Thursday, June 16, 2011

Meet the REAL 'Birthers', Obama's Own Propagandists

 Disbarred lawyer with manic depression and substance abuse problems tries to fake the case that Obama proved his Constitutional legitimacy to be President.  Note his Communist ballcap.  Definitely a komrade of Obama.


Uttering obvious forgeries to discredit the legitimate questioners of Obama's Constitutional legitimacy as President.

So the crazies, cranks and whackjobs aren't theose who ask legitimate questions and demand to see Obama's REAL, PAPER birth certificate, and not obvious photoshopped fakes, as were released by Obama's folks on two occasions as his supposed "birth certificate".

The crazies, cranks and whackjobs comprising the "Birther" bunch (or "birfers", as some dummies call them)... are Obama's own hard-left propagandists.

t the center of the network of Obama radical activists who forged and distributed a fraudulent Kenyan birth certificate in August 2009 was disbarred California lawyer William L. Bryan.

Bryan posts as an Obama operative under the username "PJ Foggy" and lives in Raleigh, N.C., where he runs a flower shop.

Under the cover of his username, Bryan and his associates have engaged in an aggressive campaign to disrupt any and all attempts to pursue legal challenges to Obama's eligibility, while seeking to ridicule in vile and abusive terms those who dare advance or support publicly such legal efforts.

In a manner reminiscent of Donald Segretti's dirty tricks during the Watergate era, interfering in the 1970s with the political campaigns of such Democratic Party presidential hopefuls as then-Sen. Edmund Muskie of Maine, Bryan and his associates have utilized the Internet to plan and promote their disruptive name-calling efforts.

I'm certain our frequently-visiting troll guy will applaud these pro-Obama activists.  Right, Balbsy?  You must, for you do it, too.  The derisive namecalling, ridiculing, etc...  Same tactics. 

12 comments:

balbulican said...

More Corsi promo, cut and pasted, I see? Well, blogging is hard work, it's true.

"Right, Balbsy? You must, for you do it, too. The derisive namecalling, ridiculing, etc... Same tactics."

Pretty much the same, yep. You can't have a rational conversation with the delusional or the paranoid; all that's left is mockery. Boy, for a guy who's calling the President of the US a liar, a traitor, a fraud, and a possible antichrist, WMD sure gets grumpy when someone turns the tables and laughs at them, eh?

INcidentally, Scenty, you never answered my question. Do you share Corsi's new whacko theory that Donald Trump and Obama were conspiring all along? (Remember the link I sent you?) Which of your former heroes do you think is lying?

Canadian Sentinel said...

Hmm. Balbs, do you share Obama's et al's conspiracy theory that FOX News, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Andrew Breitbart, WND, etc... are "lying" and "crazy" and stuff?

Sure you do, don't you? ;)

Without evidence. Oh, you'll offer "evidence". Tee-hee-snicker-snicker-guffaw-ROTFLMAO.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Speaking of rational conversations, delusionality and paranoia, I recall how rational, realistic and sane you were when we were discussing, while looking at irrefutable video evidence, the flotilla-to-Gaza incident with Israel and those Muslim barbarians.

You were completely whacked out on that. So I've no lessons to take from you on "rational conversations" or whatnot.

Canadian Sentinel said...

"Delusional" appropriately describes those who, without valid evidence available, believe that Obama proved his adherence to the Constitution's Eligibility Clause.

And Balbs is delusional on this. I know this. Dealt with him frankly and honestly with evidence, reason, logic, fairness. He demonstrated nothing but propagandic delusionality.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Balbs reminds me of the guy in the red commie cap pictured in this post...

balbulican said...

"Tee-hee-snicker-snicker-guffaw-ROTFLMAO."

Weren't you going to try for a slightly more mature tone? Or you have given that up?

'Balbs, do you share Obama's et al's conspiracy theory that FOX News, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Andrew Breitbart, WND, etc... are "lying" and "crazy" and stuff?"

Interesting question - almost unintellible, but illustrative of how you see the world - as two huge, indistinguishable lumps.

See, Scenty, Fox News and WND are not the same thing. Fox News is a news network. They have a political bent, like the Manchester Guardian and the Economist each have theirs, and it flavours their selection and coverage - but they do, in fact, attempt to cover news. WND is toilet paper. And do you actually see no difference between Glen Beck and Andrew Breitbart? Just curious.

Do I think some of that strange list you just rattled off are crazy? Not as far as I know, although Rush and Beck have some pretty serious issues. Do they lie? Yeah, I think they sometimes do, if by "lying" you mean "publish material which they know to be false", or allow such material to remain published and uncorrected when the facts are provided to them.

But you know all about that, Scenty. :)

balbulican said...

"Speaking of rational conversations, delusionality and paranoia, I recall how rational, realistic and sane you were when we were discussing, while looking at irrefutable video evidence, the flotilla-to-Gaza incident with Israel and those Muslim barbarians.
You were completely whacked out on that. So I've no lessons to take from you on "rational conversations" or whatnot."

You raised this once before. I asked you to provide a link to whatever you were talking about. You didn't, or coulnd't. So I have no idea what it is you're commenting on. A link would be helpful, thanks.

balbulican said...

"I've no lessons to take from you on "rational conversations" or whatnot."

Yes, you do.

I think you've actually tried to discuss something like an adult a few times, but you keep sliding back. Not sure whether it's just stress at this point, but I encourage you to keep tryhing.

balbulican said...

"Dealt with him frankly and honestly with evidence, reason, logic, fairness."

Actually, Scenty, that's a bit of a fib. You've ducked away from just about every direct question I asked you about your own actual beliefs. You retreated every single time.

Here you go: prove me wrong, right here.

I believe the preponderance of evidence suggests that President Obama was born in Hawaii.

You claim to speak with logic, evidence, and fairness. Excellent.

Where do you believe he was born?

Provide that simple assertion, and then we'll compare the evidence supporting our respective beliefs.

Ready? Go.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Troll. I shall ignore.

Canadian Sentinel said...

We already played that game. You're nuts to assume I've forgotten and would go through that pointless exercise with you again. You do NOT give a damn about evidence, proof, etc. You just go with what you want to believe and stick with it doggedly. G'day eh.

∞ ≠ √ł said...

"I believe the preponderance of evidence suggests that President Obama was born in Hawaii."

As preponderance relates to an excess in quantity, one can deduce capitulation to the fact that the evidence is manufactured.


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