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An article by John Ellis, “Birther Issue Goes Mainstream” reveals that “journalists” today must include the word birther in their copy to generate internet hits to their articles. They are walking a tightrope in how they use the term because they don’t want to alienate their JournOlistic comrades,
all of whom in New York-Washington media circles are resolute in their belief that “birthers” are insane!
One JournOlisted writer, Dave Weigel, fired by the The Washington Independent, posed as a conservative writer and bashed anyone that opposed Obama. Weigel continues his attacks while employed by Slate as a liberal columnist. This JournOlister labels those who want Obama to prove his eligibility as “birthers” who are “insane”. Rather than investigating the issue that might qualify him to hold the title “journalist,” he derides and denigrates anyone questioning the validity of Obama’s adherence to the Constitution’s Article 2 Section 1 requirement that the president must be a “natural born citizen.”
To Weigel and all those leftist JournOlist members, who use the same tired and overused Alinsky marginalizing tactics, we say,
Go ahead, call us crazy.
We say it’s crazy that not a single member of Congress ever inspected a hard copy birth certificate for the pResident and Vice-President.
We say it’s crazy that not a single member of Congress ever questioned whether a son who admitted he was born a British subject because his father was a British subject (and never a U.S. citizen) can be considered a “natural born citizen” of the United States.
We say it’s crazy that the Senate debated whether or not John McCain is a “natural born citizen” of the United States, but they were too timid to debate the same issue with respect to Barry Soetoro (a.k.a Barack Obama).
We say it’s crazy for them to think that this issue will go away if they continue to mock and label those who support and defend the Constitution and the Rule of Law as “birthers.”
President Ronald Reagan was famous for repeatedly quoting an old Russian maxim:
If one mocks verification, then they are mocking Ronald Reagan.
Regardless of your party affiliation (or lack thereof), supporting and defending the Constitution and the Rule of Law makes one a “Constitutional Republican(*)” NOT a “birther.”
(*) A Republic is ruled by the Rule of Law. A Democracy is ruled by the Rule of the majority. The United States of America is a Constitutional Republic, where our representatives are elected democratically, but we are a Republic, not a Democracy.
For all of those who support and defend the Constitution and the Rule of Law, take note that when one combines the legal requirements of:
1) Article II Section 1 of the United States Constitution
2) Section 3 of the 20th Amendment to the United States Constitution
3) The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986:
All employees, citizens and noncitizens, hired after November 6, 1986 and working in the United States must complete a Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
… one sees that Obama and Biden are legally required to produce hard copy documentation of not only their eligibility to work in the United states but also their eligibility to hold the office of President.
And Congress has the legal responsibility to ensure that the President and Vice President have qualified.
Constitutional Republicans (again, regardless of party affiliation) expect those who swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution and the Rule of Law to ACTUALLY DO SO.
Yes, call us crazy because we want to maintain the integrity of the Constitutional framework!
Go Ahead, Call Us Verifiably Crazy!