Thursday, May 31, 2012

Birthers: Looking under all the wrong rocks

Okay, let’s just imagine, for the few fantastical seconds it takes an intelligent person who can actually read properly spelled English words to digest this message, that the so-called ‘birthers’ are actually correct. Just suppose the person that most of the world’s population consider the duly-elected President of the United States was really born in Kenya and is, therefore, ineligible to hold the highest office in his ‘adopted’ country.

If that were actually the case, then the conspiracy theorists are looking in the wrong place for proof of their suspicions. Instead of harassing Hawaiian officials in an effort to prove that original and certified state documents, along with historical newspaper notices, are all phony, they should be heading to the Dark Continent. If they're right, then that’s the only place where they have any chance of digging up any record of the birth of an offspring of the senior Barack Hussein Obama. A smart researcher would concentrate on births in Kenya between, say, January 1, 1960, through December 31, 1962.

In addition, a true detective would also be looking for the record of Stanley Ann Dunham’s overseas travels during that period of time so that her foreign-conceived child would have been born in her husband’s country of origin. Just saying.

Obviously, the fact that none of the birthers are taking any of these logical steps is proof that their mutant brain cells prevent them from any level of reason beyond the utter hatred that leads them to wage unholy war against the first African-American President of the United States.

It is something to think about.

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