Sen Inofe attacked re: birthers

July 30, 2009

Updated list of birth certificate posts

This barryvictim was Sen Jim Inhofe (R- OK) and the attack dog was Politico. Here Inofe’s answer to the ever-present do you support the birthers – which the anti-birthers refute by quoting conspiracy experts and urban legendists instead of asking their pink-faced pal Gibbs for a copy of the real document.

SEN INOFE: They have a point. I don’t discourage it. … But I’m going to pursue defeating [Obama] on things that I think are very destructive to America.

It wasn’t enough. It never is. Someone should tell the GOP never to use “defeat” in reference to barry. Though a reputable source would include the entire quote instead of cherrypicking what fits their attack.

Inhofe’s second attempt, which also was not enough.

From Inhofe spokesman Jared Young via GREG SARGENT:

The point that they make is the Constitutional mandate that the U.S. president be a natural born citizen, and the White House has not done a very good job of dispelling the concerns of these citizens. My focus is on issues where I can make a difference to stop the liberal agenda being pushed by President Obama.

No. His focus is on issues.

Every single one of the attack dogs swears barry released his birth certificate, when he didn’t.  And So certain are they he was born in Hawaii crickets chirp when they are asked to name the hospital.

Urban legend?

One Response to “Sen Inofe attacked re: birthers”

  1. mattie14 Says:


    Please stop lying.

    We have gone over this many times.

    The original birth certificate exists according to Dr Fukino. He has not shown it.

    Yes the COLB is what they send out – but he absolutely can get a copy of his original birth certificate.

    Your lying is getting ridiculous.

    And you also know he has a copy of the original.

    And you also know that in 1961, he could get a Hawaii COLB if he was born in a manger as long as his mother could prove residency for the year prior to his birth. And it could be gotten on the word of one family member.

    The front of the COLB would show the place of birth if it was somewhere other than Hawaii – but that COLB has not been vetted.


    Dr Fukino has never vetted that COLB and Janice Okubo and the registrar said they could not say what that image (COLB) was on the internet and Politifact knew that.

    And Dr Fukino changed her statement to VITAL RECORDS. She no longer says BIRTH CERTIFICATE. And she has suddenly become a constitutional lawyer.

    Bottom line – no one knows his actual physical birthplace.


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