Thursday, April 28, 2011



Maybe Obama should have stayed away from the issue after all. For a while I thought it was a clever move, cutting-Trump-off-at-the-pass kinda thing. But rather than letting go, folks are doubling down with a vengeance. Here's Pamela letting loose on Eric Bolling's yesterday:

Meanwhile, Soros-funded Media Matters is freaking out, "Right-Wing Media Hype Conspiracies About Obama's Long-Form Birth Certificate." Okay, but if you're gonna slam the right wing at least get some World Net Daily in there? Those dudes are in total overdrive, for example, Bob Unruh, "Obama document still doesn't answer all questions," and Jerome Corsi, "What is it about twin girls born day after Obama?" And come to find out Corsi's got a new book coming out, Where's the Birth Certificate?: The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President.

And stranger still is that for all of Media Matters' huffing and puffing about the "evil" right wing noise machine, it's progressives who've been even more obsessed with birtherism. See NewsBusters, "Study: MSNBC and CNN Covered 'Birther' Issue Far More Than Fox News" (via Instapundit). And don't even get me going about Salon! That Justin Elliott's really got his hands full now, LOL!!

Ha! You ain't seen nothin' yet!

Yo, Tavis Smiley! What you got, brotha?!!


Stogie said...

Donald, I have always said "show me the long-form and I'll be satisfied." He has shown it and I consider the issue closed.

AmPowerBlog said...

I'm not that big a birther, Stogie. Mostly, I'm getting a trip out of all the political action.

Matt said...

You say progressives are obsessed but then you also say World Net Daily are in total overdrive.

Don't you think if some crazies on the right were not in total overdrive then some progressives wouldn't be so obsessed to?

They feed off of each other.

Anonymous said...

I read Corsi's new revelation that some twins born after Obama at the same hospital had lower file numbers stamped on their certificates than Obama. Since he acknowledges that the file numbers are stamped on by the Dept. of Health and not by the hospital, just maybe it shows that the Birth Certificates are not sent immediately and in time sequence to the Board but in a stack sent over all at once. They are then stamped as a clerk works their way through the stack.

Remember, we are talking about 1961 when paperwork was either carried or mailed by the hospital to the Board of Health. How likely do you think it is that they sent them over and processed them one-by-one. Or how likely is it that both the Hospital bureaucracy and the State Board of Health dealt with the paperwork in batches?

As usual, Mr. Corsi, your evidence is more innuendo than fact. Very weak sir, very weak.