Why Obama is not first ‘imposter’ president and won’t be the last
COMMENT: CNN and their “experts” try to spin widespread questions about the President’s eligibility to hold office by attempting to lump the issue in as a sore-loser phenomenon that has plagued many presidents in the past. Indeed there have been bad presidents. But which of those ‘drunk,’ ‘rich daddy’s boy’ or ‘spoiled-election’ presidents is believed to violate the Constitution’s eligibility clause requiring that Presidents be over the age of 35 and be natural born? The fact that this heavily-spun report has been published demonstrates that the ‘birther’ issue, along with revelations about Obama’s real name ‘Barry Soetoro’ and information about his ties to intelligence, are posing a problem for the failing president– who may in fact prove to be an “imposter” and “usurper” to boot.
RELATED: CNN’s bad news for Obama: 6 of 10 doubt U.S. birth story
RELATED: Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama’s Political Dynasty Crashes And Burns
RELATED: President Obama’s real name “Barry Soetoro” tops Google Trends
August 9, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
One American president’s legitimacy was questioned because he was accused of wearing women’s underwear.
Another’s qualifications were questioned because he got drunk at an inaugural ball.
A third president didn’t belong in office because critics said his rich daddy stole the election.
A recent CNN poll revealed that one out of four Americans doubt that President Obama is a citizen. Many are “birthers” who believe he is an illegitimate president because he wasn’t born in this country.