What a surprise: “Birthers” are stupid

Guess what? If you think President Obama wasn’t born in America and isn’t really your president, then you have the honor of being part of a distinct group of individuals that is likely to never have left the US (or own a passport), to be less educated, to watch more TV, and to read fewer books than non-birthers. Basically, you are an idiot.

Hey, it’s not like we should be very surprised people who identify themselves as birthers have a lower IQ than the average American; the entire movement is merely a thinly disguised form of racism. The President doesn’t look very white, and that’s got a lot of stupid people very upset.

I think it’s funny that the same survey found this out also identified that roughly a third of all birthers interviewed didn’t actually vote during the last election. Why the fuck are they even complaining?

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  • avatar

    Razzle

    Ah, my favorite topic. I actually wish we found out Obama was born in Kenya, then there would be a tremendous push to fix the retarded part of the US constitution that forbids anyone who isn’t born in the US from being president.

    You could be born in the UK and fly to the USA when you’re 3 days old and become a citizen and do great shit – and you could never be the president – tough titties apparently.

    Just to make it clear, I’m not saying Obama was born in Kenya.

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    Zac

    //I actually wish we found out Obama was born in Kenya, then there would be a tremendous push to fix the retarded part of the US constitution that forbids anyone who isn’t born in the US from being president.//

    Though I do agree that it’s retarded for the constitution to forbid citizens of more than 7 years (as is the case in Governors and Congressman) that were not naturally born in America to hold the office, I don’t think that there would have been such a push to fix it if he had been discovered to be born in Kenya.

    You know why? His mother was undoubtedly Ann Dunham; making it impossible for the constitution to forbid you from holding the office of president. Anyone born abroad who’s mother was a U.S. citizen is still considered a citizen of America from birth.

  • avatar

    Razzle

    Touche’, I still hate that part of the constitution though.

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    Brian Cunningham

    Actually Zac, you absolutely HAVE to be born in the US to be president. It wouldn’t matter if both of his parents were citizens. Not Born within the borders of the US? Not gonna be president. It’s a very antiquated and stupid rule, but it’s a rule in the constitution. All those children of soldiers born from parents stationed in Europe ever since the cold war? Never going to be president.

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    Zac

    That explains why McCain was born in Panama and was still allowed to run for president, right?

  • avatar

    Razzle

    Yea, Zac is right.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birthright_citizenship_in_the_United_States_of_America

    My example almost worked, but I should have said, assuming the parents weren’t US citizens.

    That provision of the constitution is based on fear. At the time, perhaps justified, but today, since we have access to someone’s background so easily, the restriction should be lifted.

  • avatar

    Razzle

    //But Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., a Judiciary committee member, sees merit in the restriction. “I don’t think it is unfair to say the president of the United States should be a native-born citizen,” she said at the hearing. “Your allegiance is driven by your birth.”//

    It is ??????? Where do you get that from?????? All the naturalized people who don’t like the United States, but are here for the fuck of it?

  • avatar

    Liudvikas

    Yeah it kinda makes me angry. If I ever got citizenship of USA, I would never be able to be a president. I feel so left out, not that I would want to be one, but still the law is insane. I can’t understand how a land of immigrants can have such law, talk about irony.

  • avatar

    Brian Cunningham

    Oh, Zac, so naive. Of course there would have been a problem. Just a tiny, tiny problem that would have been gone months ago.

  • avatar

    LB

    let us also not forget the birther queen, Orly Taitz. I haven’t seen her on tv for months and good riddance.

  • avatar

    Zac

    Considering that the fact McCain was born in Panama has been well-documented for all of his political career and he was still nominated by his party to be president, and the Democrats never attacked him for this; I honestly don’t see how a problem could have arisen.

  • avatar

    Preston

    Judge Land and now judge Carter, smack down the crazies (case dismissed), poor little Birthers.

    Not even “Fake News” Bill O’Reilly believes the crazies, how funny.

    http://belowthebeltway.com/2009/10/29/bill-oreilly-slams-orly-taitz/

    To all the birthers in La, La Land, it is on you to prove to all of us that your assertion is true (TOUGH WHEN YOU KEEP LOSING CASES), if there are people who were there and support your position then show us the video (everyone has a price), either put up or frankly shut-up.

    In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away the rights of those they just hate) and that is who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win. Good Luck, because as they said in WACO, “We Ain’t Coming Out”.

    I heard that she now wants to investigate the “Republican 2009 Summer of Love” list: Assemblyman, Michael D. Duvall (CA), Senator John Ensign (NV), Senator Paul Stanley (TN), Governor Mark Stanford (SC), Board of Ed Chair, and Kristin Maguire AKA Bridget Keeney (SC).

    I wonder if she is a mail order bride, just like her law degree? She is perfect reporter material for “Fake News”, where unfounded rumors and innuendo reign supreme , unlike a our US courts of law, where you need to present documented facts, not half baked lies (prepare for more failures).

    A lawyer, dentist, realtor and black belt, WOW I must say a JACK of all trades master of none.

  • avatar

    Endel

    “than you have the honor of being part of a distinct group of individuals that is likely to never have left the US (or own a passport)”
    Thanks bro for putting me in the same category as them :/

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