Skip to comments.PHILIP BERG TO TALK ON MIKE SAVAGE SHOW
Posted on 02/24/2009 3:34:38 PM PST by spiderfern
Philip Berg next on Mike Savage show. CNN discounts any talk about birth certificate.
You said — “CNN discounts any talk about birth certificate.”
Ummm..., they’re not the only ones... I think the courts also “discounts any talk about birth certificate.” :-)
That’s why some of our own conservative media and posters have referred to it as the “Obama Derangement Syndrome”.
Of course, Phil Berg is no stranger to “derangement” by any means, considering that he has a case going, blaming our previous President George Bush as being involved in the 9/11 attack... LOL...
LOL! You guys really are concerned.
Stream here for interview:
Nah..., I just need some humor for the moment... :-)
Say..., talking about humor, and slightly off topic here’s something you’ll laugh at, and it’s good...
Problems Hitler had with his mortgage...
Also, Ballad of Bernie Madoff
You see..., you can laugh at some “problems” in this world, whether it’s the financial meltdown or Obama in office and the crazy ways some people “think” about getting him out of office... :-)
...Bravo, this is great, I love conspiracy theory...
Benedict Arnold was a true war hero, until he became a traitor. People are complex. Police often convict killers on the information from less than pure informants. Our intelligence agencies frequently use shady characters in order to advance the national good.
Yes, we should consider the source, when someone makes a statement. However, Berg is right on this one. We have a right to ask these questions.
The Courts have NEVER ruled that Obama is a Natural Born Citizen. NO Court, ever, has made such a ruling.
Mike doesn’t doubt him. He was amazed to hear about Obama’s college records sealed.
You said — “The Courts have NEVER ruled that Obama is a Natural Born Citizen. NO Court, ever, has made such a ruling.”
Yep, you’re right on that one... And, they are setting the precedent (in practice) that they never will...
It’s — now — up to the legislators to enact *laws* that require specific documentation for a candidate to be on the ballot. This is being done in Oklahoma and Arizona...
You said — “...Bravo, this is great, I love conspiracy theory...”
I absolutely love those conspiracy theories, too. They’re just so much fun... and provide all sorts of humor for me.
Of course, at the same time, I do provide *rational methods* for dealing with the “problems” that “conspiracists” raise — like getting states to enact laws to vet candidates (like Oklahoma and Arizona are doing).
But, even when posting “rational talk” — it’s always fun to venture into “conspiracies” as a pastime....
In Oklahoma, they made the birth certificate mandatory, for proving qualifictions, and it wasn’t just for the President, but for all candidates. The proposed legislation (according to the legislator) was to make sure that whomever is running for office is a citizen of this country. I would imagine, that for lower offices, that the wording of the bill would allow for naturalized citizens, too.
So, it’s not simply directed at Obama, but it’s also directed at *all candidates” for all offices.
Oklahoma also passed a law a year or two ago that caused a mass exodus of illegals out of the state...
House sends sweeping immigration reform bill to governors desk
By Tim Talley — Wednesday, May 2, 2007 5:01 PM CDT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Legislation described as the nations most sweeping attempt to deny jobs and public benefits to illegal immigrants was sent to Gov. Brad Henrys desk Tuesday.
State lawmakers urged Henry to sign the measure into law after it was approved in a bipartisan 84-14 vote by the state House. The bill was approved 41-6 by the Senate last month.
The people of Oklahoma are very strongly for this bill, said House Speaker Lance Cargill, R-Harrah.
Immigrant groups said the bill is a wrong-headed approach to stop illegal immigration and urged Henry to veto it.
Its not going to control immigration. Its going to create a long-term sour view in the Latino community, said Ed Romo, vice president of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
Its targeting the Latinos, the Hispanics, and nobody else, said Ed Madrid, state director of LULAC.
“Oklahoma also passed a law a year or two ago that caused a mass exodus of illegals out of the state...”
Which is probably why it voted so correctly last election.
You said — “Which is probably why it voted so correctly last election.”
Oh, that probably helped increase the margins, to be sure. But, Oklahoma was already very conservative, anyway — or else they would probably have never gotten that law passed in the first place...
I wouldn’t take it away from them, even if they did have a lot of illegals in their midst, in the past...
...Hope I wasn’t infering sarcasm, I take everything seriously these days, one issue at a time.
...Tonight, I’m celebrating, after 6 months not employed, I have a gig...
...Been trying to be reasonable and rational through these times of insanity, just glad to be economically viable again, and have a laugh...
True, it’s good to laugh at trouble and be glad when good fortune comes your way. Good luck on your gig...
It will get out sooner than later. Republicans including Shelby are starting to wake up. Keyes case will probably be the one that goes to SCOTUS.
If by "involved" you mean privy to the actual planning, no.
But one could conclude Bush & Co. were the cops who "looked the other way."
Then as now it remains incongruous that the World Trade Center could get hit twice by hijacked jets with known Islamo-terrorists aboard, as well as the Pentagon (200 miles away from NYC) WITHOUT confrontation by ANY U.S. Air Defense.
Curious that you find yourself as an apologist for 0bama by discrediting Berg's Birth Cert investigation and attributing it to a "Derangement Syndrome" a la Bush; That makes it a "Two-fer" for you.
Will you be bleating much during 0bama's speech this evening?
Perhaps the poster will trat us to one of her fractured bible lessons tonight! [ as in the Good Samaritan ]
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