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April 1, 2011 by B. Daniel Blatt
Sebastian Shaw says
April 1, 2011 at 12:57 pm - April 1, 2011
The ad is very effective since it tells the truth from all of the Obama propaganda & lies. It should be run on television.
Bruce (GayPatriot) says
April 1, 2011 at 1:12 pm - April 1, 2011
THAT was awesome!
V the K says
April 1, 2011 at 1:46 pm - April 1, 2011
You know, it’s very racist of you guys to point out what a complete failure the president has been.
April 1, 2011 at 3:05 pm - April 1, 2011
Cut the ad into a 30 second spot & buy some air time. Deflate Obama with a little hard truth than Obama’s cotton candy ass platitudes.
Eric in Chicago says
April 1, 2011 at 3:40 pm - April 1, 2011
Oh, I’m sooooo looking forward to what your resident fecal-encrusted lefties have to say about this brilliant packaging of the Mocha Messiah’s first foray into what we all hope to be a futile attempt at re-election.
April 1, 2011 at 3:42 pm - April 1, 2011
And by the way, whatever filters Dan & Bruce are using on comments are about as intelligent as the Democrat Party.
Good going, brainiacs. With conservatives like you in charge, it’s little wonder we can’t get a sensible budget passed.
April 1, 2011 at 3:59 pm - April 1, 2011
have watch it a couple of times and have yet to see anything about the birth certificate. . .You know Mr Trump has taken issue . . .and now Chris Barron: “I think Mr. Trump’s position on this has been a pretty common-sense one, and honestly, I can’t understand why President Obama wouldn’t have released his birth certificate before now to put an end to this once and for all.” – GOProud chairman Chris Barron
But Ben Smith at Politco: “Trump, incidentally, isn’t just overshadowing the candidates. He’s dragging other bits of the party down the birther rabbit-hole with him.”
Trump’s candidacy was jump-started when GOProud brought him to the CPAC convention.
And then you have Pawlenty on Hannity:
Pawlenty: (Trump’s) successful, entertaining, interesting, funny. I think he brings a lot to the debate so good for him but on the other hand, for me, the news reports from CNN and others have said they’ve seen the birth certificate.
Hannity: Never trust CNN.
Pawlenty: Well, you know, it’s a start. But look, we’ve got big issues in the country, this is an important issue if it turned out to be true but I just don’t believe – with the advertisement, with the hospital announcement, with the certificate of live birth – that somebody that long ago fabricated and created a fraudulent situation, that Barack Obama could be where he is today. I just don’t believe that… I think we got other issues.
Hannity: But there’s nothing wrong with asking the question. You don’t have a problem with people saying, “Can we just see it? Can you find it?”
Pawlenty: No, but it’s been reported. CNN – I watched it myself. CNN reported, they saw the birth certificate. You know, so you’ve gotta either believe that they didn’t and they’re lying or there’s something else going on.
Hannity: It’s just something weird that they don’t release it and just get it over with, it seems to me, ‘cause I don’t doubt it, I just – not it’s getting strange that they just don’t say, “Here.”
Pawlenty: The other thing is, it’s becoming a big distraction… We’ve got issues right in front of us that are gonna take down the country if we don’t fix them.
and further K Rove goes:
ROVE: Republicans had better be clear about this.
We had a problem in the 1950′s with the John Birch Society, and it took Bill Buckley standing up as a strong conservative and taking them on.
Within our party, we’ve got to be very careful about allowing these people who are the birthers and the 9/11-deniers to get too high a profile and say too much without setting the record straight.
BILL O’REILLY: What percentage of Republican voters — 5%, 10%?
ROVE: I don’t know, but whatever it is, it ought to be less, because we need the leaders of our party to say “Look, stop falling into the trap of the White House and focus on the real issues.”
O’REILLY: You know this stat that was put out — that 51% of Republicans…
ROVE: … look, this is a lousy poll.
O’REILLY: I know it is, but it’s going to be picked up — it already has been by the mainstream media.
O’REILLY: To demonize the rest of the Republican party.
ROVE: Sure, it fits into the White House theme-line.
O’REILLY: But isn’t that smart of the White House to do that?
ROVE: Oh, absolutely.
Look, these guys may be lousy at governing, Bill, but they’re damn good at politics.
O’REILLY: So it’s a smart strategy….
ROVE: … sure it is, because if we are where we are, which is we have a group of people out there who keep repeating this, and we’ve yet to get into a place where candidates are being asked about this in debates — look, don’t you think in the Fox debate or one of these debates that’s gonna be televised, candidates are going to be asked about this?
If they’d step forward and say “Look, we’ve got better things to talk about, then to fall into this trap that the White House has laid for us”, this issue will start to go away.
It seems to me that it would be very easy for Boehner and the others to stand up and denounce these people, but they don’t do it and they give a response that makes it clear they wish the issue would just go away. By my estimation, it’s only going to go away when the GOP leadership stands up like William F. Buckley, Jr. did with the John Birch Society.
April 1, 2011 at 4:02 pm - April 1, 2011
I think I’m going to vomit
April 1, 2011 at 4:05 pm - April 1, 2011
just the front, not the rest LOL
April 2, 2011 at 1:05 am - April 2, 2011
Honestly, it’s too subtle.
April 3, 2011 at 2:04 pm - April 3, 2011
And the new bumper sticker is here:
Tim in MT says
April 3, 2011 at 7:10 pm - April 3, 2011
Good ad. Love the unicorn ride at the end on the rainbow…