I don’t know why Republicans in Arizona or Congress refuse to confront the Obama birth eligibility issue when none other than Michelle Obama had declared in a public speech in 2008 that the Punk was born in Kenya.
Now that the Arizona Senate has backed off from voting on the “birther” bill because of a lack of support from some of its GOP members, after the bill’s been approved by the Arizona House, our hope that the Punk will be found to be an imposter is dashed for now. All is not lost, for it takes the legislature of just one state out of the 50 with the courage and integrity to pass a bill requiring 2012 presidential candidates to prove their birth eligibility.
Keep the faith, friends!
Associated Press – April 29, 2010
With lawmakers working toward adjournment of their annual session, the sponsor of the bill used to resurrect the proposal says it won’t get a Senate vote because some fellow Republicans don’t support it.
The House narrowly approved the measure last week.
The bill is an outgrowth over some Obama critics’ doubts over whether he was born in the United States. Hawaii officials have repeatedly confirmed Obama’s citizenship, and his Hawaiian birth certificate has been made public, along with newspaper birth notices.