Friday, April 15, 2011

Vox Day: Democrats Doubt Obama’s Eligibility

Blogger Vox Day tries to explain why Democrats are so defensive about questions regarding Obama’s birth certificate.

How else can you explain their opposition to state laws requiring presidential candidates to prove their eligibility?

 

The Arizona Senate has approved a revised bill requiring presidential candidates to prove they are U.S. citizens eligible to run for the office. The bill approved Wednesday gives candidates additional ways to prove they meet the constitutional requirements to be president. It was prompted by the ongoing claim by some that there is no proof President Barack Obama was born in the United States and is therefore ineligible to be president.

Democrats argued the bill exceeds the state's authority and say state officials are not fully qualified to determine the validity of a candidate's documents.

Logic dictates that if Democrats really believed Obama was fully eligible for the office of president, they wouldn't object to laws like this Arizona law. The fact that they are so vehemently opposed to such laws is a strong indication that they harbor the same doubts about him that the so-called birthers do, they're just afraid to admit to them.

Obama's half-hearted announcement of his purported attempt to win a second term as president tends to support my suspicions that he has no intention of being the Democratic nominee next year. I think he's looking for an excuse not to run, just as the Democratic elders are looking for an excuse to run someone else.

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