Obama says his birthday is tomorrow, Aug. 4.
Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t. I just don’t know. To me, the jury is still out.
Obama says he was born in Hawaii in 1961. Maybe he was. Maybe he wasn’t. I just don’t know. To me, the jury is still out.
Why am I so stubborn on this point?
- The actual evidence is thin, and Obama did everything humanly possible to avoid proving his constitutional eligibility and human authenticity through the first three years of his presidency by producing a legitimate birth certificate.
- Obama and his supporters have a lot of trouble being honest – telling the truth and knowing right from wrong.
I don’t believe a word that has ever come out of the mouth of Barack Obama.
I don’t believe a word he has ever written or was ghostwritten on his behalf.
I don’t believe any of the self-aggrandizement. I don’t believe a word of the hype.
Even if I believed his birthday is tomorrow, I wouldn’t send him a card, I wouldn’t wish him well, and I wouldn’t acknowledge any of his so-called accomplishments. For me, it will take a miracle to undo eight years of damage he inflicted on a great country.
I don’t wish him ill. I just don’t have any respect for him or his ideas. What he has decided to do in his post-presidency is even more contemptible than what he did with the reins of illegitimate power – serving, as he does, as a “shadow president,” intentionally undermining, at every turn, his duly elected successor.
I don’t think you can point to another U.S. president who ever did that.
It’s like he doesn’t know what else to do with himself except for being a national community organizer.
Am I bitter?
I like the United States of America. I like the idea of it. I like the concept – a nation under the rule of law, not the rule of men. I never liked the notion of a “fundamental transformation” of our country. Only someone who hates America could even hatch such a nightmarish thought. And his only notable accomplishment in life was coming very close to carrying it out.
Not from me.
Not this year, not next year nor the year after that.
No regrets from here on challenging everything Obama ever uttered, enacted or planned.
-- Joseph Farah, Aug. 2 WorldNetDaily column