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”

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Trump takes credit for Obama birth info

In NH, Trump takes credit for Obama birth info

Donald Trump, a possible 2012 presidential candidate, talks to reporters after arriving at the Pease International Tradeport Wednesday, April 27, 2011 in Portsmouth, N.H. Trump said he was 'very proud' to have forced the White House's decision to release President Barack Obama's birth certificate. Donald Trump, a possible 2012 presidential candidate, talks to reporters after arriving at the Pease International Tradeport Wednesday, April 27, 2011 in Portsmouth, N.H. Trump said he was "very proud" to have forced the White House's decision to release President Barack Obama's birth certificate. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
DOVER, N.H.—After weeks of suggesting Barack Obama was born in Africa, Donald Trump hastened to boast that he had forced the Democratic president to release a detailed Hawaii birth certificate disproving that claim, painting an apparent setback as a victory within minutes of arriving in the first-in-the-nation primary state.

The developer and reality TV show host, who is considering a White House run, again showed the difficulty establishment Republicans are having in controlling the early stages of their wide-open nominating contest. He also proved himself a nimble messenger, or spinner. "Today I am very proud of myself because I have accomplished something that nobody else has been able to accomplish," Trump told reporters Wednesday shortly after his black and red helicopter, emblazoned "TRUMP" on the side, touched down in Portsmouth. He arrived not long after the White House released the president's long-form birth certificate from Hawaii. He said he was honored "to have played such a big role in hopefully -- hopefully -- getting rid of this issue.

Now, we have to look at it, we have to see, is it real." Trumps said he hoped the birth certificate "checks out beautifully," but he used the opportunity before television cameras to again sharply criticized Obama on several fronts, including Libya policy and gasoline prices. He also raised questions anew about Obama's educational record and how he got into college. 

But he again offered no proof of anything amiss. Trump's blistering attacks on Obama -- including raising widely debunked rumors that the president was born abroad -- have piqued the interest of some Republican voters. He has seen his standing in some polls grow in the months since he first dangled a presidential candidacy before a GOP primary electorate looking for a leader to aggressively challenge the Democratic president. Many rank-and-file Republicans still dismiss Trump as a non-serious distraction. 

But as he easily grabs headlines, other potential candidates are playing a more cautious game, and most don't seem eager to talk about him. They've been distancing themselves from the so-called "birther" claims in recent days, and most weren't eager to weigh in Wednesday. 

Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor, sent a brief tweet that said: "Media: admit it, Trump forced the issue. Now, don't let the WH distract you w/the birth crt from what Bernanke says today. Stay focused, eh?" That was a reference to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's news conference. And former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said on Twitter: "What President Obama should really be releasing is a jobs plan." Less than a year before Iowa and New Hampshire Republicans become the first to vote in the race, the GOP field is far from set. There's no true front-runner and no single establishment candidate. That leaves ample room for attention-getting events by less orthodox politicians such as Trump and third-term Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota.

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