Thursday, December 04, 2008

Knowing When to Stop.

I ignored this crap when it was being spouted over at No Quarter during the election as it simply too stupid to be taken seriously:

An anti-tax activist from upstate New York who is questioning whether President-elect Barack Obama is a "natural born citizen" eligible for the nation's top job said Tuesday that his non-profit group spent "tens of thousands of dollars" to get his message across in ads in the Chicago Tribune this week.

Robert L. Schulz, 69, chairman of We The People Foundation, took out ads Monday and Wednesday to raise questions about whether Obama's Hawaii certificate of live birth is authentic.

The ads echo accusations circulated online by some Obama opponents before
the election. Cases challenging Obama's citizenship have been tossed out of courts in several states, and Hawaiian officials have vouched for the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate, which is locked in a state vault. The Obama campaign likewise has always dismissed the accusations.

Nevertheless, some critics remain dubious.
I imagined that all this nonsense would end when the election did and am amazed to find that some are still hitting this same boring drum.

When will these nutcases simply accept that the election is over and that Barack Obama won it?

And don't they think someone checked whether or not he was an American citizen before he was allowed to run for office?

There are simply no limits to some people's stupidity.

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