This is great stuff. Praise jesus for the new technological age, internet, bloggers, and those of us who have just plain ol' had enough. No more espousing your horrendous ideals, or perpetuating your dirty deeds and getting away with it. Someone will be there to call you on it. - sj
Elected Birthers on the Hill
by Mike Stark
University of VA Law Student, a Marine, and a Citizen Journalist
from Huffington Post
July 27th, 2009
Thanks to FireDogLake and Campaign Silo for giving me the opportunity to do this work!
Check out this video: several Republican Congressman tell me they don't believe Barack Obama is an American. Several dodge the question. Others offer weak-tea justifications for kinda-sorta believing Obama is a natural born citizen, Constitutionally fit to hold the office of President of the United States of America. Only one, Trent Franks of Arizona, gives a correct and clear answer, but even he can't help himself from suggesting that Obama is facilitating Jihad and turning America into a socialist state.
Folks, this is what it has come to. The most powerful people in the world -- nationally elected legislators responsible for setting policy for the most powerful country on earth -- are lining up with cuckoo-bat-shit-crazy elements of the lunatic fringe.
And they have to. It's their base.
So... with the Republican Party completely untracked from the rails of sanity...
Have we finally found our answer as to why George Bush got elected twice?
Why we went to war against a nation that hadn't wronged us?
Is it any wonder we can't get sane environmental policies passed?
Is it any wonder we can't get the fundamental rudiments of civil society like health care for all, childhood nutrition and effective anti-poverty measures through Congress?
All of a sudden, bailing out billionaire bankers while dithering on health care reform starts to make sense, doesn't it?
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