Wednesday, April 27, 2011


About a month ago, Whoopi Goldberg got into a heated debate with Donald Trump over President Barack Obama's birth certificate, and basically dismissed Trump's suspicions that President Obama is not an American citizen as racist.

Which is why I do not watch anything with Whoopi Goldberg in it. I am tired of blacks calling anyone who disagrees with them racist.

Whoopi also said no one would have asked John McCain to show his birth certificate.

Sorry, Whoopi-every Presidential candidate has to show it.

McCain's birth certificate was issued by the 'family hospital' in the Coco Solo submarine base. The former unincorporated territory of the Panama Canal Zone and its related military facilities were not regarded as United States territory at the time, but was retroactively conferred on individuals born within the Canal Zone on or after February 26, 1904, and on individuals born in the Republic of Panama on or after that date who had at least one U.S. citizen parent employed by the U.S. government or the Panama Railway Company.

And while I found the document Kenya boy orginally showed acceptable (my employer was okay with me showing the same thing), it always nagged at me why Barry didn't produce the real thing. I don't feel like taking time off, flying across the country and waiting in line at a state agency to get my "official" one.

He's the frickin' President. He can send someone to do all that. Like the CIA. Or the Secret Service. Hell, just have a troop carrier stop in Hawaii on the way to fight another unconstitutional war in the Middle East and have them warm up on the Hawaii records department.

According to the White House page, our Hero believed the distraction over his birth certificate wasn’t good for the country. It may have been good politics and good TV, but it was bad for the American people and distracting from the many challenges we face as a country. You know, challenges like accumulating trillions in debt, fighting unconstitutional wars, and bringing the country closer to Communism (check the Communist Manifesto-we are more than halfway there).

Aren't you getting all misty-eyed? Loosely translated, it means Donald Trump was making a fool out of the Messiah.

Actually, I was not surprised that the President could get a copy, and I am not going to jump on the "it's afake" bandwagon. He brought all this on himself by not producing the thing two years ago.

If you want to show leadership, walk the walk. Leadership isn't ducking a problem for two years. Leadership would have been nipping this in the bud, not holding it back until it could help your approval rating.

Ah, but I questioned a black president;s motives. Does that make me racist. We already know it does in the highly educated eyes of the Whoopi cushoin. But apparently, I am also a bigot according to Jesse Jackson (reverend my a$$).

On the Huffington Post, Jesse says, "the legitimacy of President Obama's citizenship is unquestionable. While his birth in Hawaii has been proven and documented over and over again, hopefully by releasing the "long form" of his birth certificate the issue will be put to rest once and for all."

Unquestionable? Proven and documented over and over again? In what country, Jesse?

"The birther fringe's "questions" about President Obama's birth certificate, his religion and most recently his college admissions are silly and based upon unfounded accusations -- coded and covert rhetoric to stir up racial fears."

There we go with the racist card.

It can't be because they think PO is a LIAR. You see, Jesse, if you really were a reverend (or at least not ordained by a church that advertises on a matchbook cover), you would know that integrity is not about race, it's about character. Character is something you don't really know too much about, so maybe you should stick to readings of "Green Eggs And Ham" on Saturday Night Live, which is your only public appearance worth mentioning.

It is not just the birth of President Obama that is at stake. Those leading the charge for states' rights are against the birth of EEOC. They are against the birth of contract compliance. They are against the birth of Title IV. They are against the birth of Affirmative Action. They are against the birth of the Voting Right Act. The attack against the president is really an attack against the birth of the Civil Rights Movement.

So here, at last is the truth.

The issue is people who are against our plunge into Communism, and want to see the government living up to the principles of individual freedom it was founded on.

You see Jesse, if you ever READ the Constitution, you'd know that any power not expressly granted to the Federal government is reserved for the states. Which is all the state's rights movements are pushing for.

So Jesse, how about we agree on this-you stop acting "holier-than-thou" and I'll stop posting picture of your more honest moments, like this:

1 comment:

  1. Oh yeah, I believe Jesse Jackson is a "Christian minister" the same way I believe that Barack Obama is an "American president".

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