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Obama’s devoted supporters have tried everything, from repeated applications of Alinskyite ridicule to silent refusals to even acknowledge its existence, to get the issue of Obama’s ineligibility to hold the office of President of the United States to go away. My belief that Obama does not meet the eligibility requirements of Article II of the Constitution has nothing to do with the many questions swirling around the President’s birth certificate, although I do concede that it’s highly unusual for a person to be born in two different hospitals. I don’t care if he was born in the Capitol Rotunda. If he is indeed the son of a Kenyan Marxist bigamist, he cannot be an Article II “natural born citizen.” Perhaps, though, we need to revisit that question. What if Barack Obama Sr. was not Barack the Younger’s father? What if his father was an American citizen at the time that the future Barry Soetoro was born? In his new film, “Dreams from my Real Father: a Story of Reds and Deception,” our guest, Joel Gilbert, the president of Highway 61 Entertainment, asserts just that. The mayors of Boston, Chicago and San Francisco present a coast-to-coast troika of stupidity, and illegality, by demonizing fast-food chain Chick-Fil-A because its CEO pleads guilty as charged to the modern-day crime of supporting traditional marriage. Meanwhile, another CEO and his wife donate $2.5 million to support Washington state’s so-called “same sex marriage” legislation to universal silence. As the desperation mounts & panic sets in at Obama HQ, their mouthpieces descend even further into unintentional farce. The latest example is the rendless bleating about Mitt Romney’s “horrific stumbling” at the Olympics in London. Hearing them go on, you’d almost think that his linebacker wife had manhandled the Queen after they presented her with an iPod featuring Romney speeches.
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