Saturday, October 25, 2008

Let's Talk...

about Obama.

Honestly, he scares the crap out of me.

The other day, the local talk radio show I listen to brought up another point that is not being reported upon by the major news stations/reporters.

It seems as though Phil J. Berg has filed a lawsuit against Obama. (Berg vs. Obama, No. 08-cv-04083). The lawsuit basically states that Obama is not qualified to be President of the United States. Berg states that Obama is not a 'natural born' or a 'naturalized' citizen.

Now, this case has not been thrown out of court. The judge is still hearing this case. It must have some validity.

Obama and the Democratic National Party had 30 days to prove Obama's citizenship...and they didn't. It is stated that they posted Obama's birth certificate has been found that this document is a psd file. Yup, that's right, the same program I use to alter photos for work! SOMETHING is altered on this document.

This case, along with Obama's 'friends', his wanting to give a tax credit - even to those who haven't paid taxes (in the form of a check!), his wanting to take from the rich and give to the poor (I would call myself middle class and would probably be on the receiving end of this and still think it is ridiculous! I mean, if you want more money, get your butt out there and work for it!) makse me wonder how anyone could support him.

Honestly, I want to discuss this. If you are an Obama supporter, please dialogue with me. Tell me what you see that I don't. Remember, these are political talking points. These are not call me names and blow hot air. Simply state what you see in Obama's campaign that I don't. (I will, unfortunatly, delete any comments that do not follow these guidelines.)

On the other side, if you are Pro McCain/Palin, share those thoughts. Why are you supporting McCain? Do my Obama questions make sense? Do you have other points that I am not covering? Again, we are discussing, not name calling.

Please, educate me...


Christine said...

I just ran a quick google search, and that case was thrown out last night. (Philadelphia Daily News)

Ted said...

Handled right, the Fed District Court throwing out Berg for lack of standing can present a political check-mate "win" on appeal for the anti-Obama side (if not in law, in the Court of Public Opinion). Here's how: SIMPLY SPREAD AROUND OBAMA'S APPELLATE BRIEF HAVING TO ARGUE AGAINST AN AMERICAN VOTER'S RIGHT TO RAISE THE QUESTION UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. Should be a PR disaster for the Dems and Obama!!!

Christine said...

Okay - sorry to spread out my comment. Saturday with the kids and their friends! Craziness. I know you understand.

Okay - so, as you know, I listen to both sides constantly. I am on email lists for both parties, and read news across the board, fact checking and studying. I have come to realize something in the last two weeks as this discussion of redistributing wealth has hit the forefront:

We already do it. We do it all the time: building roads, social security, public schools, libraries, police, fire fighters, when the government deliberately tries to create jobs, airports and air traffic control, military defense and offense, etc.

So, do we stop doing that? Do we eliminate all of these programs and make everyone fend for themselves, including the disabled, the mentally ill, the working poor, etc.?

America is already socialist in those ways. I think if you disagree with it, you should be fighting against all of those programs.

Personally, I want to see America be a country that always takes care of those who cannot care for themselves. I want to see us all work together, so that we all have, and I don't ever want to see that be a distinction between party lines. That will make us a great country ... not just a small percentage of hyper-successful individuals. I think it's good and moral.

Will people take advantage? Sure they will. Should that stop us? Nope. Heck, corporations take advantage, when some of them have so much they could wipe their butts with money. Economic status does not change greed. Greed will always exist, but - personally - I think community should always exist.

Christine said...

If Obama's birth certificate is fraudulent, it is amazing to me that the Democratic Party was able to also falsify his birth announcement in the Aug. 13, 1961 issue of the Honolulu Advertiser.

Man, they are gooooood!

Sorry, I'm being sarcastic, but when you take time to look into Berg's claims ... it's just another of all this crap being thrown by both parties in the final days of the election. It's right up there with some Dem's trying to say that the McCain's treat their adopted daughter differently than the rest of their children. That's the stuff I don't want to see discussed. They have a word for it down there in Texas ...


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