>By Don White
The following from PostPolitics blog explains in a grand and glorious way how Obama views following the law of the land. It’s just plain “silliness.”
That’s what he gave as his reason for not giving the U.S. Election Commission his birth certificate sooner than today. He just thought it was a silly requirement that someone running for the highest position in America should have to prove that they were born here.
That is just one more of his supercilious remarks. but then it’s how he thinks. He believes he is above the law, as evidenced by the number of tsars he has hired, but the number of phony regulations that Cas Sunstein has manufactured and placed on business today. Then the regime wonders why American business doesn’t come back fully and robustly following the recession. Could it be that there are just oo many regulations. If we, the “subjects” of Mr. Obama took the same attitude he takes regarding regulations and laws, we could just ignore the reg and go on our business. But it doesn’t work that way. “the anointed one” believes the king can do no wrong. He’s above it all.
But today, answering to criticism from Donald Trump who may run for president and a lot of birthers who believe he was born in Kenja or somewhere other than America. Well, Mr. President, you haven’t convinced all of the conservatives. Most of us believe once a liar, always a liar. We need to have an independent expert in forgery look at the document before we will accept it as bone fide.
The following is a story and pictgure from the Washington Post. My comment was that all of the hullabaloo came about by Obama’s lack of transparency–and his failure to live up to the law requiring proof of birthplace before running for president. He’s only two years late, so what. He’s the “anointed one”, isn’t he?
I think that myth would be debunked further if he relented and released his college grades. Donald Trump may yet weasel it out of him. Rush Limbaugh today on his radio show said Obama got poor grades when he attended Olydental College. So how about Columbia and Harvard where he was Law Review Editor? And just what did he say in those yet-to-be released papers he wrote as a law review editor? I’m sure he’s a bit bashful about releasing that. He probably called for the overthrow of America or some strange thing like that.
>By Don White