Saturday, July 25, 2009

Lou Dobbs Accused of Racism

Lou Dobbs is now being attacked for asking the same question: Where’s the birth certificate?

WND reports that J. Richard Cohen, chief of the left-leaning Southern Poverty Law Center wrote a letter to CNN suggesting, "Respectable news organizations should not employ reporters willing to peddle racist conspiracy theories and false propaganda. It's time for CNN to remove Mr. Dobbs from the airwaves."

Mr. Cohen sounds like Harvard Professor Henry Gates, who this week accused Cambridge Police of racism. Like Officer Crowley, Mr. Dobbs is only doing his job. Alleging racism only suggests that something is amiss in the Obama excuses.

As I explained here, it’s hard to imagine Obama’s reluctance to prove his birth. I had to present my birth certificate when I joined the Marine Corps and LAPD so why shouldn’t Obama be forced to prove his place of birth to serve as our Commander in Chief?

The report said Klein wrote that CNN researchers found Hawaiian records were discarded in 2001 when the state's records system went electronic. Therefore, the report said, Obama's original long-form birth certificate no longer exists, and a computer-generated abbreviated version that has been promoted on the
Internet is the official record.
That still doesn’t explain why this Hawaiian certificate is so much different from Obama’s. Questions about Obama’s forged birth notice raise additional questions, as do his admitted travels to Indonesia and Pakistan without a US Passport.

Like me, my children had dual citizenship, but when we traveled outside of the US as children we all had US Passports. Applications for those passports would corroborate birth information and might also explain how he could afford travel to those countries and why.

Why is it easier for Obama to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal costs to block the release of his birth records what posting it is as easy as posting my own. These aren’t racist questions – these are American questions.

What is Obama afraid of? Where’s the birth certificate?

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