Monday, March 28, 2011

More Birth Certificate Questions!

The controversy over pretend Presidential candidate Donald Trump's eligibility for the office only heated up today with the release of his supposed "birth certificate." First of all, Trump released this document only to Newsmax.  Was he unable to find the offices of the New York Times, or any other reputable news organization? Second of all, the document states right on its face that it was issued by The Jamaica Hospital.  Jamaica, as is well known, is not part of the United States.  It is an independent nation in the Caribbean. Actually it has only been independent since 1962, so at the time of Donald Trump's supposed birth, it was still a British colony.  Now, I'm sure that Trump is going to say that he was born in Jamaica, Queens, not the island of Jamaica.  So, um, where does it say that on the birth certificate? Answer: it doesn't. (The Obama birth certificate, by the way, clearly states that it was issued by the State of Hawaii, USA, not some other Hawaii.)

Third, there are serious questions about the wording of this document. The birth certificate that was released by the Obama campaign about three years ago has been questioned because it does not actually use the words "birth certificate."  Instead it says "certification of live birth," not "birth certificate."  So it must be important that the word "birth" comes before certificate.  If the word "birth" comes AFTER the word "certificate," then there must be some question about the genuineness of the document. By this standard, the document released by Trump is obviously a phony. It too doesn't say "birth certificate." It says "certificate of birth."

Obviously, Trump is only calling in to TV shows and such, telling lies about Obama's birth certificate to distract attention from the startling revelation that Trump himself may have been born in a British colony!

Who is this guy trying to fool? Perhaps immigration authorities should be notified. We need to look deeper into Donald Trump's status.

4 comments:

  1. If we thought 2008 was bad, 2012 is going to be horrible. I don't know if I can take this for the next 20 months :-)

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  2. I real hope one of these retreads and blowhards runs for president, not because they have a chance of winning but because I like to see the train wreck that they will cause.

    Faux News Candidates:
    former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin ”The I graduated Early”,
    former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga. “The I Love The Interns”,
    former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee “The Huckster Reverend”,
    former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa. “The I Love the Gays”,
    former UN Ambassador John Bolton “The I Love The War ”

    I Finance Myself:
    real estate celebrity developer & 1999 US Prez. Candidate, Donald Trump, “I took my Casino into Bankruptcy, just imagine where I can Take the US”
    former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney “The Flip-Flopping Fudger”,
    former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush “The I Am Not My “Dumb Ass” Brother”,

    Employed Long Shots:
    Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn. “The History, I Don’t Need No Stink’n History”,
    Mississippi Gov./ former tobacco lobbyist, Haley Barbour “The last White Hope”

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  3. This is entirely too funny.

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  4. Right when things get serious you make me laugh. Thanks!

    PS ... laughing about Trump not the NY Times as a reputable news organization :-)

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