Birthers and Liars

Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Posted in category Messiah Obama

An MSNBC story likens the birther movement to a conspiratorial, whacko movement to discredit Obama and the Democratic Party. The author, Bill Pascoe, says that birthers should be excommunicated from the church of the “real conservative party,” not unlike the Birchers being purged from the ranks of the conservative movement. He states:

Reasonable and responsible conservatives, thus, are stuck. We are being lumped in with irresponsible and unreasonable conspiracy theorists.

…As one of the GOP operatives whose job it was to defeat Barack Obama in a campaign for federal office (there have only been three GOP campaigns run against him, and I’ve been involved with two of them), I can attest to the fact that nowhere in our opposition research did we find any reason to believe that the man was not a natural born citizen of the United States.

In response I ask: Why is it that Obama and his adminstration do not simply quell this so-called conspiracy by producing evidence to the contrary? Perhaps for the same reasons that Obama’s college thesis was supposedly lost, and there is a lack of authored papers during Obama’s tenures at Harvard Law Review and the University of Chicago?

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3 Responses to Birthers and Liars

  1. Dean says:

    July 29th, 2009 at 5:23 pm

    So what if he’s found out? It’s not like his entire administration is going to be scrapped. We’ll just end up with President Biden, and business as usual.

  2. Michael the Artist says:

    July 29th, 2009 at 6:21 pm

    He won’t do it until there’s some sort of political boost for him.

    “It’s all bullshit, folks, and it’s bad for ya.”

  3. Bruce says:

    July 30th, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    Its my opinion that the reason they don’t produce documents is because either they don’t exist, or they would not be definitively positive for Obama.

    I think they believe its easier to charge “wacko” and “conspiracy nuts” than honestly address the issue. There’s also a compelling case to be made that Obama did not solely write his first book.
    But when reputable literary experts like Jack Cashill bring that up, and present substantial evidence, they are mocked by the msm.

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