by January 20, Fri Oct 24, 2008 at 09:40:02 PM EDT
As much as I've enjoyed MyDD, The Motley Moose, other essential blogs, (and a few crazies) throughout this wild & increasingly wonderful election, Oliver Burkeman's Blog at The Guardian has really stood out as reliably sane and entertaining. The following is his latest entry, I recommend you check it out for yourselves: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/oliverbu rkemanblog
The truth about Barack Obama's "trip" to "visit" his "sick""grandmother" in "Hawai'i"
The Mainstream Media has been suppressing this, but when you pay close attention (and read The Corner) there's something pretty suspicious about Barack Obama's decision to visit his allegedly sick alleged grandmother in Hawai'i at this crucial point in the campaign. Think about it: Obama claims to have been born in Hawai'i, as his birth certificate says, and thus it would seem to follow that he might have family there, including an ailing grandmother in her mid-80s, and that he might want to visit her if she were ill. But wouldn't it make much more sense if he was actually a secret Muslim, born elsewhere, who faked his birth certificate, and that he devised the whole grandmother thing as a cover story in order to race to Hawai'i in a panic in order to insert a more convincing fake birth certificate into the state archives, or to intercept Fox News "Obama expert" and Islamophobic anti-Semite Andy Martin, who's currently in Hawai'i, and to stop Martin talking to his grandmother, who might otherwise inadvertently expose the whole "Obama is an American citizen" story as the lie that it is?
I am sure you will agree that this version of events makes much more sense.
Why, Rush Limbaugh, Jerome Corsi and Michael Savage all believe it: what more proof do you want?
And don't forget about the lawsuit filed by Philadelphia attorney Philip Berg earlier this year, claiming that Obama isn't a natural-born citizen and thus isn't eligible to be president. The Obama campaign, evidently shamed by the truth, ignored the lawsuit, which technically means that they have agreed to Berg's claim, according to an unbiased legal interpretation provided by one Philip Berg.
The evidence is hiding in plain sight, people. Hiding in plain sight. Wake up!