Amazingly enough the birther issue is STILL out there!!!
Even after President Obama released his long form birth certificate and shut down idiots like Donald Trump, we still have nutbags who believe that Barack Obama illegally became President of the United States in January of 2009. Queen of the nutbags, Orly Taitz has had this crusade to prove that there is a conspiracy to cover up that Obama is not a natural-born citizen. Her crusade has taken her to Georgia where a resident made the complaint that Pres Obama’s name should be taken off the state’s ballot in Georgia’s March presidential primary.
You know I would not have believed this story if I didn’t read it for myself, what else does the president have to do to prove that there is no conspiracy?
Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi (Georgia) has issued a subpoena that requires PRESIDENT OBAMA to show up in Georgia’s Office of State Administrative Hearings. So the ONLY way Mr Malihi believes this so-called ballot issue can be resolved is if the Leader of the Free World drops everything to show up in person to prove what has ALREADY been proven!!!
I can just imagine…
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: “Yes Mr President I would like to discuss a peaceful solution to my country’s (Iran) nuclear program.”
President Obama: “Yeah M.A. I would love to talk BUT…. I got this citizenship thing I have to handle in Georgia. Let me call you back in a couple of days when I got this thing all cleared up.”
Come on folks, stop the nonsense!
No disrespect to the Deputy Chief Judge but this is some Kangaroo Court BS!
If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!
Part of the nonsense is the allegation that Judge Malihi issued a subpoena. He didn’t.. It is an ADMINISTRATIVE LAW COURT, which does not have the authority to issue subpoenas. Birthers lie about such things. Now some of them are claiming that the judge already made a decision, that he stated that he would rule for the birthers by default. But that is also false, and the proof of it is that attorneys have until Feb. 5 to file briefs.