Kenya Poll

Discussion in 'Politics' started by LadyEagle, May 30, 2012.

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Do you believe Obama was born in Kenya or the USA?

Poll closed Jun 6, 2012.
  1. Yes, he was born in Kenya.

    10 vote(s)
    41.7%
  2. No, he was born in the USA.

    10 vote(s)
    41.7%
  3. Don't know/don't care.

    4 vote(s)
    16.7%
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  1. LadyEagle

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    Do you believe Obama was born in Kenya or the USA?

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  2. SolaSaint

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    I believe he was probably born in Kenya but it won't make a hill of beans difference. The left loving media has the ability to hide what is true and make the right look silly. :BangHead:
     
  3. righteousdude2

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    I Voted Yes, and here's why....

    ....I don't know for sure, but your choices didn't allow for this answer. However, it is highly likely that we have a "solve in sheeps clothing" living in the White House.
     
  4. OldRegular

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    We don't want a race war in this country, at least I don't, so let it alone.
     
  5. LadyEagle

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    Well, OldReg, if we end up having a race war in this country, it surely won't be because of my poll. Besides, the votes are private and no one can see the totals unless they vote in the poll. I will tell you the reason why I posted this poll later, in a few days.....
     
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    It would be interesting if Obama was kicked out because of his Kenyan birth. I wonder who would start the race war?
     
  7. matt wade

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    There's two "reverends" that I know would be at the head of the line.
     
  8. righteousdude2

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    Are they both nationally known...

    ...ambulance chasing, pastors???? :thumbs:
     
  9. LadyEagle

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    I can think of 3, including Jeremiah Wright.....
     
  10. poncho

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    Place of birth doesn't matter so much LE. To be an article II natural born citizen one has to have been born to two US citizen parents.

    Obama was not.

    Does it matter? Only if you still believe in the rule of law.
     
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    Show me, in law, where the definition of a natural born citizen is.
     
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  13. poncho

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    The "birthers" should have never had to be on this errand in the first place. Our "watchdog" media should have been un-covering it from the get go. Why haven't they? Because they love democrats? Puleeze!

    They love their jobs.

    Who is it that is more obsessed and hysterical about the eligibility issue – the so-called “birthers” or the media?

    What is it that about a different viewpoint on constitutional requirements for president that turns normally mild-mannered TV journalists like Wolf Blitzer into angry, vein-bulging, red-faced zealots in defense of conventional wisdom?

    What is it that prompts establishment news people to ridicule, demean and castigate anyone who dares to connect the dots of Barack Obama’s history of telling different stories about his past, hiding documents and, under pressure, offering up fraudulent records to bolster a crumbling narrative?

    I’d say it’s a desperate bid for survival in an era when gatekeepers can no longer control what Americans think.

    Most of these people are not dumb enough to believe Obama isn’t concealing some deep, dark secrets about his background. Some are, but not most.


    That’s a fact just too obvious for any rational, halfway-informed person to accept.


    No, there’s something very threatening to the media establishment about the eligibility story. It’s simply this: Should the real story ever be told of how Obama hoodwinked Americans into making him president when he wasn’t constitutionally eligible for the job, the finger-pointing and blame-making isn’t going to be limited to the community organizer and his supporters. It’s going to come back to haunt – and, quite possibly, destroy – the careers of those who enabled it all.


    CNN, FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, the New York Times, the Associated Press and all the personalities who make their livings at those news agencies could quite possibly be finished, kaput, looking for new lines of work.


    CONTINUE . . .

    The mainstream media is losing more of it's credibility and it's power to influence public opinion the longer this debate goes on. And if the truth ever does come out?

    Well, I believe we'll all be better off not being told what to think by a handful of giant corporations.
     
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    Does it really matter?
     
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    I don't know where he was born; I just know I did not witness it. And I don't know if the SC has legally defined the constitutional term "natural born citizen." But I would not recommend anyone keep chasing this thing and put yourself in with conspiracy theorists who say Johnson was behind Kennedy's assassination, that we have contact with extraterrestrials, that no one ever walked on the moon.............

    If it is true that Obama was not born in any part of the USA and it was still covered up enough to put him into office 4 years ago, do you think whatever resources that requires are not expounded enough now?
     
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    You mean we haven't had? I was sure all this talk on here about "alien immersions" was proof of it. :)
     
  17. poncho

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    Not really only the little people are held accountable to the law or a million or more laws. It does kind of irk me that one man can openly commit fraud against the United States of America and get away with it while another man can be sent to his death without charge, without trial, without evidence of any kind and still have people ask "does it really matter"?

    No, it doesn't matter at all.
     
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  18. LadyEagle

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    Poll Results:

    Seems we are evenly divided on this topic and I am surprised at the results:

    Results are in and poll is closed:

    Yes, he was born in Kenya. 10 or 41.67%
    No, he was born in the USA. 10 or 41.67%
    Don't know/don't care. 4 or 16.67%

    If this is a sampling of people on the BB, I wonder if this would hold true nationally. Very interesting results. Thanks to all who participated in my experiment.

    LE

    PS: Will leave this thread open for a few days for any additional comments and then close it. Thanks.
     
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