Thursday, April 28, 2011

On Birthers and South Park

New rule.

I am no longer allowed to look at things or people on the internet that I know will piss me off.

Case in point, all this "birther" stuff.

I am not really one to post toooo much on political stuff. I don't find it overly interesting or fun. Plus it is so polarizing and no one ever ever ever changes anyone else's mind.

But I feel like bitching so bitch I will.

According to CNN, before Obama released his birth certificate 1 in fricking 4 people believed that he was not born in the U.S.

One in four.


Despite him releasing the shorter court issued birth record used for passports, despite newspaper announcements, despite people and public figures in Hawaii vowing for him verifying his birth place 1 in 4 fricking people thought there was a vast conspiracy covering up Obama's true birth place.

Even now after releasing the longer birth certificate I have read a whole mess of people on facebook posting about how it must be a fake.

Really?? Reeeeeeally? *Really*? (Imagine me with a disbelieving, sad, I am disappointed face.)

It makes my head hurt to think that people actually think these sorts of things.

I guess the South Park guys are right. 1 in 4 people are retarded.

p.s. spell check wanted me to change "passort" to "assport" and this made me laugh.

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