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10/21/2008

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I see, one guy files a suit and puts up a website and he speaks for the entire "right wing".

By that standard, those who claim that only racism would cause people to vote against Obama must speak for the entire Democratic Party.

Come on Tom, we both know better.

I don't believe I said this website spoke for the entire right wing. That it speaks from the right wing seems without doubt.

Perhaps, he just speaks for himself.

Actually, if you do a little research into who Mr. Berg is, you will find that he is a life-long Democrat. In fact, in the linked video he spends the first couple of minutes listing his Democratic credentials.

Actually, if you bother finding out who Philip Berg is, you will find that he is a life long Democrat. He spends the first few minutes of the linked video giving his Democrat credentials.

I know he's a Democrat. He's also from the right wing. Just as all Republicans are not crazy conservatives, not all Democrats are liberals.

From the website:
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania – 08/21/08) - Philip J. Berg, Esquire, [Berg is a former Deputy Attorney General of Pennsylvania; former candidate for Governor and U.S. Senate in Democratic Primaries; former Chair of the Democratic Party in Montgomery County; former member of Democratic State Committee; an attorney with offices in Montgomery County, PA and an active practice in Philadelphia, PA, filed a lawsuit in Federal Court today, Berg vs. Obama, Civil Action No. 08-cv-4083, seeking a Declaratory Judgment and an Injunction that Obama does not meet the qualifications to be President of the United States. Berg filed this suit for the best interests of the Democratic Party and the citizens of the United States.


So, if it IS hatred, it certainly isn't right wing hatred.


So basically, since he's crazy and opposed to Obama he must be right wing? Seriously?

The man is a life-long Democrat activist. He is the farthest thing from a right winger except that, in your world, anti-Obama equals right wing. I can't believe you didn't call him a racist, too. Because obviously he is white and opposed to The One, so it must be because he's black.

It's actually a legitimate question.

As I posted here before,

According to his grandmother, half-brother, half-sister, and other paternal relatives, Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii. Furthermore, at the time of his birth, US citizens could pass their citizenship on to their foreign-born children if and only if said US citizen was 19 years of age or older. At the time of his birth, Stanley Ann Durham Obama was just 18 years old, thus meaning he did not acquire US citizenship at birth, thus meaning he is ineligible for the office of president.

I would normally dismiss this as just so much wishful thinking, but there are irregularities surrounding his alleged Hawaii birth, to wit: he was born at two hospitals (Queen's and Kapiolani); there are no records for his mother giving birth in Hawaii; the birth certificate presented thus far appears to be a forgery, perhaps one originally for his half-sister.

Furthermore, apparently, Obama was adopted by his mother's Indonesian husband, and, according to some not-necessarily-reliable documents, he became an Indonesian citizen. According to then-current laws, the US did not recognize dual citizenship, and even if he had had US citizenship before that, he lost it as a child in Indonesia.

I also noted that it was a Democrat who brought this to light and filed suit; the man is a Hilary supporter. Incidentally, I kinda doubt that any supporter of Hilary Clinton is legitimately described as "right-wing."

This could be a bunch of nonsense, but isn't it kind of important, considering that if BHO isn't a natural-born citizen, he's ineligible for the presidency and all that?

In passing, I'll note the increasingly negative nature of Tom's posts of late. I can't wait for the election to be over so he can get back to normal (let's hope, anyway).

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