Pres. Obama born in Kenya
Original post made by MePartyPatriot on Aug 6, 2013
Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Tea Party darling, states: ""My mother was born in Wilmington, Delaware. She's a US citizen, so I'm a US citizen," "
How many ways can you spell "hypocrisy"? How many ways can you spot "self-serving?"
Oh, that's right, his father was born in a foreign country! Not Kenya, but Canada, that place to the north and nearly another colony of the US.
on Aug 7, 2013 at 6:01 am
I'm going to vote for Cruz because he doesn't want immigrants coming from Mexico and points further south. I'm okay with Canadians coming here, because they look like me. Obama's not from Canada, he's from Kenya. Duh!
on Aug 7, 2013 at 8:26 am
Regardless as to where obama crawled out of a hut, he's not fit to lead the country. ... Your diversions only serve to publicly display the ignorance and shallow thought we've come to expect from the left.
I expect the next reply will be along the lines of , 'nyah, nyah, you're a bigger hypocrite than me...', as though that solves any of the scandals plauging this regime. (Comment partially removed by Pleasanton Weekly Online staff)
on Aug 7, 2013 at 11:40 am
Why the lack of respect for the President? He was duly elected to lead the country, not once, but twice. You may disagree with his policies, but we should all show respect for the office and the institution we call government. We have developed our current system. We voted in our leaders. They are doing the job we elected them to perform. If you do not like the choices or direction of the current leadership, replace them. You have the ability to act, vote, and offer an alternative.
We have the right to criticize the policies and actions or our government, but is it necessary to attack the person? And, if we offer criticism, don't you think it is more beneficial and effective to offer 1) evidence to support your criticism 2) an alternative plan of action or alternative to the policy you are criticizing?
Just a few thoughts for you to consider.