Monday, July 27, 2009

Dems to Introduce Bill Naming HI as PeeBo's Birth State (UPDATED)

433,000 Americans added to the long-term unemployed last month, and this is what your Congress is up to...

Listen, for the record, I don't believe PeeBo was born in Kenya, Zimbabwe or Niger, but why in the name of all that is good an holy in the world wont the most transparent administration ever release the long form birth certificate? The reality is the longer they hold out, the more nutty the Republicans look. This issue is a major issue for about 22% of the Republican party base. It's effectively an annoyance to the Republicans and something keeping them from cohesively focusing on bringing down PeeBo's initiatives. The Birth Certificate issue allows Dems to pigeon hole Republicans as supporting kook fringe conspiracy theories, even if this one isn't so kooky or fringy.

McCain's team vetted the Birth Certificate issue and found nothing worthy of chasing, so let us all slowly let it fade away. Please?

(Update) Michelle Bachmann blocks... This doesn't look like it's going to end well.

6 People Have Had Their Say:

paul mitchell on July 27, 2009 at 5:31 PM said...

Oh Hell, CL, the McCainiac could not find his ass in the bathtub with both hands and GPS.

I love the "Nirther" (remember the 'Tards misspell everything) movement. I find it very fun to watch everyone, Libtard and normal person alike, get all cuh-razee about the Obamoron's BC.

And actually, I keep egging it on, too. Because I SUCK.

classicaliberal on July 27, 2009 at 5:39 PM said...

Don't get me wrong, I'd like to see it, too. But this thing is now being used to marginalize Congressional Republicans when they should be uniting in an effort to present a clear message on how they are different than Democrats.

And, to your point about McCain, I agree... easily the worst candidate the GOP has put forward in the last 75 years.

I think there's a difference between toying with conspiracy theorists and allowing an issue to define a political movement, which is exactly what the Dems in congress are trying to do with this. Republicans need to grab this issue by the horns and make it their own, setting the narrative and beat the Demotards over the head with it.

So to you my brother, I say toy away!

paul mitchell on July 27, 2009 at 5:43 PM said...

The McCainiac was exactly like Bob Dole without the charm and humor.

And as far as the BC is really concerned, I think that even if we found out that Barry was a defective, stuttering automaton from Disney, they STILL wouldn't remove him from office now.

classicaliberal on July 27, 2009 at 5:46 PM said...

Do you really believe that the Constitution matters to the bumbling idiots who voted for this guy? Question of the day: Would rule of law, or popularity polls win out if it was discovered that he was born on Mars?

I think, as you do, that he stays no matter what the BC says.

Andy on July 27, 2009 at 5:50 PM said...

CL, I have agreed with Paul before that this is not going anywhere...

But I also know that where there's smoke, there's fire. As you note, this could have been easily dispensed with long ago...if there was a way to dispense with it.

Obviously there is not. There are a couple of reasons to keep it alive (aside from Paul's "very fun to watch" reason).

First of all, we don't want this to happen again. When the next Kenyan-born retard runs for office, we want him to fake some really good birth certificate before he comes to power and continues the quest to turn America into something resembling Kenya.

Secondly, "if you give 'em an inch, they'll take a mile." If the public (and the courts) can look at this issue and say, "well, those old founding father guys didn't really mean what they said when they wrote that old dusty document in funny spelling," when it comes to eligibility to run the whole shooting match...

Then it is much easier for the public (and the courts) to doubt what they "meant" about those pesky Amendments...1'st, 2nd, 5th, etc...

My great hope is that this does "fade away" as a concern of the far right. I hope that BozObama becomes such a ridiculous joke in the eyes of the public at large that his "true believers" start sniffing around for a reason to get rid of him.

classicaliberal on July 27, 2009 at 5:56 PM said...

Andy - I understand your point, and the point of many who would like to see this issue through to fruition. I also think that unfortunately this is going to be hung around the necks of GOP Congressmen who are too dumb to figure out how to use this gift.

The difficult thing is, from a political standpoint, do you side with what is right (the law regarding citizenship and the Presidency) or do you side with the popular viewpoint as not to risk losing voters?

We being smart, well edumacted conservatives know that no matter what the answer is always what is right, but Republicans in congress are too dumb to do whats right, and too stupid to use this gift to educate the public and make Dems look like the asses they are in the process.


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