The problem is all of the petty issues originate from nut-job sources. When tracking claims, they either lead back to a blog with an agenda or vaporize. Once snopes.com or factcheck.org or other source verification is refused to be accepted as a valid resource for accuracy or verification, the assumption that if Fox pundits claim it, it's gotta be true.<quoted text>
My point was, it could possibly prove fraud. There is some reason he has spent millions to keep his records sealed.
I dont think theres anything silly about discussing impeachment. He has violated the constitution and his oath of office numerous times.
Sara Palin and Michelle Bachmann and those that make absurd claims damage any credibility for a cause. "Death Panels". Really?? Donald Trump and his "birther" claims. Really?? The whole method is designed to impress those *not* inclined to do some homework. It works well on those that think it is a good sound bite, and run with it. What ever happened to the "swift boaters"? A Karl Rove creation that sounded good, spewed some make believe, then dissappeared quicker than they appeared. If there was any validity to them, they would still be fighting the cause. This endless string of claims will dry up as quick as the "swift boaters" if a new better cause comes along. It's the new politics of the day, it is specifically geared to impress those that want simple, fast soloution to their woes. Low calorie politics. All it needs to do is look good on the plate, nobody is gonna dig around and see it is fake. If they do, by then, it is too late.