Natural Born Citizen?

My wife sent me this link today. Honestly, I thought this silliness had stopped after our president was sworn in. For those of you that aren’t familiar, and don’t feel like reading the linked article, this is an ongoing whine-fest from the right-wingers that claim that the Hawaiian birth certificate proving our president was born there is a fake. They refuse to accept the reality that they lost the election fair and square, and they are grasping at straws at this point.

The fact of the matter is that lots of people were born in Hawaii in 1961. As a matter of fact, most people don’t know that I was actually born at the same hospital at the same time, while my parents, Bob and Luan were on vacation in 1961. See, here’s my Hawaiian birth certificate to prove it:

MyHIBC

Hopefully, the conservatives will quit their whining and accept the loss!

4 thoughts on “Natural Born Citizen?

  1. Michael, I agree that it’s time for the ultra-right to stop whining and accept the fact that, for better or for worse, Barack Obama is the President of these United States.

    I do admit to one nagging question, though. My eldest son was born in Honolulu in 1988–I know; I was there. Why, then, does Obama’s Hawaiian birth certificate look more high-tech and modern than my son’s?

    The only reason I don’t push this fact is because if they’re right about Obama’s native citizenship being in question, what do we get? President Joe Biden.

    Now THAT’s scary!

  2. yes, by all means let’s not verify that our new Socialist-in-Chief is actually eligible under the terms of the Constitution, to assume the leadership of the country.

    I’m sorry- there’s so many ways Obama is just NOT qualified to lead. This is one of many, and if it’s not an issue why hasn’t he provided the proof?

    Something smells.

  3. Wait…so you’re not an American? What right do you have to talk about any of this, you….Hawaiian??

    Sorry. Couldn’t resist. Go back to what you were doing.

  4. Good one, Rizzo. Anybody can be Hawaiian! If it’s good enough for Teh One!, why shouldn’t it be good enough for the rest of us?

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