Sunday, August 9, 2009

Oh, Sounds Like Birther Talk To Me

"This is a scary time in Washington," he said. "It's a very frightening time. I see Barack Obama is creating an enemies list of people who oppose this miserable health care plan. I think that's frightening. That's from a guy that can't even show a long-form birth certificate. I think we all ought to be prepared to fight that."

This is from Congressman John Sullivan, R-Oklahoma. Now, maybe this report says more about the idiots in Oklahoma than anything else, except for that pesky poll a while back that showed that 53% of Republicans either do not believe or are not sure that Barack Obama was born in the United States of America. 28% answered a firm no, that they did not believe that Obama was born here. Of course, considering how stupid the right looks over this and so many other issues these days, it wouldn't be surprising if they didn't realize that Hawaii was a state.

And what exactly is so "scary" about having a difference of opinion? Jerks.

1 comment:

AngryKook said...

You have to admit that if Bush had asked people to email the White House when they received dis-information about some policy, the left would have gone ballistic over it. We know they would, because they have.

I refer to when Bush tried to publish an 800 number after 9/11 for people to report suspicious behavior. The Left would have none of it. Thought it was McCarthy-ite. Civil liberty folks were up in arms. Dangerous precedent, so they cancelled the program.

And now we know what happens when Obama finds people who disagree with him. The DNC send union thugs to go out bust some heads.

People aren't afraid about a difference of opinion. They are afraid what Obama will do to them once he finds out about it.