wasn't the half of it.
I have a dream. My dream is that if Barack Obama even seeks reelection in 2012 that he won't be able to go to any city in any town in any city in America, and ask, "where's the birth certificate?"He continued on by comparing Jesus' birth to Obama's. More evidence of Jesus' birth exists than evidence of our President's, he said. Then he went off on a tangent that I, listening closely, could barely follow. It had to do with Obama's inner circle. Biblical theory. And of course, it was all tied into Obama's birth certificate.
...if Sarah Palin — vice presidential nominee and somebody who is still talked about as the GOP’s presidential nominee in 2012 — isn’t a “mainstream Republican,” who is? And if she’s taking the same stage where Tancredo and Farah have been propounding their foolishness, why should the rest of us not believe that the birther and nativist nuts aren’t welcome in polite Republican circles?That was a pretty common criticism heard around the banquet tables last night. But I just can't believe that everyone who raises questions about Obama's birth certificate is a "nut," and even if you do, you've got to be kidding if you think more GOP candidates have shared the stage with "nuts" than Democrats — does anyone need a reminder of our sitting President's declared affiliations?
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