Whatever you think of my impressions, you can't blame them on the MSNBC,
CBS, or ABC. I don't watch any news on TV.
Sarah Palin thinks Obama was hiding something on his birth certificate.
Donald Trump is a full blown birther. Most top Republicans refused to say
one way or another.
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 10:23 AM, rick baird<rick.baird@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
We have One (1) (single) (lone) potential republican presidential
candidate talking about it, and that's the only issue he's talking
about because no one wants to talk about anything else with him.
No one else in the GOP field wants to talk about birtherism, but
that's ALWAYS the first question the press asks them, every time they
But, clearly that's not the impression the average citizen (you, for
instance) is getting.
I wonder why?
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Michael<michael2938@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yeah, well when you have top potential Republican presidential candidatesto
continually talking about it and making it an issue, of course it's going
get press coverage.media
If the top GOP candidates would stop acting like clowns about it, the
wouldn't have anything to cover.wrote:
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 10:08 AM, rick baird<rick.baird@xxxxxxxxx>
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