Okay, So We’ve Seen the Birth Certificate

I don’t care. I didn’t care before. The time to prove eligibility was before the election anyway. Pr. Obama was sworn in and I don’t think you could get this Congress interested in an impeachment if someone proved it was forged, and came up with birth photos from Kenya. It was never a viable issue.

We don’t need it anyway. We have the one and only issue we need. The budget is out of control. We owe, checking the link in the sidebar —>, 14.3 trillion dollars. We’re still spending. Congress is unwilling or unable to effectively balance the budget. It’s going to crush the economy. Sooner or later, we will stop spending. The only question is, do we want to do it in a controlled way, so that we still have some income and the ability to maintain the functions of government that are enumerated in the Constitution, or do we want to keep spending until we crash?

If there’s some serious candidates, for the Presidency and Congress, that want to talk about a balanced budget and a plan to pay down the debt, I want to see them make a plea for my vote. Otherwise, we can let Romney and Trump battle it out for who gets to lose to Pr. Obama in 2012.

We do not have time for this kind of silliness. We’ve got better stuff to do. I’ve got better stuff to do. We’ve got big problems to solve.
–Pr. Barack Obama, commenting on the release of his birth certificate


One thought on “Okay, So We’ve Seen the Birth Certificate

  1. I'm with you 100%. So what if it's fake? So what if you think opening it in Adobe Illustrator proves it false? What good does it do?

    Go ahead, birthers, take them to court. They have some of the deepest pockets in the world available to pay: George Soros. Unless you've got Gates willing to pay, forget it. Win or loose, it goes to appeal. It gets to the Supreme Court and they agree it was a forgery. It's now 2016. Do you think you've won anything?

    Do you think you've got until 2016? I don't think the economy lasts until the 2012 election.

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