reply to post by spinkyboo
This theory is not about the truth, if it were about the truth it would have ended a long time ago when Obama put his Birth Certificate online and
Hawaii confirmed that he was indeed born in Hawaii.
It's not about the truth at all. It's a pseudo conspiracy theory, built on a foundation of racism, framed with lies, and finished off with politics.
If Obama was indeed born in Kenya, there would have been no way he would have ever gotten to where he is. Clinton wouldn't have let it happen, she
would have destroyed him before the primary, even if that didn't happen, McCain sure as hell would have. But because he was born in Hawaii, and a
natural born Citizen, he is completely eligible for the office of POTUS.
But Birthers insist on believing every single lie that WND and Orly Taitz spew out there, because it helps them feel better about their closeted
racism. They can point to "the conspiracy" and say that is the reason.
Birthers insist on believing every single retarded (and I do use that word in its correct definition.) court case will be the be all end all of this
issue, then are quietly disappointed when at the end they don't see a black man hang.
Birthers will still bark at the moon until at least January 20, 2013, (at the earliest) if not January 20, 2017 (at the latest) because when Obama is
out of office on either one of those dates, that is when this moronic, stupid, asinine, childish, crazy, pseudo conspiracy theory will end.
Birthers don't understand that this theory actually helps the left and Obama. The more this is out there, the more people talk about it the worse the
Right looks. This theory actually undermines the Tea party movement, and any candidate that is dumb enough to endorse this pathetic conspiracy theory
nonsense puts their political career in jeopardy.
It's not about the truth, cause the truth was shown, birthers didn't like it, Orly Taitz is completely insane and obsessed, and so this theory
muddles on, rejected by anyone with an ounce of common sense.