Washington Times Ad: Obama’s Lack of Eligibility

Full page ad in Washington Times by Protect Our Liberty. Wow!

30 Comments

skybub

about 10 years ago

Whew, they really had me goin' there until I got to "...contact Mario Apuzzo, Esq."

zra

about 10 years ago

Silly birthers.

edgeways

about 10 years ago

You know I think I'll go one further and just flat out say, fuck them. And, seriously fuck the WaPo as well for accepting this blatantly false piece of shit. Freedom of speech does not apply whole-cloth to advertising. Media outlet have chosen not to air all manner of political advertising so why did they accept this?

Christ I'm tired of this shit.

mrashley

about 10 years ago

Agreed. Doesn't matter who Obama's parents were or what planet they were from. Hawaii has verified that he was born in their state. According to Article I section 8 Congress has the right to establish uniform rules of Naturalization and long ago they decided that anyone born inside our borders is a citizen. Case closed. If you are going to whine, whine to Congress from a couple hundred years ago.

dbrewing

about 10 years ago

I think there's a better argument the John McCain is not a natural born citizen. He was born in the Panama Canal zone.

dbrewing

about 10 years ago

Also, there was was a lot of shadiness regarding Cheney's state residency. The constitution prohibits the president and vice president from being from the same state. But never mind that.

Jessica

about 10 years ago

I like the Queen Elizabeth picture in the background. Really lends it some credibility.

Snicker.

pH

about 10 years ago

Washington Times is bankrolled by Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church. With newspapers on the ropes, look out for more switching to the agenda-driven, sugar daddy model.

mevdev

about 10 years ago

Racism and bigotry have no bounds. These people are really reaching.

Sjixxxy

about 10 years ago

I keep hearing Laces out Dan! in my head.

dbb

about 10 years ago

Frankly I applaud the Washington Times for taking their money.  I'd rather have these people out in the open on their soapbox than hidden festering on their militia compounds. 

Their argument is absurd.  Hopefully the more money they burn on this means the less they'll have to lobby toward an objective that might be politically feasible. Bring on the next ad.  This one was certainly good for a laugh.

adam

about 10 years ago

If only.

They have been begging for credibility from the start. Money begets this.

Sam

about 10 years ago

I can't wait for the Washington Times to print a full page ad in which the KKK explains how it is a "scientific fact" that "their kind" is racially superior. It wouldn't be much different than this factually-challenged racist ad that they did print.

zra

about 10 years ago

well, they got schooled on their Kenya B.S. from the get (Kenya was under British rule in 1961, and not its own country), so they had to do SOMEthing...changing their tack to state that Obama's a British citizen seems to be a likely step.

predictable.

Still, they're having a lot of difficulty accepting the fact that a black man is sitting at the big desk and not merely serving coffee.

Calk

about 10 years ago

Jesus H Christ! But then who besides morons reads the Washington TIMES anyways? Zra's right: the birthers are freaking b/c the black man is sitting behind the big desk, giving orders instead of serving coffee and bowing and scraping, and the black woman is our First Lady, instead of making beds and cleaning toilets.

Burly Burlesque

about 10 years ago

I'm hella intrigued by the reflective energy here. Good stuff all. Your anxious understudies will again sleep lightly. 
Not you. You'll be good.

But more directly, um, where is the racial content? Many of you have stooped to amplify this, above all, in your readings of the ad; some with great vigor. (This is more of rhetorical question, to those, you know, would-be dialogue starters. (Yuh-k!))

Oh, oh right. The racial content comes from your knowledge of the movement, and other junk it hangs together with. Cooh. Right, right: that WaPo, teachin' you good. Ooohh good. So good. Good.

I'm almost utterly filled-up, but...oh not to be too inauthentic, or something, or presumptuous...but, could someone excavate a plausible, self-affirming route to Afghan corruption and maybe how I really shouldn't get a PSA test or whatever? Or just. Or just, just... Please?

Now hold it. Smile! YES! 

Now were seeing seeing.

c-freak

about 10 years ago

2 words. orly taintz.

Dave Sorensen

about 10 years ago

Caribou Barbie is now in on the act:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/12/03/palin-goes-birther-obama_n_379634.html

tamara

about 10 years ago

thanks, c-freak...was trying to remember her name.

talk about b.a.t.s.h.i.t. c.r.a.z.y.

WooHoo!

about 10 years ago

Burly's back! And as incoherent and full of himself as ever!

Girly

about 10 years ago

Whoa.. there...sychophantic numbskullers! Allow me a mindless thingamajig to wax non-phonetically, as if poetic stupid stupid stupid makes me sound stupid. 

Is it not clear to you inferior ants that my way without words makes me brilliant-esque? Look! Look! Look! Look! Look at me! Look!

Burly Burlesque

about 10 years ago

Actually, I think my reading of yall's terribly interesting and revealing readings is quite straight-forward. And I would refer you to Evil Jeffy's comment in the Frank's Fascist History Thread. And to the work of Hannah Arendt. 

Thanks for the props though. Glad to know you still ride my jock like a bicycle. 

Now YOU'RE seeing seeing. Just without a spine. But you're used to that.

Girly

about 10 years ago

Exactly. He's soooo boring, right? We Girls are not attracted to him, obviously.

Girly

about 10 years ago

Plus, he's greasy-esque.

Girly

about 10 years ago

I could go on, and I will.

Girly

about 10 years ago

My advisors call it "a self-esteem issue".

Girly

about 10 years ago

You can see it in the way his chin hangs low.

Girly

about 10 years ago

Admit it, baby! Yer failure-ness gets projected onto.........the world.

Girly

about 10 years ago

We are all so awaiting your seeing seeing cleverness of emptiness. Please! Please remark thou greatness! I can hardly stand the drama.

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