Ahh, So This is Why They Pushed Immigration Reform!

November 3rd, 2008 at 3:49 pm by Mark
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     This stuff is still going through the Supreme Court, being re-filed October 30th, 2008.

     I actually took up for the Obama bastard the other day, saying, “Look, there’s enough crap to go off on without making shit up.  He has a Hawaiian birth certificate, born to American mother, so he’s obviously an American Citizen.” 
     However, there is no Ceritificate of Live Birth from the State of Hawaii.  There are documents provided once he and his mother returned to Hawaii from Kenya, documents which clearly state that he was born in Mombassa, Kenya.

     Not a good thing… And WTF?

     Point:  Yes, his mother was American.

     Counterpoint:  His mother would have had to transfer Citizenship to him, therefore making him a Naturalized citizen — not a natural born citizen, and therefore, he is inelligible to be President of the United States of America.

     Furtherpoint:  He was never naturalized, and provides no proof whatsoever that he is an American Citizen at all.

     Due to a preponderance of evidence, I would further suggest that not only Barack Hussein Obama, but the Democratic National Election Committee, should be held on charges of Immigration Fraud and Election Fraud.

     Now, can we deport his ass, please?

     Thank you, drive through…


7 Responses to “Ahh, So This is Why They Pushed Immigration Reform!”

  1. Mushy Says:

    Why is no one doing anything about this that can actually get something done? Does no one care?

  2. Sam Says:

    They care. They care enough to let it go so far that something finally gets done about it and the DNC comes off looking victimized by the RNC and the Government has to put its foot down once and for all. Believe me I know all about the strategy having been involved in numerous proceedings about that very thing since 1994.

    The old-time racists get to make everyone else look like racists. Do you know how many time Kennedy has called Obama his token?

    During the 2000 race they put up a stooge in Gore. During the 2004 race they put up a stooge with a flagrantly anti-American wife. This time they put up someone who isn’t even an American. Next it will probably be a migrant worked from Honduras. She won’t be Mexican because that’s too cliche.

    Anything they can do to push the envelope they will do. They get to see how weak-willed their voting population is.

  3. Mark Says:

    There’s a similar movement going on against John McCain, as John McCain was born in Panama. Never mind that both of John McCain’s parents were American, father in the military, born at a military hospital… Thus making his birthplace “within the US or OLT,” therefore making him eligible.

    Last I checked, Mombassa, Kenya is not, nor has it ever been, an Outlying Territory…

    *thumbs up!* I believe Kennedy didn’t end at the word “token,” just like asshat Leahy never has, e.g. “Stop wearing those n*$#er pants. It breaks the line. It makes you look like the help!” Asshats, all.

    Next up, I’m sure the DNC will put up a Transvestite, Lesbian Hooker, but argue about whether to rename “President” to “King” or “Queen.”

  4. Anton Says:

    There is a certificate of live birth from Hawaii and it’s been validated by a number of organizations:


  5. Mark Says:

    No, it hasn’t been validated. It proves nothing, and the image is forged — even the Obama camp admitted that. It has been debunked and retracted by multiple media outlets.

    All Birth Certificates have a date of issue. Any long-form birth certificate which contains both parents’ names has a place of birth, as well, and usually, a doctor’s name to go along with it.

  6. Anton Says:

    I know you won’t believe this, but the state of Hawaii verified the details of his birth on Friday.


    Doesn’t matter, he’s going to win today and we’ll move closer to a socialist state, finishing what Bush started with the 700B buy-out. Any chance we can get a real choice one of these election years?

    For the record I’m a Centrist Libertarian and both candidates suck.

  7. Mark Says:

    Actually, no they didn’t, if you’d seen the press interview (it was public, and broadcast). It answered nothing, and the next commenter pointed out:

    This is extremely misleading. According to every source, the officials only verified that they have a copy of the original birth certificate, typed in 1961. They do not say that it proves Mr. Obama was born in Hawaii, nor do they even say that it is genuine.Whoever is responsible for adding suppositions not in evidence to this article should be ashamed.

    I have in my possession a similar document for someone else, known to both you and I, from the State of Virginia which clearly shows the County of Birth as “FAIRFAX” — something you and I both know to be false. The document that I have was a necessary part of the naturalization process, even though she never became a citizen.

    I was careful, and will continue to be careful, because personally, I don’t feel like getting into a Slander mess. I will, however, say what I have seen with my own eyes, and yes, it was only a copy. And I wish people would quit egging this on by walking around going, “Look at this!” to everyone except MSM and the Courts.

    I agree with you, though. No choice, no chance. That’s just the way it is. Washington is machine… a tail wagging the dog.

    But further to that, there are some people who stand to serve more damage in control of National Security and a Big Red Button. And someone who clearly states, “I am not for the immediate pull out of troops in Iraq. I wouldn’t rule out the nuclear option,” and then says, “Iraq was a mistake. I am for the immediate pull out of troops in Iraq,” and then during debates again, says, “I am not for the immediate pull out of troops in Iraq. I wouldn’t rule out the nuclear option,” is clearly not capable of making decisions.

    The unfortunate reality is that that one is a crucial point. There is no nuclear option, and the fact that Mr. Ospama — or Ms. Clinton — would even bring that up is ridiculous.

    I don’t know what I am. But I know which side I see more hipocrisy from.