by Woodbury Bulletin
September 14, 2012 at 5:12 am in Woodbury Bulletin
Jim Grinols subscribes to Ronald Reagan’s motto: trust but verify. Continue Reading
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This is bizarre.
Welcome to the information age, where people get all sorts of hare-brained ideas and follow ancient (read: Reagan) slogans as part of some strange personal ethos. This gets batted around and amplified in the echo chamber that is the right-wing blogosphere.
Then these same folks turn around and get all sorts of attention because the media feels the need to either fill a slow news cycle, or provide some “balance” to the news, which, since there are basically moderate conservatives and ultra-conservatives anymore, mean that ultra conservative nuts get their 15 minutes.
Funny that those two candidates are tasting a little of their own medicine, for sure, but it’s still strange and inappropriate to give credence to these nutjobs.
Whacko world. Get the net!
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I honestly do not know what the issue is ……. IT IS A REQUIREMENT OF THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THE USA that the person be born in the USA. There is NO proof OTHER than an official [raised seal] BIRTH CERTIFICATE. I could not even register my children for school WITHOUT PRODUCING A BIRTH CERTIFICATE. Try to get a Passport without a birth certificate !!! It has nothing to do with the “birther” people, it is a REQUIREMENT OF THE JOB.
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It is not radical to ask all candidates for their official, birth certificate with raised seal. This citizen is doing his duty as an elector for the Republican Party of Minnesota, to certify that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan meet the requirements of the Presidency, and Vice Presidency.
I think it is radical, to NOT want them to show their birth certificates.
Every elector , of every party, should do this for their candidates. It’s so plain and simple.
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WHOA! WHOA! WHOA! What in the hell is going on here? They dare ask a wealthy White Man from a wealthy background to prove that he’s anything but 100% American….And this from someone in the Republican party……This has to be a liberal plant somehow. Otherwise who’d ever consider such an outrage….A white wealthy American…..How low can they go? A sad sad day for the American way when a wealthy whit man can be treated like a mere common peasant……Lordy, Lordy, Lordy…..
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