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Obama’s birth certificate matters

March 31, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: I’m going to set the record straight: Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton hammered Mr. Obama....

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NomoreCrap

Apr-13-13 2:10 PM

Stan Miller you are among the most ignorant morons in America, we're in the 2nd term it's too late! Furthermore nobody gives a crap about what you want to see or will hear your feeble voice in the White House. You're a nobody! Please find more to do with your life than stress about an issue that's dead, buried, and forgotten about by all but the dumbest of dumbasses still angry about the election.

This is why you idiots can't win an election, build a candidate or establish a connection with the American people. Your feeble minds are looking to exist in the past rather than build a future for your fellow citizens. Get help fool!

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Breezie3

Apr-06-13 3:35 PM

So does it make you feel better to voice your concerns? Because lets face it.. you HAVE to deal with it for the next 4 years. Sorry... but this arguement is old and at this point it doesn't even really matter because he was here for 4 years, and will be here for another 4. I'd say this is a dead subject, why beat it to death? Stress over something more important, because this isn't going to change.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-04-13 3:04 PM

Now go get liemonger to post some because aren't even a challenge, RIAT.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-04-13 3:02 PM

To doubt means that you are uncertain, resistanceisatwink. In your case there IS NO DOUBT. YOU are a keyboard tough guy, a person that is so insecure in her own womanhood that she has to invent FAIRYTALES to cover for her dismal existence. I've known lots of people just like you. They have all suffered from the same low intelligence level. Go spray some cheap perfume on yourself, smear on some lipstick, and go to some skuzzy bar somewhere. If you buy enough rounds you might be able to find a gun later on. A good shot from a gun may well ease your tension level.

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slapsackjack

Apr-04-13 10:42 AM

Obama is one of the gratest presidents we've had

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DefeatSBB5

Apr-04-13 9:32 AM

So, the birthers have been ground to powder by the facts in the Obama citizenship matter, and so their response?

Start yapping about guns!

LOL

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DefeatSBB5

Apr-04-13 9:31 AM

You don't have a single constitutional right to military-style assault weapons and high capacity magazines.

None.

The government is well within its constitutional powers in curtailing access to combat-level equipment of this type.

Sorry. But that's a fact.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-04-13 7:32 AM

Just stating the facts resistance. You continue to talk like you are the leader of some militia group sworn to defend Natural Law against the forces of evil. What a load in the pants that is. You couldn't find it in yourself to defend your REAL country and you most certainly won't find it in yourself to defend your fanciful one either. Go listen to another lesson on how to be a good citizen by that other load in the pants Ted Nugent.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 11:15 PM

HEY Lincoln, It WAS released a long time ago. Been sleeping or what?

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AbeLincoln

Apr-03-13 9:59 PM

I just wondered what the big deal was about him showing his birth certificate, he made it the big deal. Explain his SS#!!!!

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DefeatSBB5

Apr-03-13 9:40 PM

Tin foil hats are sparkling in the fire-light -- all the assault-weaponed weirdoes gathered around the fire.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 9:28 PM

There you go again resistance, talking like your a bad arse again. We have already determined that you are really just a troll wannabe. It's ok my laddie you just go on pretending. I question whether you make enough money to by ammo let alone guns on your French frying job over at Burger Queen.

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SURV69

Apr-03-13 5:51 PM

Again I say . . . does it matter?

President O'Bama produced sufficient proof that he was born in America.

If that proof is fraudulent, then his American mother caused him to be legally born in America.

He shouldn't need more proof than you or I would have to produce to run for President.

Also, at issue is not and never has been whether he's a natural born American . . . HIS MOM WAS AMERICAN and that's all that takes to be an American citizen.

The issue at hand . . . if there is one, is whether or not, the baby was actually "born in", the U.S.A., as required.

This question has absolutely NOTHING to do with his being an American citizen.

Again . . . the proof he produced is the same degree of proof that would have been acceptable for us if we ran for President, so what makes him different?

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 3:56 PM

I am honestly perplexed, resistanceisfutile, as to why you would think it strange that an owner of firearms, and a former FFL licensee, would want HONEST and RESPONSIBLE gun laws. What makes you think that just because a person owns and respects firearms that that person must at the same time believe that guns should be totally unregulated. That would be like saying that because Jay Leno collects cars that he must be opposed to all traffic laws. I learned a long time ago that the people that gun owners should fear the most is not the bleeding heart liberals. No my friend the people who gun owners need to fear is people just like you who believe that their GUN RIGHTS supersede everyone else's other rights. It is just that rub s#it in your face attitude that makes enemies of the population.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 3:40 PM

...... And yes I not only own but also shoot assault weapons of various calibers. I have them because it is LEGAL to have them. Some of these weapons have very high collectors value. particularly those from the early developmental days of the early to mid 20th century.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 3:33 PM

RESISTANCEISFUTILE, YOUREALLY DO NEED BIG PICTURES DON'T YOU? PLEASE GO READ THE 2008 MILLER V WASHINGTON D.C. THAT RULING IS THE LAW OF THE LAND. IN ITS RULING THE SCOTUS STATED THAT THE GOVERNMENT( THE PEOPLE) CAN ENACT LAWS THAT LIMIT FIREARMS BY TYPE. THIS IS ALREADY THE CASE WITH MACHINE GUNS, SHORT BARRELED SHOTGUNS,ETC. WITH THAT RULING IN PLACE AS A BENCHMARK, THE GOVERNMENT COULD ENACT LEGISLATION TO BAN ASSAULT WEAPONS AND 30 ROUND MAGAZINES BY TYPE. THAT MEANS, OF COURSE, THAT WE AS CITIZENS DO NOT HAVE THE ABSOLUTE RIGHT TO OWN A ASSAULT RIFLE. WE HAVE THE RIGHT UNLESS OR UNTIL THE GOVERNMENT PASSES LEGISLATION TO RESTRICT THEM. ONCE AGAIN GET A COPY OF SUPREME COURT RULINGS FOR DUMMIES AND READ IT.

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msmith82

Apr-03-13 11:23 AM

Family guy he produced his HI birth certificate his mom was American therefore he is an American citizen so yes it is time to sit down and shut up

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jtoday

Apr-03-13 11:22 AM

The State of Hawaii released his birth certificate. I do not understand what is being requested. What do you want?

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FamilyGuy

Apr-03-13 11:11 AM

Citizens should not be demeaned or belittled because they expect a candidate to provide documentation that they comply with the Constitutional provisions specified for the office they seek.

To tell those who question issues to "sit down and shut up" is not an appropriate response.

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 10:31 AM

ZOOMIE, we the American people have collectively had TWO very definitive background checks of Barack Obama's birth certificate. The first in 2008 When the Republican party raised it for months in the General Election. In 2012 The issue was raised again,and reviewed in full the over 200 million people. In both instances,2008 & 2012, the American people deemed that Barack Obama WAS IN FACT a us citizen. YOU were a loser on the issue in 2008, and YOU were a loser on the issue in 2012. It is now 2013. It appears that YOU wish to remain what YOU have always been, A LOSER.

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thebear402

Apr-03-13 10:26 AM

If I remember correctly, wasn't there an issue with John Kerry, when he was potential candidate, having lied about how old he was, but his birth certificate showed the truth? And when people found out, that showed his true character. That is why I think all candidates need to have a completely open, a completely transparent life, incuding showing their birth certificate. The public has a right to know.

Again, we've always dealt with pretty decent people, but one day, some psychotic individual with a very questionable past may run, and it is for that possibility that all candidates must be completely open regarding all aspects of their life, including birth certificates, criminal records, mental health issues, etc. We must not assume that all people are as honest as ourselves and just "take them at their word."

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thebear402

Apr-03-13 10:21 AM

I see no problem with requesting this document (although the reasoning behind people wanting it tends to be pure nutjob). This is no different than having to produce college transcripts as proof of having a college degree when you're applying for a job at the Warren Public Library. It is a requirement of the job. Similarly, being a US citizen is a requirement of being the president, show proof, we are not going to just take you at your word.

All candidates should have to show proof of qualifications prior to running, not just "take me at my word." What a haven for criminals this country would be if "take me at my word" was allowed for proof of everyhing else (having insurance, having a license, having graduated college, being married, etc).

Here is the problem: Obama is an honest person, a good person. The next person might not be. I do not want to set a precedent and "take him at his word."

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reallytiredofit

Apr-03-13 10:19 AM

Once again you are lying resistance. I HAVE never argued AGAINST the right to keep and bear arms, AND YOU KNOW IT. I do not believe however that the second amendment rights are ABSOLUTE. my thoughts in that are supported by the U.S. Supreme Court. I DO NOT believe that convicted felons have the right to own guns. I DO NOT believe that the mentally infirm should have the right to own guns. I MOST CERTAINLY do not believe that background checks infringe on anyone's right to keep and bear arms. EVERY gun I own is LEGAL. My beliefs are mirrored in the 2008 SCOTUS Miller v Washington DC ruling that for the FIRST TIME EVER acknowledged that a private citizen, OUTSIDE OF A MILITA, has the Right under the Second Amendment, to keep and bear arms. That ruling is the law of the land. I agree with it. I support it. It is about time as an American citizen that you SUPPORT it too. JUST let me know if you need a BIGGER picture drawn for you, ok Resistanceisfutile.

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jtoday

Apr-03-13 9:31 AM

'Seems like he's spent millions to hide his records.'

'Seems like' is neither proof or opinion.

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msmith82

Apr-03-13 8:40 AM

Zoomie background checks are not bad why are you afraid of it unless you have something to hide

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