Betcha they're not going to talk about what Sarah Palin said about Obama the other day. They don't want people talking about it, so they just might hold their fire on this one, even though they're hellbent on firing at Sarah Palin everytime she pops up and says "hi".
"I think the public rightfully is still making it an issue. I don't have a problem with that. I don't know if I would have to bother to make it an issue, because I think that members of the electorate still want answers," she replied.I agree with Sarah. I've always said I felt that the pussyish McCainites pretty much threw in the towel and just let the Obamites stroll casually into 1600 Pennsylvania.
"I think it's a fair question, just like I think past association and past voting records – all of that is fair game," Palin said. "The McCain-Palin campaign didn't do a good enough job in that area."
Besides, if folks thought it ok to demand to see Baby Trig's birth certificate, then surely they'll have to agree that it's perfectly ok to demand to see the birth certificate of anyone who seeks to be (or currently is) the White House Resident, simply to be satisfied that he meets the Constitutional Eligibility Requirements to be President, which it doesn't appear that he does, actually, not that we're supposed to even be thinking of that, let alone mentioning it, for it's been deemed by the Powers that Be to be extremely politically incorrect, almost as no-no-esque as using the N-word, actually, though nothing like such an epithet at all.
Palin said it was legitimate to question Obama's eligibility, referring to "the weird conspiracy theory freaky thing that people talk about that Trig isn't my real son – 'You need to produce his birth certificate, you need to prove that he's your kid,' which we have done.
"Maybe we can reverse that, and use the same [inaudible] thinking on the other one," she added.
You know, we've already witnessed the debunking of the climate change thing, dubbed ClimateGate. Next thing you know, Obama could very well be demonstrated to be a fraud. And this is actually quite probable, in my view. After all, we know full well that unscrupulous characters (like "Democrats") do conspire to lie to Americans and defraud them out of their money, etc...
Can Birth CertifiGate be too far off? Admit it, it's plausible. After all, when we're told to "trust the authorities" that they've been scrupulous and not unscrupulous, that they've followed the Constitution, the Law and the Scientific Method and so on and so forth, and that they're not lying to us, not trying to defraud us, well, do we automatically trust them out of fear of being publicly ostracized (or even worse!) should we fail to do as we're expected?
I guess that the average person, the mainstream, the majority, is a conspiracy theorist just for having the common sense to realize that, yes, in the real world, people DO conspire to commit fraud for various purposes. It's the way it is. Anyone who says that conspiracies can't and never happen and that we shouldn't think such things are even possible, well, they're crazy, not us.
And it's obvious that Sarah's "balls" are bigger than Ann Coulter's "balls". Ann Coulter is too chicken to state the obvious about Obama's apparent, logically-surmisable-given-the-observable-facts ineligibility, but Sarah Palin's wholly unafraid of being called every nasty thing under the sun.
And we need a President who's not afraid of the Big Left-Wing Attack Machine.