Saturday, May 5, 2012

Something in the water?

There may not be enough tin foil in the world to cover the heads of all of the crazy Republican candidates running in North Carolina.

The News and Observer explains
Long after the controversy over President Obama’s birthplace seemed settled, some Republican congressional candidates in North Carolina have brought new attention to the issue as they seek advantages in hard-fought primary races.

Richard Hudson, considered a leading Republican candidate in the race to unseat Democratic U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell in the 8th Congressional District, told a Tea Party group in Rowan County recently that “there’s no question President Obama is hiding something on his citizenship.”

Dr. John Whitley, one of Hudson’s opponents in Tuesday’s primary, declared Obama’s birth certificate a “poorly reproduced forgery” after comparing it to the Hawaiian birth certificate of one of his campaign workers.
The article goes on to list George Hutchins and Ilario Pantano as fellow birthers.

Whether these folks are really this crazy or just pandering to the crazy elements in their party, birtherism should be disqualifying in the minds of sensible voters.

No comments: