Birthers Are Still Trying to Stop President Obama’s Inauguration
Mostly due to President Obama’s reelection, and the shellacking Republicans took during the 2012 election, we haven’t heard much from the birthers, but that certainly doesn’t mean that they’ve gone away. These dead-enders are still fighting a battle that’s already lost, this time promising to go after Chief Justice John Roberts if he swears in President Obama again.
Wingnut Craige McMillan wrote in an open letter to Roberts at WND that he could be impeached for swearing in President Obama:
Your own oath of office, sworn before God and the American people, requires you to uphold the Constitution. (If not you, then who?) If you now administer the oath of office for the presidency to a man who by his own admission fails to meet the natural born citizen requirement imposed by that Constitution, you have violated your own oath of office and are rightly subject to impeachment by any House of Representatives, at any time, now or in the future.
If you choose the easy course of ignoring our Constitution, it does not change the fact that Mr. Obama is barred by that same Constitution from acting as president. I am sure that if you turn your judicial mind to the ramifications of this fraud, both foreign and domestic, you will understand that the harm you will have done insures your impeachment and eternal dishonor at some point down the road: If not this House of Representatives, then the next, or the next, or the next
There are real issues facing America, but Obama being sworn in isn’t one of them. America is currently in the midst of a jobless recession and an unending drone war, and if Obama detractors could focus on these issues, rather than remaining fixated on things they can’t change, they might actually be of some benefit to their country. As it stands now though, they’re just a nuisance.
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