• Terrifying New Birther Theory May Cancel Out the Declaration of Independence

    And you thought the birther movement was over, when even the editors of the National Review spoke out against it. Hahahaha! Come on, everyone speaks in haste sometimes…

    The overwhelming evidence is that Obama was born an American citizen on Aug. 4, 1961, which almost certainly makes him constitutionally eligible to hold his office. I say "almost certainly" because Obama, as we shall see, presents complex dual-citizenship issues. For now, let's just stick with what's indisputable: He was also born a Kenyan citizen. In theory, that could raise a question about whether he qualifies as a "natural born" American — an uncharted constitutional concept.

    Good grief, I could drive a truck through the holes in Barack Obama's citizenship status. Or should I say… a lorry?

    If the forty-fourth president was indeed, as the "birthers" aver, born in Kenya in 1961, he would have been born a British subject. Perhaps his entire career is a clever scheme to bring the colonists' rebellion to an end and revoke the Declaration of Independence.

    All right, that's it. Are we going to let Lord Barack Husseinington Obamawell sell us back to his Queen, so she can turn us into indentured corgi-walkers? No! We must stand up to this crumpet-loving "president." A tea party? No, no, we need something stronger. Something that will send a cold, frosty chill down the imposter's spine.

    Like dumping cases of beer in the Potomac.

    Tags: Alcohol, Barack Obama, Birthers, National Review, United Kingdom


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