Post # 62
The fact that a birther argument is actually happening here lowers my IQ just by proximity.
Post # 63
Right? I want to give Trump the Billy Madison speech “….what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.”
I think I need to go watch that movie now!
Post # 64
Honestly, I’m not even a barack fan and the whole birth certificate thing is such a joke.
There was some serious vetting that went on with the RNC during the first election (and he had to provide that stuff for his senate race as well) This whole ‘he was born in kenya’ thing from extremists just makes the rest of the right look stupid. There are other more important factual things to talk about.
And for whoever said the stuff about the hospital?
- The former Kapi’olani Maternity Home became the Kapi’olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital (where Barack Obama was born) in 1931, and it retained that appellation until 1971, when its name was shortened to Kapi’olani Hospital. The Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital (where Barack Obama was not born) was a separate entity which merged with the Kapi’olani Hospital in 1978 to become the Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children.
A listing of social services available in the Hawaiian islands documents that the facility bore that name prior to 1961:
Just STOP with it already. The swing voters are laughing at you. Really.
Post # 65
+1000 internets to you for that quote.
I cannot believe this is still happening.
Post # 66
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
Do you think maybe Trump is just dping to this to bring attention to himself??Like yet another self-promotion type of deal?? Maybe he is sad he has not been on the news in a while and figures money can buy him the spotlight yet again….
Post # 68
I haven’t seen where Trump has linked this back to the Romney campaign, and it certainly hasn’t been endorsed to my knowledge. Looks like this is coming solely from the Trump camp and his personal vendetta against Obama and his place of birth.
Post # 69
I agree with you 100%… but my issue is he needs to be truthful about all. I have seen the real birth certificate, and have read the story on and around his birth. I have to believe his Grandmother in Kenya. He is neither black or white.. he is both! I voted him in the first time because of his promises he made to us the US People. I had hoped for the best. I also believe that we need to keep the laws, so if he is not eligible to run due to the fact he is not a natural born US citizen, I will not vote him back in.
I personally can’t stand arrogant Donald Trump, nor did I like the Bush’s, but I vote for the person I feel can do the best job.. not because of any skin color!!!
Post # 70
the awarded points go to you 🙂
Post # 71
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
Ugh….Not all Republicans or whomever is deciding not to vote for Obama is racist…
Post # 72
Yeah, as much as I’m not a fan of Romney, I have to believe/hope he wouldn’t endorse this.
Post # 73
I can’t believe we’re still having this argument.
No matter what anyone says the conspiracy theorists will believe what they want to believe. So fine, you’re right, and the proof that he is not a citizen can be found in Area 51.
Post # 74
Why is the country still talking about Obama’s birth certificates and school records and not Romney’s tax returns, which we certainly have more reason to suspect? If Trump wants to talk about presidential transparency, that’s where he should be looking.
Post # 75
No, not all Republicans are racist. But this whole birther shit certainly is.