Really?! A man who still has not proven he is a "natural born citizen" and therefore constitutionally eligible for the presidency and who released a definitively fraudulent birth certificate after years of stonewalling? Is that consistent with a fair democratic process? More importantly, we have seen what this "mullah in chief" and promoter of Islam has done not just to our country but our most important ally, Israel.
-- Larry Klayman, Aug. 6 WorldNetDaily column
Generally, I wouldn't put Barack Obama in the same category as Queen Marie Antoinette.
You remember her: the queen of France who famously lost her head – literally – as the French Revolution tore that country apart.
How could she – female, pampered, royal, wealthy, aristocrat – have any comparison to the man who is president of the United States at this pivotal time in history?
I never would have connected them, but the events playing out in Washington and in world politics have made me change my opinion.
I'd not been a scholar of the French Revolution – blame that on gaps in my education – but as time passed, I've learned a lot.
-- Barbara Simpson, Aug. 7 WorldNetDaily column
As I have said before, the happiest man in America must be James Earl Carter. Soon, hopefully as soon as November 2012, he will be replaced by Barack Hussein Obama as the worst president in America's history.
Once again adding to his list of "firsts," Obama will take the mantel of the "worst" from a man who allowed America to be taken hostage and who presided over 16 percent inflation, prompting his famous malaise speech. He was a president America could not get rid of fast enough.
The only other "first" many of us would welcome would be a change of direction by the ideologue known as Barack Obama. That would take a first from Mr. Obama's repertoire: bravery and humility.
-- Craig R. Smith, Aug. 7 WorldNetDaily column