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The Kenya Thing

In Obamarama, Weekly Rant on 14/11/2009 at 19:49

I am not a Birther. It’s not so much that I believe Obama was born in Hawaii, because frankly, I don’t think his mother cared enough about this country to rush back for his birth. Also, I can’t imagine that Ann Dunham ever believed her biracial son would run for president, much less get elected. Her hatred of America wouldn’t allow it.

Barack Obama isn’t bad for America because he wasn’t born here; he’s bad for America because he was educated here in Ivy League schools by professors that despise this country. That and during his upbringing he learned nothing but the worst of this nation.

He is bad for America in spite of his upbringing in Indonesia or wherever else he may have spent his childhood. In fact, Barack Obama could’ve been born and raised in Timbuktu or on Park Avenue it wouldn’t make a difference to me. John McCain wasn’t born in the U.S. either.

Don’t get me wrong, I am not suggesting changing the Constitution in this regard; born citizenship should remain a requirement for the highest office in the land. But finding that Obama’s mama missed the plane won’t change anything. He is a citizen. I mean do you actually believe such a ploy will get him out of the Oval Office? Not a chance. They’ll change the Constitution if they have to, and voters will let them.

The problem as I see it is not Barack Obama or George W. Bush or Bill Clinton before them. We’re the problem. We have sat by and watched our nation dealt off piece by piece by these charlatans without lifting a finger to stop it for 40 years. Why? Because, quite frankly, liberalism feels good. How many of you want to do away with Lyndon Johnson’s Medicare program? Me neither. Might need it. But we should have never let it pass in 1964. Karl Marx said, “Religion is the opiate of the people,” but he was wrong—liberalism is.

If we want rid of Barack Obama and the Europeanized America he espouses, we can bring him down in 2012. If we want rid of big spending in Washington some Republicans have to go with the Democrats. If we want these things, we have to vote.

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