Obama mentions his citizenship at prayer breakfast

February 4, 2010 at 1:58 PM h/t John Charlton

Obama’s speech at the prayer breakfast this morning is a sinister speech:

“…civility is not a sign of weakness, now I am the first to confess I am not always right, Michelle will testify to that [audience laughs], but surely you can question my policies without questioning my faith, ….[dramatic pause for feigned sincerity]…..or for that matter my citizenship…[audience laughs and claps]… challenging each others ideas can renew our democracy, but when we challenge each others motives, it becomes harder to see what we hold in common, we forget that we share, at some deep level, the same dreams, even when we don’t share the same plans on how to fulfill them…”

Now why is Obama bringing up his citizenship?  To denigrate the birthers, of course.   I wonder if this has anything to do with Orly Taitz filing her Quo Warranto in DC a few days ago?


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2 Responses to “Obama mentions his citizenship at prayer breakfast”

  1. Daniel Says:

    Everyone in the country is laughing at Orly and the Birthers… why shouldn’t the President?

  2. politicaldoc Says:

    Let’s see who gets the last laugh. Obama seems more angry now that the honeymoon is over–no more “Obamastore” at Union Station. And dear Obama, constitutional lawyer that he is, knows he is not a natural born citizen. He is trying to throw that red herring of “citizenship” to try to confuse his not so adoring public.

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