A Birth Certificate Proves Nothing for Obama

April 28, 2011

The fact that Barack Obama has finally produced a birth certificate doesn’t mean this “birther” thing has gone away.

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A Response to a Recent Posting of Mine

January 26, 2011

If you’ve read my post High oil prices? Weak dollar? Blame Obama, you’ll see that a reader has decided to challenge me on a couple of my assertions.  I started writing this as a reply to the comment, but the reply itself took on some dimensions that I thought would be worthy of a blog entry.

So, “Buh,” this post is for you!

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Obamessiah!

March 2, 2010

You know, I don’t really want to go here, but I’ve had quite a bit of time to think about this.  Is it possible that Barack Obama is the anti-Christ or one of the three great evils cited in the Christian book of Revelations?

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Why Conservatives Claim “Media Bias”, Example #6

September 14, 2009

I saw this one while cruising the Internet. 

I mean, seriously, these media people must really think we’re all stupid or somethin’!

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A Response to Ellen Ratner

September 8, 2009

There I am looking over the Fox News website, when I come across a link entitled: “Obama’s Critics Need a Reality Check.”

Oh, this one I just couldn’t pass up.

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Obama Medical Genius

August 20, 2009

You know, for being such an educated guy, Baby Doc Obama says a LOT of stupid stuff when the Teleprompter isn’t giving him the cues.  This is especially true when Dear Leader decides to play doctor.

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Mitch Albom: Stooge

August 19, 2009

You know, Mitch Albom, and Kenny Brown are brilliant examples how ignorance is truly bliss.  I mean, if I went on a syndicated national radio show and let people know how utterly stupid and ill-informed I am, I’d feel a little ashamed.  Not so with Michigan’s most favorite idiot liberal and his trusty lack-wit sidekick. Read the rest of this entry »