9 thoughts on “Michele Bachmann: Obama’s Birth Certificate is Legal

  1. Do I have to?

    She still owes my town (Concord, MA) an apology for her post-gaffe insult.

    (“So I misplaced the battles Concord and Lexington by saying they were in New Hampshire. It was my mistake, Massachusetts is where they happened. New Hampshire is where they are still proud of it!”)

  2. And to think, all you needed to do was to trap her in a corner, broadcast live on television, at a time when she desperately wants to look sane to a wide number of Americans. Why didn’t we do it before?

  3. Great – now I have to choose between believing that a) Obama was born in Kenya or b) Michelle Bachmann makes sense.

  4. Michelle Bachman also said today that the Earth is round.

    If it takes her this long to admit obvious and previously proven facts, that the “birther” claims were always a lie, then she’s still an idiot. All of the “birthers” should be aborted.

    Isn’t it interesting how nobody made an issue of John McCain being born in Panama, a fact which is verifiably true? Then again, those who knew he was born there are also aware of
    United States Code 1403 (a), which is why nobody questioned his citizenship. Unlike McCain, Obama was born in the US.

    Speaking of McCain, why haven’t his complete Navy records been released to the public? Unlike the fiction of Obama’s citizenship, this remains a real issue, as does Sarah Palin’s affiliation with the Alaskan Independence Party.

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  5. If it takes her this long to admit obvious and previously proven facts, that the “birther” claims were always a lie, then she’s still an idiot. All of the “birthers” should be aborted.

  6. A suggestion, Greg…

    Instead of a link saying “More on Bachmann”, it should read “Moron Bachmann”.

  7. Tobe specific, she never actually said “I believe that he was born in the USA”, rather she simply said a wishy-washy version of ‘well, if thats what that there letter there says then I guess I beleive’.

  8. Watch it again. She deferred to the courts, but she never said, “I believe Obama is American” or any such. She said innocuous sentences, like, “That should settle it” and “as long as someone introduces it, I guess that’s over”. “As long as”? I am sorry, she needs to be asked, “So do you now believe Obama is American,” or, “when people ask about the President’s birth, you can answer, ‘He is American. I have seen a copy of his authenticated birth certificate’?”

    As it stands, she can still say, “it is up to the county, etc.”, which allows the uninformed to continue believing this lie.

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