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Mark Levin Unloads On The Two Trick Pony Donald Trump And The Birth Certificate Issue
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Posted on 04/13/2011 1:26:12 PM PDT by Rational Thought

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To: Reagan Man

For goodnes sakes you clowns have no idea how to hold your fire. Justshoot wild!

Sigh! He’s not even running yet and you guys rush to to the defense of Obama and your precious image.

Spineless.


51 posted on 04/13/2011 2:40:03 PM PDT by Tempest (I put money ahead of people)
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To: outhousepatrol
.......several posters here seem to hate Trump more that they do Obama.

Would that be DDS, or TDS?

:-)

52 posted on 04/13/2011 2:41:04 PM PDT by Lakeshark (Thank a member of the US armed forces for their sacrifice)
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To: Rational Thought

And here’s what Ben Shapiro has to say about Donald Trump today:

The Magic of Donald Trump
By Ben Shapiro · Wednesday, April 13, 2011
For well over a year, I, along with the rest of the conservative base in America, have lamented the lack of decent possible Republican presidential candidates. Despite the fact that he has run the most incompetent administration in history, President Obama remains a solid bet for re-election in 2012. Obama’s frontrunner status springs from two crucial facts: first, by overexposing himself in the public eye, he has made himself larger than life; second, the Republican field is pathetically weak.
Mitt Romney has about as much charm as a Ziploc bag, and his support for Romneycare in Massachusetts should immediately put him out of the running. Though brilliant, Newt Gingrich is chameleonic and impossible to peg down to principle; therefore, he’s unacceptable to many primary voters. Sarah Palin is polarizing; Haley Barbour bears too strong a resemblance to Deputy Dawg; Mike Huckabee isn’t interested in running, and his religious background makes him a beloved target of the secular press; Tim Pawlenty makes Ben Stein seem colorful.
The Republican field has not been this wide open since ... well, since 2008. Sadly, the intervening three years have not cleared up any questions.
If Republicans were to construct an ideal candidate, he would have to be rich beyond belief — Obama is going to raise $1 billion for his next election campaign, and no Republican candidate has the ability to come close to those numbers without deep pockets. The ideal Republican candidate would have significant name recognition with the general public — no Republican candidate has ever won the presidency without significant name recognition going into the primaries since Warren G. Harding in 1920. The ideal Republican candidate would have stage presence, an intimidation factor, and a willingness to play dirty.
In the last several weeks, that ideal Republican candidate has materialized.
His name is Donald Trump. His slogan is ready-made: “You’re Fired.” He does not give a damn what the media thinks of him — he steamrolled Meredith Vieira during his NBC interview with her last week. He can self-fund to the tune of $1 billion.
And what’s more, he can win.
Pay no attention to the recent polls showing Obama crushing Trump by 20 points in a head-to-head matchup. That disparity is attributable to the public perception that Trump is a loudmouth with no true interest in running. The moment he declares in earnest and gets on the campaign stump, his numbers will rise dramatically.
Trump has across-the-board appeal. His show, “The Apprentice,” routinely draws nearly 9 million viewers per episode. Blue-collar workers identify with Trump’s rough-and-tumble attitude. He even has union support — he’s made a political mint bashing outsourcing, and he recently told Human Events that he has made “many billions of dollars working with the unions,” though he does not disagree that public sector unions bilk taxpayers.
Trump’s image boils down to this: he’s a no-nonsense businessman who is brash enough to take on Obama directly. He’s big enough to stand toe-to-toe with Obama and slug it out.
The biggest question that surrounds Trump of late is his focus on the question of Obama’s birth certificate. Trump has stated routinely and openly that he wonders whether Obama was born in the United States, and he has called on Obama to release his birth certificate. This has earned him the ire and scorn of Obama’s lackeys, who say he has “zero chance” of getting elected.
In reality, the birth certificate issue is specifically geared toward certain political ends for Trump. First, it is obviously calculated to attract the most anti-Obama segment of the conservative base — and it has already succeeded, if primary polling is any indicator. Second, it is designed to force Obama into defending his character — Trump has already suggested that at best, Obama refuses to come clean with the American people. Finally, it shows Obama that if Trump is nominated, the campaign will not be a McCain-style hands-off lovefest. It will be a knockdown drag-out brawl. Trump will stop emphasizing the birth certificate issue, to be sure, but not until he’s milked it for all it is worth.
Is Donald Trump the best Republican candidate for president out there? It would be tough to argue otherwise. He’s got all the makings of a breakout star; he’s got bravado and the cash to back it up. If he really runs, he won’t have any trouble finding supporters. And as he puts it, he is the Obama administration’s “worst nightmare.” So far, who can argue with him?


53 posted on 04/13/2011 2:42:52 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( On the cutting edge)
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To: Rational Thought

And here’s what Ben Shapiro has to say about Donald Trump today:

The Magic of Donald Trump
By Ben Shapiro · Wednesday, April 13, 2011
For well over a year, I, along with the rest of the conservative base in America, have lamented the lack of decent possible Republican presidential candidates. Despite the fact that he has run the most incompetent administration in history, President Obama remains a solid bet for re-election in 2012. Obama’s frontrunner status springs from two crucial facts: first, by overexposing himself in the public eye, he has made himself larger than life; second, the Republican field is pathetically weak.
Mitt Romney has about as much charm as a Ziploc bag, and his support for Romneycare in Massachusetts should immediately put him out of the running. Though brilliant, Newt Gingrich is chameleonic and impossible to peg down to principle; therefore, he’s unacceptable to many primary voters. Sarah Palin is polarizing; Haley Barbour bears too strong a resemblance to Deputy Dawg; Mike Huckabee isn’t interested in running, and his religious background makes him a beloved target of the secular press; Tim Pawlenty makes Ben Stein seem colorful.
The Republican field has not been this wide open since ... well, since 2008. Sadly, the intervening three years have not cleared up any questions.
If Republicans were to construct an ideal candidate, he would have to be rich beyond belief — Obama is going to raise $1 billion for his next election campaign, and no Republican candidate has the ability to come close to those numbers without deep pockets. The ideal Republican candidate would have significant name recognition with the general public — no Republican candidate has ever won the presidency without significant name recognition going into the primaries since Warren G. Harding in 1920. The ideal Republican candidate would have stage presence, an intimidation factor, and a willingness to play dirty.
In the last several weeks, that ideal Republican candidate has materialized.
His name is Donald Trump. His slogan is ready-made: “You’re Fired.” He does not give a damn what the media thinks of him — he steamrolled Meredith Vieira during his NBC interview with her last week. He can self-fund to the tune of $1 billion.
And what’s more, he can win.
Pay no attention to the recent polls showing Obama crushing Trump by 20 points in a head-to-head matchup. That disparity is attributable to the public perception that Trump is a loudmouth with no true interest in running. The moment he declares in earnest and gets on the campaign stump, his numbers will rise dramatically.
Trump has across-the-board appeal. His show, “The Apprentice,” routinely draws nearly 9 million viewers per episode. Blue-collar workers identify with Trump’s rough-and-tumble attitude. He even has union support — he’s made a political mint bashing outsourcing, and he recently told Human Events that he has made “many billions of dollars working with the unions,” though he does not disagree that public sector unions bilk taxpayers.
Trump’s image boils down to this: he’s a no-nonsense businessman who is brash enough to take on Obama directly. He’s big enough to stand toe-to-toe with Obama and slug it out.
The biggest question that surrounds Trump of late is his focus on the question of Obama’s birth certificate. Trump has stated routinely and openly that he wonders whether Obama was born in the United States, and he has called on Obama to release his birth certificate. This has earned him the ire and scorn of Obama’s lackeys, who say he has “zero chance” of getting elected.
In reality, the birth certificate issue is specifically geared toward certain political ends for Trump. First, it is obviously calculated to attract the most anti-Obama segment of the conservative base — and it has already succeeded, if primary polling is any indicator. Second, it is designed to force Obama into defending his character — Trump has already suggested that at best, Obama refuses to come clean with the American people. Finally, it shows Obama that if Trump is nominated, the campaign will not be a McCain-style hands-off lovefest. It will be a knockdown drag-out brawl. Trump will stop emphasizing the birth certificate issue, to be sure, but not until he’s milked it for all it is worth.
Is Donald Trump the best Republican candidate for president out there? It would be tough to argue otherwise. He’s got all the makings of a breakout star; he’s got bravado and the cash to back it up. If he really runs, he won’t have any trouble finding supporters. And as he puts it, he is the Obama administration’s “worst nightmare.” So far, who can argue with him?


54 posted on 04/13/2011 2:43:03 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( On the cutting edge)
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To: Rational Thought

And here’s what Ben Shapiro has to say about Donald Trump today:

The Magic of Donald Trump
By Ben Shapiro · Wednesday, April 13, 2011
For well over a year, I, along with the rest of the conservative base in America, have lamented the lack of decent possible Republican presidential candidates. Despite the fact that he has run the most incompetent administration in history, President Obama remains a solid bet for re-election in 2012. Obama’s frontrunner status springs from two crucial facts: first, by overexposing himself in the public eye, he has made himself larger than life; second, the Republican field is pathetically weak.
Mitt Romney has about as much charm as a Ziploc bag, and his support for Romneycare in Massachusetts should immediately put him out of the running. Though brilliant, Newt Gingrich is chameleonic and impossible to peg down to principle; therefore, he’s unacceptable to many primary voters. Sarah Palin is polarizing; Haley Barbour bears too strong a resemblance to Deputy Dawg; Mike Huckabee isn’t interested in running, and his religious background makes him a beloved target of the secular press; Tim Pawlenty makes Ben Stein seem colorful.
The Republican field has not been this wide open since ... well, since 2008. Sadly, the intervening three years have not cleared up any questions.
If Republicans were to construct an ideal candidate, he would have to be rich beyond belief — Obama is going to raise $1 billion for his next election campaign, and no Republican candidate has the ability to come close to those numbers without deep pockets. The ideal Republican candidate would have significant name recognition with the general public — no Republican candidate has ever won the presidency without significant name recognition going into the primaries since Warren G. Harding in 1920. The ideal Republican candidate would have stage presence, an intimidation factor, and a willingness to play dirty.
In the last several weeks, that ideal Republican candidate has materialized.
His name is Donald Trump. His slogan is ready-made: “You’re Fired.” He does not give a damn what the media thinks of him — he steamrolled Meredith Vieira during his NBC interview with her last week. He can self-fund to the tune of $1 billion.
And what’s more, he can win.
Pay no attention to the recent polls showing Obama crushing Trump by 20 points in a head-to-head matchup. That disparity is attributable to the public perception that Trump is a loudmouth with no true interest in running. The moment he declares in earnest and gets on the campaign stump, his numbers will rise dramatically.
Trump has across-the-board appeal. His show, “The Apprentice,” routinely draws nearly 9 million viewers per episode. Blue-collar workers identify with Trump’s rough-and-tumble attitude. He even has union support — he’s made a political mint bashing outsourcing, and he recently told Human Events that he has made “many billions of dollars working with the unions,” though he does not disagree that public sector unions bilk taxpayers.
Trump’s image boils down to this: he’s a no-nonsense businessman who is brash enough to take on Obama directly. He’s big enough to stand toe-to-toe with Obama and slug it out.
The biggest question that surrounds Trump of late is his focus on the question of Obama’s birth certificate. Trump has stated routinely and openly that he wonders whether Obama was born in the United States, and he has called on Obama to release his birth certificate. This has earned him the ire and scorn of Obama’s lackeys, who say he has “zero chance” of getting elected.
In reality, the birth certificate issue is specifically geared toward certain political ends for Trump. First, it is obviously calculated to attract the most anti-Obama segment of the conservative base — and it has already succeeded, if primary polling is any indicator. Second, it is designed to force Obama into defending his character — Trump has already suggested that at best, Obama refuses to come clean with the American people. Finally, it shows Obama that if Trump is nominated, the campaign will not be a McCain-style hands-off lovefest. It will be a knockdown drag-out brawl. Trump will stop emphasizing the birth certificate issue, to be sure, but not until he’s milked it for all it is worth.
Is Donald Trump the best Republican candidate for president out there? It would be tough to argue otherwise. He’s got all the makings of a breakout star; he’s got bravado and the cash to back it up. If he really runs, he won’t have any trouble finding supporters. And as he puts it, he is the Obama administration’s “worst nightmare.” So far, who can argue with him?


55 posted on 04/13/2011 2:43:15 PM PDT by Paperdoll ( On the cutting edge)
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To: Rational Thought

I don’t agree with Levin on the birther issue, but his criticism of Trump’s appearing on a Comedy Central roast was spot on. The event was foul, Trump had no business being there and instead of walking out in disgust, he just sat there laughing after the most vile epithets were tossed around at him and each other by nearly all parties involved. I can’t picture any of the other Republican candidates getting roped into such an appearance. Whatever their other weaknesses, at least they appear to have a little more intestinal fortitude than Trump does to stand up to the appalling erosion of cultural values promoted by the Hollywood left (it’s a fair bet that none of the participants in Trump’s roast ever have or will vote Republican). If 1=G-rated and 10=X-rated, this show had to be at least an 8 or 9. Not exactly a show Trump should have been proud to have his wife or kids see him on.


56 posted on 04/13/2011 2:45:50 PM PDT by DrC
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To: Rational Thought
There are ventriloquists behind every one of ‘em (merchants, free traitors, government employees, government-dependent corporates, social lefties). Here's what they really want silenced, and every politician except Trump has shown himself/herself to be working for them.

Donald Trump Just on Fox News: Bring on the Trade War with China
http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2624420/posts

Donald Trump Says He Would Threaten to Tax China 25%
http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2698460/posts

Donald Trump: Chinese ‘Looking to Strip Us of Everything’
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2666755/posts

57 posted on 04/13/2011 2:46:33 PM PDT by familyop ("Don't worry, they'll row for a month before they figure out I'm fakin' it." --Deacon, "Waterworld")
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To: Tempest

What a lunatic reply.

Anyone who comes on FR defending a liberal like Trump on any level, is not only NOT a conservative, but he/she doesn’t have an iota of brains in their head.


58 posted on 04/13/2011 2:49:34 PM PDT by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: not2worry

Great post.


59 posted on 04/13/2011 2:49:41 PM PDT by jersey117
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To: fightinJAG
For others it is also appalling to discover that there is no public process for determining, challenging and remedying eligibility issues. This must be fixed.

Unless, perhaps, the Founders put "natural born" in the Constitution, which, at that time, was blatantly obvious to everyone, and they never assumed that when a two-party system developed that one party would completely forgo the vetting of their candidate to the point of allowing him to seal all records of his entire life, and then this mysterious person would actually be elected because almost all of the U.S. press wanted him elected because of his party affiliation.

I'm wondering if they did spoon-feed us the solution, it's just been lost by a pc commu-muzzie crowd who led just enough sheeple to the voting booth.
60 posted on 04/13/2011 2:51:10 PM PDT by PieterCasparzen (Huguenot)
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To: Rational Thought

I hate to say this but Levin has lost some of my respect. How credible is he when he can not acknowledge that the eligibility issue is very important. I will vote for Trump before I would vote for Romney or Newt.


61 posted on 04/13/2011 2:54:41 PM PDT by NJBushcountry
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To: Reagan Man

It’s not like we have a great selection of true conservatives to choose from. I like Sarah as much as the next guy but she only pulls in the conservatives. And maybe not even a hundred percent of them.


62 posted on 04/13/2011 2:55:03 PM PDT by jersey117
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To: jersey117

The way its going, 2012 is gonna turn out worse than 2008.

Bottom line. Trump is not the answer, jersey117.


63 posted on 04/13/2011 2:57:05 PM PDT by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: missnry; holdonnow
Mr. Levin, I like you and respect you and all, but the only evidence proffered by the 0bama people is a falsified short-form certification and a newspaper clipping that proves absolutely nothing.

How many other Hawaii birth certificates (or COLBs) used the word “African” for either parent back in 1961?

0bama has shown exactly nothing that proves where he was born. I'm not saying he was born in Kenya, I don't know where he was born. I am saying that he needs to cough up some legitimate proof and show some of the transparency he promised by releasing all of his school and passport records as well. For a guy that sought out the Marxist professors, I'd think his thesis papers might be worth a read.

64 posted on 04/13/2011 2:58:57 PM PDT by Two Kids' Dad ((((( a COLB has 13 items of info, a REAL birth certificate has 36 items of info. I want all 36 )))))
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To: Will88
a Levin ego eruption, a condition from which he suffers periodically,

This is why I prefer to read Levin, rather than listen to him. As with Michael Savage, his screaming is an instant channel changer.

65 posted on 04/13/2011 3:04:05 PM PDT by giotto
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To: Reagan Man

That’s just it. If it’s going to be worse than ‘08 at least let’s try to get a true American who loves this country in there. It’s got to be better than giving obama a second term to finish us off.


66 posted on 04/13/2011 3:08:24 PM PDT by jersey117
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To: Reagan Man

Why shoot at Trump when he’s firing at your enemy? Why? Pretty ridiculously stupid if you ask me. And perhaps the main reason why Republicans will lose, because you don’t even understand what you’re doing.


67 posted on 04/13/2011 3:11:17 PM PDT by Tempest (I put money ahead of people)
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To: Will88

I agree that Levin is miffed that The Donald won’t come on his show, even though he (Levin) says he doesn’t care. It’s similar to the pique Mike Savage often displays.


68 posted on 04/13/2011 3:13:13 PM PDT by luvbach1 (Stop Barry now. He can't help himself.)
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To: missnry

I don’t understand why 0bummer’s “natural born” status is taboo to so many prominent conservatives.


69 posted on 04/13/2011 3:14:56 PM PDT by luvbach1 (Stop Barry now. He can't help himself.)
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To: Reagan Man

Most definitely.


70 posted on 04/13/2011 3:20:36 PM PDT by EternalVigilance (Illinois, and America, had a choice: Alan Keyes or an ObamaNation. They chose poorly.)
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To: Tempest

Thought I made myself perfectly clear. FR does not exist to defend liberals.

I’d like to see things from your point of view but I can’t seem to get my head that far up my ass.


71 posted on 04/13/2011 3:21:25 PM PDT by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: Reagan Man
At this point Trump is a stalking pony. That is OK with me.
72 posted on 04/13/2011 3:23:27 PM PDT by mad_as_he$$
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To: GrandJediMasterYoda

I guess the question I have is this: I cannot imagine Hillary and Bill knowing this, and not going after him during the primaries. They could have wiped the floor with this. Why wouldn’t they have released the information.?


73 posted on 04/13/2011 3:25:16 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (How long before the Mall becomes Tahifir Sq?)
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To: nikos1121

It is up to the States to determine the eligibility of the candidate.

Is there a state that requires proof other than an oath? Or a notarized document?


74 posted on 04/13/2011 3:27:03 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (How long before the Mall becomes Tahifir Sq?)
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To: missnry

Exactly. And what about his pediatrician? Immunization records?


75 posted on 04/13/2011 3:27:45 PM PDT by jerseyrocks
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To: CodeToad

I think if you want to see how liberal or conservative folks are, you have to list out the issues and rate them issue by issue.

The problem comes when you have someone who is fiscally conservative, strong in military matters and yet they are libertarian on a bevy of social issues.

Very few folks are straight down the line conservatives.


76 posted on 04/13/2011 3:29:43 PM PDT by Vermont Lt (How long before the Mall becomes Tahifir Sq?)
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To: DTogo

Obama is in a no win situation with this issue. If he does have a BC he will be criticized for just not showing it, if he doesn’t have a BC well we all know what will happen then. Trump has put this clown in a box.


77 posted on 04/13/2011 3:31:55 PM PDT by jerseyrocks
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To: Prokopton
I guess you're just going to have to get ready for another "liberal" president then.

Shame. Guess we'll miss out on McCain II.

78 posted on 04/13/2011 3:46:48 PM PDT by CommieCutter (Promote Liberal Extinction: Support gay marriage and abortion!)
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To: Reagan Man

Only ONE person in America had the guts to say they hoped Obama failed. Rush! Only ONE person in America had the guts to question Obama’s eligibility to be President! Trump! Nuff said to all you spineless RINO worms! No one ever said you gutless vermin had to vote for Trump. Do whatever the hell you want but don’t criticize the ONE guy willing to kick Obama in his vagina!


79 posted on 04/13/2011 4:19:18 PM PDT by Doc Savage ("I've shot people I like a lot more,...for a lot less!" Raylan Givins)
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To: Vermont Lt

I am a straight up conservative on every issue. Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I would vote for someone like Trump. If the choice is a second term of Obama or Trump it seems like a no-brainer. Who is going to save the day? Pawlenty? Gingrich? Huckabee? At least Trump has a fighting spirit - something the establishment Republicans sorely lack. Just look at them, they won the House and are still acting like obama’s lackeys. Look at the Senate - they all just want to get along. The most conservative possibility is Sarah and the establishment is not supporting her. She will end up having to defend herself against the rats AND the GOP. Who else is willing to call obama out on his BC, his policies, and as an added bonus - Rezko? I’ll take a fighter over a wimpy republican any day. I’ve had enough of those.


80 posted on 04/13/2011 4:20:46 PM PDT by jersey117
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To: luvbach1
I don’t understand why 0bummer’s “natural born” status is taboo to so many prominent conservatives.

I don't think it's taboo so much as that conservatives know if they pursue the issue they will be labeled as kooks by the MSM. Trump just has something that allows him to outfox them.

But it's pathetic that some conservatives have actually joined with the MSM to label as kooks those who do question Obama's eligibility.

81 posted on 04/13/2011 4:29:06 PM PDT by Will88
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To: Rational Thought; holdonnow

Has anyone pinged Mark?


82 posted on 04/13/2011 4:30:20 PM PDT by fanfan (Why did they bury Barry's past?)
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To: nhwingut

I usually like Mark Levin but he is way off base on this one. Trump is doing the world a favor by bringing this issue to the forefront. He is giving it some credibility. I have no clue whether Trump will really run for President but I do find it curious that all of our GOP elites are so upset at the thought of it. They have no problem with the old RINO retreads running but God forbid Trump runs. They are all afraid of him. He can’t be controlled and he may not tow the party line. I’m starting to like that idea.


83 posted on 04/13/2011 4:44:04 PM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose of a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: Doc Savage

You Trumpsters are really upset that conservatives like me are dumping on this liberal lout. LOL Too f’ing bad!

Don’t know what makes you Trumpsters so stupid, but it’s really working.


84 posted on 04/13/2011 4:49:51 PM PDT by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: Reagan Man

I don’t know, your chin has pretty much disappeared at this point....


85 posted on 04/13/2011 4:59:16 PM PDT by Tempest (I put money ahead of people)
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To: GrandJediMasterYoda

The goal of chasing down the “birther” truth isn’t GET OMOSLEM THROWN FROM OFFICE.

The goal(s) are exposing anything/everything we can about Omoslem’s fraud, and Democrats’ fraud.

Uncovering major deception by Oherpes, and showing the population that he’s committed plain old-fashioned FRAUD, is the goal. OR, exposing whatever he wants to keep hidden on that Birth Certificate.

If he then gets thrown out, that’s icing on the cake, but it’s not the driving force. If Orectalcancer spends $2 million keeping something hidden, that’s reason enough to expose it.

Levin leaping to “Hey 0bama won’t ever get thrown out,” is an absurd red herring, and I’m surprised he took that angle.


86 posted on 04/13/2011 5:00:51 PM PDT by LyinLibs
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To: Rational Thought
Thank you Mark Levin. Some rational thought here. Wish it would seep in to FR.
87 posted on 04/13/2011 5:02:49 PM PDT by ejdrapes (Run Michele Run! Birthers and Palin KADs need not apply.)
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To: AnyStreetFL

I love Rush, listen everyday. I have a feeling this will be a softball interview compared to what Levin would do. We’ll see.


88 posted on 04/13/2011 5:03:10 PM PDT by Indy Pendance
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To: Indy Pendance
I love Rush, listen everyday. I have a feeling this will be a softball interview compared to what Levin would do. We’ll see.

You may be correct, considering Rush and Trump are friends and neighbors and that was the case since NYC.
89 posted on 04/13/2011 5:08:37 PM PDT by AnyStreetFL (www.AnyStreet.org - Conservative Community Organizing, ACORN without the evil)
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To: outhousepatrol

I don’t hate Trump, he’s just not a conservative. If he’s the nominee, I’ll vote, because Obama is not an option. Trump isn’t my first choice. No credible conservative who can win is tossing their hat in the mix. Paul Ryan would be my pick, but, he’s needed where he is right now. Michelle Bachamann is exploring, but seriously, she doesn’t have a chance. I’d love to see her, but the climate won’t elect her.


90 posted on 04/13/2011 5:10:27 PM PDT by Indy Pendance
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To: Rational Thought
I'm usually on Levins train and I think the birther issue is going to end up nowhere but any candidate for POTUS should have to prove he is eligible. But then again I actually think that voters should be citizens and have to prove that before they are eligible to vote in national elections. And even then they should have to show ID before entering the voting booth.

I think Mark would agree with me on that so I don't see why he would disagree with potential POTUS' having to prove they are natural born citizens.

91 posted on 04/13/2011 5:18:10 PM PDT by jwalsh07
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To: Indy Pendance

Trump isn’t my tenth choice but I’d gladly vote for him over Obama.


92 posted on 04/13/2011 5:20:03 PM PDT by jwalsh07
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To: jwalsh07

I’m in the district next to his, and he’s on our local talk show circuit regularly. (Milwaukee market) He’s running radio ads for his townhall meetings. He’s not afraid. His downfall is he cares about his family more than the country. He want’s his family time. I feel for that, but if we continue on this path, his family time will be compromised under the current system.

My trouble is, if he loves his family that much, and with his talents, he NEEDS to run. It’s not an option. Granted, he’s vital in the budget debate, but he’s got the ability to bigger things.


93 posted on 04/13/2011 5:28:44 PM PDT by Indy Pendance
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To: Reagan Man; holdonnow
I agree with Levin. Trump is not the real deal.

Same here. I refuse to jump on the Trump bandwagon.

94 posted on 04/13/2011 5:36:57 PM PDT by Jean S
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To: Rational Thought
First question to Mark Levin: “Do you or do you not have private investigators with EVIDENCE disclaiming Barry's life story?”

It's a yes or no question.

No? Then...

Lay off The Donald you big jerk!

Really? Is Levin that INCOMPETENT to not understand that Donald Trump has..... RESOURCES.

Mr. Levin, Ahem... think about it logically.... Donald Trump has street smarts and he has his ducks in a row in regards to Barry issues of fraud along the way.

Use the brain that God gave you and respect that The Donald has the RESOURCES to uncover what needs to be uncovered. The Donald wouldn't be throwing daggers at Barry and the Media if he didn't have the goods to back it up. At a minimum, at least use common sense and ignore the issue which you obviously don't have the resources to investigate, unlike Donald “All American” Trump.

95 posted on 04/13/2011 5:43:22 PM PDT by train
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To: train

Lay off The Donald you big jerk!

Mark has been a freeper a hell of a lot longer than you have. You lay off!

96 posted on 04/13/2011 5:46:41 PM PDT by Jean S
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To: Jean S

97 posted on 04/13/2011 5:50:25 PM PDT by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: Rational Thought

Sometimes Levin hits it on the head. But right now Levin should just stay out of this. Levin is a fool on this. While it is good for Trump to talk this issue and even run, I don’t think he should win.


98 posted on 04/13/2011 5:51:06 PM PDT by Mozilla
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To: LyinLibs

Does Barry have herpes? If he does, probably common knowledge among those in his inner circle. Barry does have a checkered past in regards to no past he’s willing to share.

When you refer to Barry as Oherpes it implies that it’s common knowledge that he has herpes. No?


99 posted on 04/13/2011 5:53:28 PM PDT by train
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To: train; holdonnow

Direct your rants to Mark personally if you dare. His name here is holdonnow.


100 posted on 04/13/2011 5:54:32 PM PDT by Jean S
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