BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit contesting Obama's citizen...

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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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You Libtards do know that they use corn to make you gasohol, don't you?
Andwerson Cooper 360
CNN : AR-15s to protect crops from hogs
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<quoted text>Obama has always been a racist. He couldn’t have gone to Wright’s church all those years without knowing he was preaching racism and hatred of America. He stayed there because it fit perfectly with his feelings about our country and it was convenient to pretend to be a Christian so he could get the votes of Christians in the first election. During that same time, the Obamas were friends with the racist Nation of Islam leader Farrakhan. Immediately after the election, Obama repudiated his claim that he was a Christian, abandoned his friendship with Rev. Wright, and promptly began persecuting Christians with his canceling the National Day of Prayer. He later stated to the Foreign Minister of Egypt that “I am Muslim”; yet Obama supporters vehemently deny he is in spite of the fact he said it.
Thanks for reminding us of the "Rev" Wright. The use of Gods' name in vain has always made me ill, and to hear a so called "paster" use this in a "sermon" should certainly raise questions about anybody who would not get up and walk out, much less spend 20 years around that. The sad thing is O was elected, twice.

Thanks again Logan.

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I haven't seen the video, seems broken. In any event, did I understand the Logan said Freeman was laying the racist thing on himself? One of us misunderstood, Rogue. Maybe it's me, why not?
I was being sarcastic but Freeman is racist. he accused the Tea party of racism simply because they oppose Obama. He, like many, cannot grasp the fact that the threat Obama is to our nation is the reason the Tea party and the rest of us dislike Obama, not his race. He threatens our freedoms and our Constitution, the best in the world, and is bankrupting us. Racists like Freeman can never understand that disliking a black man for his behaviour does mean one is racist. I am truly tired of the worn out race card. It's the height of dishonesty to accuse one of that in this case.

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On April 15, 2009 I went to the first TEA Party protest at Lafayette Park in DC. While I was there a black woman walked up tome and said that DC was her town and we were not welcome. To which I replied that DC was the capital of my country but she was welcome anyway!
Good reply! She sounds like this crude poster on the DC threads who thinks he owns DC.

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As another rat jumps off the sinking SS Obama!

Red State Democrat Tim Johnson Joins Senate Exodus
By ABC News | ABC OTUS News

By Jeff Zeleny
Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., is set to announce Tuesday that he will not seek re-election, according to two sources, becoming the seventh incumbent to retire after next year.
Johnson, who battled back after suffering a life-threatening brain hemorrhage in 2006, is chairman of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. But in political terms he is something else: A Democrat serving in a deeply conservative state. His retirement gives Republicans another open seat to pursue in their quest to win control of the Senate.
He has scheduled an announcement at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, his alma mater, to disclose his plans. One Democratic source in South Dakota and another official in Washington, both of whom spoke on condition of anonymity to avoid upstaging the official announcement, confirmed the decision.
Johnson, 66, has spent the past 28 years in Washington. He served three terms in the Senate and five terms in the House. He has faced some of the Senate's most competitive fights for re-election and is one of the last Democratic senators to represent the Midwestern Plains, where Republicans have steadily been picking up seats.
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<quoted text> Good reply! She sounds like this crude poster on the DC threads who thinks he owns DC.
We also had some Code Pink women show up. They had twice as many people show up as they anticipated so I was over a hundred yards away, I could not see the stage and I was having hard time hearing the speakers.
And then these two Code Pink women shoved a banner in front of and started to antagonize us. Knowing they are basically anti-war nuts I informed them I was a Vietnam War vet and I killed their men and babies in the morning and raped the women in the afternoon. They both when into conniption fits and a few other guys joined me.
That was when they decided to move along.
We had two other sets of counter protesters and it was not until the last group did the cops ask them to leave.
I met a retired LTC on the Metro on way back to Springfield and I ended up taking her to dinner. She was in her freshman year of college in 1968 when she joined an anti-war protesters and they confronted some National Guard guys and one of them challenged her to walk in his shoes.
She ended up enlisting in the Army and became a finance clerk but continued her education. She got out after three years, finished her education and went back in as an officer and retired as a LTC. That Lieutenant Colonel to you Libtards.
Anyway she drove me from the Metro station to my motel where I walked my dogs and then we went out to diner. The rest is, don't ask and I won't tell!
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Re: "Heh, have you ever seen another birth certificate issued by Hawaii DOH containing that one-of-a-kind error like Obama's did?
tXe? "
The Hawaii DOH did not issue a birth certificate with the word TXE. It issued a birth certificate with the word THE, repeat, THE, and the H was faintly typed, and the combination of the scan and PDF depicted it as tXe.
You can see that the word was THE and that the H was faintly typed on the jpg image shown by Savannah Guthrie:
Lap that bowl clean. Good doggie!

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I have two dogs. Both Chihuahuas. I named the youngest one after Wojar. I call him Little Wojo and is he a pisser!
Actually Little Wojo is mixed. He is half Chihuahua and half Gringo!
Oh, when I got Little Wojo he could fit in my 16 oz. coffee mug. He now weighs about 13 pounds and does he have an attitude too! And he hates squires!
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Using polite words it remains highly irrational (to say the least) to believe that Obamas relatives were rich enough (They werent. His American grandfather was a furniture salesman and his mother a low level employee in a bank in 1961, and his father came on a free flight) or stupid enough to send their pregnant only daughter ALONE (since WND has proven that Obama stayed in Hawaii throughout 1961) at huge expense and risk of stillbirth (and of Yellow Fever in Kenya) to a foreign country-when there were perfectly good hospitals in Honolulu, Hawaii.(Oh, and the government of Kenya says that it investigated and that Obama was certainly not born there.)
LMAO!
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Darn. Dealing with 3rd graders I was aiming lower
Anyone else notice these Obots never mention anything past the 3rd grade? Guess that's as far as they made it! Not surprising really.

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Thanks for reminding us of the "Rev" Wright. The use of Gods' name in vain has always made me ill, and to hear a so called "paster" use this in a "sermon" should certainly raise questions about anybody who would not get up and walk out, much less spend 20 years around that. The sad thing is O was elected, twice.
Thanks again Logan.
Who could forget him? Unfortunately, his kind is usually well known, causing some to think negatively of churches. I saw him interviewed last year and was not surprised to hear him say the Obamas were not really church-going people, especially Michelle. They certainly put on a good act before the election!
The fact the Obamas tolerated Wrights profanity for twenty years without objection should have been a warning to voters as to what kind of people the Obamas were. When Obama lied in saying he had never heard it in spite of being there for two decades, Americans should have then realized how deceitful he was, but not the liberals.(On second thought, they did realize it and respected him for it) In view of this, I have to agree with my granddaughter that Americans have dumbed down, for there is no logical explanation for reelecting him a second time.
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Should we tax this idiot Obama voter?
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Well, except for the very unfortunate remark on the Ambassador, I thought he made a whole lot of sense. Certainly more sense than Romney who had a new economic policy every day of his campaign.
Oh, did Romney win? Did you dance in the streets November 7. Did we hear you and LRS coming? LMAO (tm reg'd)
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Either you are blind or a bald-faced LIAR!
My guess is since you responded, YOU ARE A BALD-FACED LIAR!
She's a woman. I hope she's bald-faced.
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But where did he get the money to go to Columbia and Harvard? And how about his trip to Indonesia and Pakistan in 1981?
Where does anyone get money to go to those universities? Over 20,000 enrolled. Someome must be getting the money somewhere. And what is wrong with travelling to Indonesia and Pakistan? Is it illegal? Before you say it again, Rogue, hoping we've forgotten as this is an old subject, no, there was no travel advisory.
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I wonder how long this fruit cake will be kept behind bars? What ever but I am sure he will find a few boy friends.
Floyd Corkins pleads guilty to Family Research Council shooting February 6, 2013 -
(AP/ABC7)- A man accused of shooting a security guard inside the downtown Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group pleaded guilty Wednesday in connection with the shooting.
Floyd Corkins pleaded guilty to one federal count of crossing state lines with guns and ammunition. He also pleaded guilty to one count of intent to kill while armed and one count of committing an act of terrorism with the intent to kill.
Those last two counts are District charges.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on April 29.
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Corkins also acknowledged that he considered making a bomb but didn't have the patience to do it.
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Read more: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/02/floyd-co...
Read more: http://www.wjla.com/articles/2013/02/floyd-co...
Probably a looney tooney birther who didn't find the Christian lobbying group conservative enough.

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Oh, when I got Little Wojo he could fit in my 16 oz. coffee mug. He now weighs about 13 pounds and does he have an attitude too! And he hates squires!
Oh goody, they are throwing peanuts and lemons at me. I sorry, I be good, you no get mad, okay?

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But where did he get the money to go to Columbia and Harvard? And how about his trip to Indonesia and Pakistan in 1981?
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Where does anyone get money to go to those universities? Over 20,000 enrolled. Someome must be getting the money somewhere. And what is wrong with travelling to Indonesia and Pakistan? Is it illegal? Before you say it again, Rogue, hoping we've forgotten as this is an old subject, no, there was no travel advisory.
Were his grandparents well off? No, it is not wrong to travel abroad, but where did he get the money? Working at Baskin Robins?

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I am sure this will not bother Jacques as they are training only "secular" Syrian fighters who happen to be Sunnis? Yea, rriiigggghhhhtttttt!

Officials: US training Syrians forces in Jordan
By BRADLEY KLAPPER | Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) The United States is training secular Syrian fighters in Jordan in a bid to bolster forces battling President Bashar Assad's regime and stem the influence of Islamist radicals among the country's persistently splintered opposition, American and foreign officials said.
The training has been conducted for several months now in an unspecified location, concentrating largely on Sunnis and tribal Bedouins who formerly served as members of the Syrian army, officials told The Associated Press. The forces aren't members of the leading rebel group, the Free Syrian Army, which Washington and others fear may be increasingly coming under the sway of extremist militia groups, including some linked to al-Qaida, they said.
The operation is being run by U.S. intelligence and is ongoing, officials said, but those in Washington stressed that the U.S. is providing only nonlethal aid at this point. Others such as Britain and France are involved, they said, though it's unclear whether any Western governments are providing materiel or other direct military support after two years of civil war that according to the United Nations already has killed more than 70,000 people.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak publicly about the program.
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Let's see just how many groups Jim Karry just insulted. I hope he doesn't expect us to watch his movies after this?!?
Hey Jim, shut up and sing (act)!
Jim Carrey - Cold Dead Hand
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I just hope he insulted ALL of the groups that push guns, including the Nazi NRA. Loved it. Love that Canuck Carrey.

PS : Who would have wanted to miss that Moore interview of Heston in the documentary "Columbine"? Do you think they pried it out of his cold dead hands or is he buried with his 6-shooter? He said it, remember.

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Should we tax this idiot Obama voter?
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Well, except for the very unfortunate remark on the Ambassador, I thought he made a whole lot of sense. Certainly more sense than Romney who had a new economic policy every day of his campaign.
Oh, did Romney win? Did you dance in the streets November 7. Did we hear you and LRS coming? LMAO (tm reg'd)
How would you know what Romney stood for? Oh, I know, you got your info from Salon!
Tell us, did you read Mitt's 59-point economic plan?
http://www.businessinsider.com/romney-debate-...

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