Exactly Who Vets A Presidential Candidate ?
Bo 2011/04/20 04:21:13
With all the questions about the Obama eligibility and a veto by Jan Brewer on a bill that required proof exactly who is the responsible party for vetting a candidate ? Is the political parties policing their own rodeo ? If they are there is some definite problems with this. But apparently no one is........ case in point.
It was not the Supreme Court that vetted Obama, not the state courts, not the election commissions, not the attorneys general, not the legislature, not the DNC and not the Hawaii Office of Vital Statistics. Just who did vet Barack Obama? You guessed it, the internet!
The document Obama and the DNC offered which is now alleged to be fraudulent was posted only to the internet. The Daily Kos may be the high holy blog spot for space mountain type ego-centric wordsmithing, foul language and liberal blather but it is not the Supreme Court. Snopes and Factcheck are pretty close neighbors to the Kos. Regardless of who owns these sites they are merely more of the same; the internet!
When the msm, the DNC or anyone else tries to portray the Obama documentation activists as a group of conspiracy enthusiasts limited to the undisciplined ravings of the internet it is truly the pot calling the kettle black.
Nothing significant about Obama's past has ever gone beyond the internet. Should he or his ka-zillion swaggering adorers be surprised that some Americans are now asking for much more than that? Haven't they noticed that those who are now raising the question of Obama's eligibility are only reporting on the internet they are not asking the internet to settle the issue. That's more than we've gotten so far!
I am not a legal expert or well versed constitutionalist but I'm certain that the vetting of presidential candidates was never assigned by any law of this land to the internet. It was Barack Obama who showed his documents to the world on a medium that shows countless hours of videos where people try to jump off buildings on to a watermelon or swallow rubber ducky's to entertain the blithering. Should we take them seriously, should we take him seriously?
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