Are you a “BIRTHER” or a “MARK”.

In the old neighborhood we would get a empty Sony TV box, glue cement blocks or bricks in it, reseal it and sell it on the street for $100.00 with the story that it was a $600.00 Sony TV that fell off a FedEx truck. Anyone that bought it without opening it was labeled a “Mark” A Bernie Madoff client, a Schmuck.

The ones that wanted to see what’s in the box before they bought it, today would be labeled a “Birther”

Are you a “BIRTHER” or a “MARK”. Do you believe Obama was born in Kapi’olani hospital? If you do I have a bridge I would like to sell you. It goes from Brooklyn to Manhattan, ready for a toll booth to be installed.

A “Mark” BELIEVED BILL CLINTON WHEN HE SAID: “I DID NOT HAVE SEXUAL RELATIONS WITH THAT WOMAN” Then they found the stained dress. He lied and they became a “Birther”.

A “Mark” BELIEVED JOHN EDWARDS WHEN HE SAID: “THAT’S NOT MY BABY” Then the Enquirer exposed him. He lied and they became a “Birther”.

A “Mark” BELIEVED WILLIAM “FREEZER” JEFFERSON WHEN HE SAID: “I DON’T KNOW HOW THAT CASH GOT IN MY FREEZER” Then they threw him in the slammer and they knew he lied and they became a “Birther”.

A “Mark” BELIEVED LINDA LINGEL WHEN SHE SAID: "So I had my health director, who is a physician by background, go personally view the birth certificate in the birth records of the Department of Health, and we issued a news release at that time saying that the president was, in fact, born at Kapi'olani Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. And that's just a fact and yet people continue to call up and e-mail and want to make it an issue and I think it's again a horrible distraction for the country by those people who continue this."
Then they learned she lied, Fukino's statement never identified Kapiolani as Obama's birthplace and they became a “Birther”.

Fukino said, "[I have]...personally seen and verified that the Hawai‘i State Department of Health has Sen. Obama’s original birth certificate on record...,"

Beyond the lie, if Lingle disclosed Obama's birth hospital without his permission, she has committed a misdemeanor. If Obama gave permission for this public disclosure, then Hawaii no longer has a basis for maintaining the privacy of Obama's birth records.

Welcome to the new members of the growing army of “BIRTHERS”

Chris Mathews, Rush Limbaugh, Hawaii Governor Abercrombie Senator Will Espero and Hawaii Legislators; Rida Cabanilla, Jerry Chang, Joey Manahan, John Mizuno and Calvin Say to name a few.

Proud to be a “Birther”

Friday, April 15, 2011

Born In the USA

US President Barack Obama speaks at a DNC fundraisers April 14, 2011 at the Navy Pier in Chicago.

The US President has rounded on Republicans expressing doubts over whether he was born in America saying it will backfire on them at election time.

The President counters claims he was not born in America at an event in Chicago
Barack Obama said most people knew he was born in Hawaii and were more concerned about rocketing fuel prices and rising unemployment than his birth certificate, in an interview with ABC News.
The question of the President's place of birth was thought to have been settled long ago after state officials confirmed he was born in Hawaii.
The matter was taken so seriously at the time that his Hawaiian birth certificate was made public.
But billionaire businessman Donald Trump, and possible Republican presidential candidate, breathed new life into the conspiracy theories by raising the issue of Mr Obama's birth place again.
Donald Trump checks out his new ride as the 2011 Indianapolis 500 Chevrolet Camaro SS Convertible Pace Car driver for the 100th Anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 at Trump Tower on April 5, 2011 in New York City.
Trump has breathed new life into birther conspiracy theorys
Conspiracists known as 'Birthers' have long claimed that the President was actually born in Kenya and is not eligible to stand as President of the United States.
But at a fundraiser in Chicago, Mr Obama's hometown, the US leader seemed unruffled by the Republican jibes and joked to an appreciative crowd about the birth issue.
When talking about his deep connection with Chicago the President said: "I wasn't born here (long pause)...just want to be clear... I was born in Hawaii".
The latest rumours over Mr Obama's birth place come as the state of Arizona approved a proposal for presidential candidates to prove they are US citizens before their names can appear on the state ballot.
Similar legislature is now being considered by 13 other states.
Lebanon County state representatives Mauree Gingrich and RoseMarie Swanger are cosponsoring a bill that would require candidates for president and vice president to provide proof of American citizenship to qualify for a spot on the state ballot.
The bill amends the current law, which applies that standard only to state and municipal candidates.
In announcing the bill Wednesday, primary sponsor Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, a Republican from Butler County, said he introduced the measure because he doubts President Barack Obama was born in the United States.
"As a veteran and an elected official who takes an oath of office, just like every past and future President of the United States, to uphold and defend the Constitutional rights of the citizens I represent, it is beyond perplexing and greatly troubling that a political candidate can ascend to the highest levels of government without providing sufficient documentation verifying his or her place of birth or American citizenship," Metcalfe said in a news release.
Gingrich does not include herself among the so-called birthers and says she accepts the documents proving Obama's citizenship. Swanger, however, finds it questionable that Obama produced a certification of live birth versus a birth certificate.
Doubts of Obama's citizenship were a hot topic during the 2008 presidential election. They have resurfaced recently as real estate mogul and could-be presidential candidate Donald Trump has made the rounds on


the national media espousing the belief that Obama was not born in the U.S. Adding fuel to the "birther" argument is Hawaii's law prohibiting disclosure of birth certificates and other vital records unless the requestor has a "direct and tangible interest in the record."
Instead, the state issued a certificate of live birth to verify Obama's citizenship, which many have refused to accept.
Gingrich, a Republican, said she believes Metcalfe's legislation stands on its own merits because it is consistent with the existing standards applied to all state candidates, from school board to governor.
"Personally, I have enough confidence that adequate information was in place before he (Obama) was accepted as a candidate," she said. "This (bill) is just a common-sense effort that puts that kind of information on the public record earlier."
Swanger, also a Republican, said the bill is just "common sense" that the highest ranking officials need to provide the same documentation as the rest of the citizens.
"My thoughts are there are many instances in which we as citizens need to prove that we are citizens.Why wouldn't the highest official in land do the same thing?" she said. "We do have controversy about Obama. A lot of people think there's nothing to it. I want to see an official birth certificate, like what I have to supply."
Asked if she considered herself a "birther," Swanger said, "I don't care what you call me, I just want to see a real birth certificate."

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