I have to admit, I do not understand why the Dear Leader, President Obama, found it necessary at the National Prayer Breakfast to use this punchline:
"You can question my policies without questioning my faith. Or my citizenship."
So, the Dear Leader, President Obama, figures that using the so-called Birthers, those that believe he was not born in Honolulu, Hawai'i but in Kenya, as a punchline would get religious leaders rolling in the aisles. Well, it fell flat. Barely a guffaw was heard.
Gateway Pundit noticed how strange this was as well.
Having watched the speech, being subjected to it on the eeevvviiilll, right-wing Fox News Channel, it was rather flat and not inspiring at all.
And I have noticed that a lot from the Dear Leader, President Obama.
Me thinks that the Dear Leader, President Obama, has come to realize that, gee, maybe the once adoring masses have caught on to his scams. You know. Trying to nationalize health care delivery. Crap-and-tax. Tax hikes. Massive government spending. Paying off allies. Yes, there are multiple scams, folks.
But the National Prayer Breakfast, an event the Dear Leader, President Obama, was too busy to attend last year, seems to not be a place to push the administration agenda. And certainly NOT to give credence to people that I admit are on the fringe.
The Birther movement seems to think that there is a nefarious plot to allow the Dear Leader, President Obama, to be president even though he really was not born in the United States.
But the Dear Leader, President Obama, was born in Honolulu, Hawai'i on August 4, 1961.
It is a pointless issue.
Yet it seems to get under the Dear Leader, President Obama's skin. And it is more petty on his part than those pushing such a bizarre theory.
Advice to the Dear Leader.
Don't give up the day job!