Bizarre story here.
I'd say that if anyone's crazy, it's this guy.
And he's practicing psychiatric projection onto others.
Hmm... sounds like a... Leftist!
He actually believes, without having seen proof, that Obama has satisfied the "natural-born" requirement of the U.S. Constitution to be President. He thinks anyone who wants to see Obama's birth certificate is "crazy".
Well, let's look at how sane this guy is.
Sounds like a guy who's in denial of what's happening in the real world, right in front of him, right now. Funny how the mind malfunctions sometimes, isn't it?
As WND reported in November 2000, during the Florida presidential election fiasco, Smith was arrested for allegedly driving his into another reporter who was standing in a space she attempted to save for a friend. The victim, freelance journalist Maureen Walsh of Tallahassee, was hospitalized and released later the same day with bruises on her knees and legs.
The St. Petersburg Times reported Tallahassee Police Sgt. Edwin Maxwell said Smith drove up and "shouted some profanities at her and basically just struck her, striking her at the knees, which threw her up on the car."
According to NewsBlues, a witness to the incident said Smith "intentionally ran into her with his car to try and get her to move from the parking spot. She was thrown onto the hood of the car and ended up on the ground. Smith then parked the car, turned off the engine, turned to the crews assisting the reporter and said "f--- you" and walked into the state capital. Police and paramedics were called."
"When arrested on the street outside the capital, Smith said he couldn't understand why this was happening ... they then handcuffed him."
You know, those Leftists, they infiltrate everything, even FOX News. This guy is an obvious prime example. After all, not all who work for FOX are "right-wing".
Those Leftists... they haven't seen proof that Obama was born in the U.S., yet they somehow believe that there's no question that he was. Isn't that illogical? Oh, wait... of course... they haven't seen any headlines referring to the question, so they figure that that necessarily constitutes proof positive that "there's no question" as to Obama's eligibility. Yep, that's logical.
Believing stuff without proof. That's the folks who say that those who want to see the proof are "crazy".
Talk about practicing projection. Call others "crazy" so you won't feel crazy yourself, even though you are.
At least now we have proof that FOX News isn't just a bunch of "right-wing crazies" saying "right-wing" stuff only. There's the odd Leftist, too.
By the way, Rush Limbaugh says that Obama doesn't have a birth certificate.
Asking rhetorically what God has in common with Obama, Limbaugh said, "Neither has a birth certificate."Heh. Betcha Obama also thinks he's a doctor. After all, some doctors apparently think they're God, too. Like my pretentious old fart of an ophthalmologist, who, come to think of it, now reminds me of Obama, too.
There's more of Rush contrasting Obama with God at that link.
As for whether Rush is right about Obama not having a birth certificate, well, the jury's still out. Because pretty much no one has ever seen a birth certificate belonging to Obama. If it exists, he won't let us see it. So, until he lets us see it (if indeed Hawaii's telling the truth and it does exist), then one can't say that Rush is wrong. That's up to Obama, of course.
And now we know that, apparently, Rush knows about what's going on with Obama's not having established his eligibility to be President. Guess he's waiting for the whole shitload to hit the fan before saying something... Gotta admire the man's patience.