Just for a moment, pretend that you're an embittered, right wing, conspiracy theorist who really believes that the country was duped into electing a man who is unfit to be president because his U.S. citizen mother went into labor in a place that wasn't within the boarders of this country. Please, bear with me, and use your imagination for a moment.
Even then — even if you really, honestly, believed that with all your heart — would you actually think that billboards like this were a good use of thousands of dollars?
A national fund-raising campaign to erect billboards around the country questioning Barack Obama's eligibility for office was an instant hit with WND readers in its first 24 hours, said Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of the company and the man who came up with the idea…
More than $10,000 has been raised thus far from many hundreds of donors – more than enough to begin putting up the first billboards. The average donation was $25. WND will keep viewers up to date when billboards are erected.
I don't wanna give you the impression that I'm against these billboards. I'm actually all in favor of hardcore conservatives spending their money to remind everyone else of exactly how silly there are.
It helps those of us on the left to diffuse our own problem cases.
Tags: Barack Obama, Conspiracies, WorldNetDaily