Skip to comments.Conservative Majority Fund Shady[Obama's] Past(National Ad calling to remove Obama as a candidate)
Posted on 07/24/2012 7:43:25 PM PDT by Red Steel
The Obama eligibility ad starts off like this:
"Who is Barack Obama?
We know less about this man than any other president in American history. What's he hiding? His autobiography is full of fictional characters, but there's a lot more than that. If you try to look into his past, you hit a brick wall.
His college records at Columbia - sealed.
His college records at Harvard - sealed.
We don't know what his thesis papers are about because those are sealed too.
His Selective Service record is sealed.
His records as an attorney are sealed.
He has a Massachusetts Social Security number (actually a Connecticut SSN), and we can't get answers about that either.
No one, I mean no one, has seen an actual physical copy of Barack Obama's birth certificate.
The fact is, if we don't know who he is, we shouldn't even have him as a candidate.... "
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
I saw this ad played at about 3:50 Eastern time and about an hour later on the Fox News Channel.
I saw this ad over the weekend.
I wanted to see who the Conservative Majority Fund was and can’t find a lot of info.
I did enjoy seeing the ad. :)
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Great post! Red Steel always finds the best gems ! I wouldn’t mind seeing this aired...oh say...about every 5 minutes between now and the November election ! Only mis-quote is CT SS#, not MA, otherwise, nicely produced and hard hitting ! Thanks for post !
I’ll sign a petition in my district and will work to get many more signatures. Funny how all the information on James Holmes was so available i less than a day, but no information on the person named Obama after 4 + years.
Airing it with the wrong SS# state is probably a tactical decision.
What can the Obama camp say “It’s not a Massachusetts Social Security number it’s from Connecticut” The error is just to suck in some fool dem to point out the error :-)
Might be a genius move. By intentionally misstating it as "Massachusetts" people have to attract attention to this point if they attempt to correct it to "Connecticut."
One of the tactics I use in debating people is to occasionally misstate something on purpose, making it just egregious enough that someone is likely to object to it. In order for them to dispute it, they have to look up the correct information, and express it themselves. (Which was my goal all along.)
I have been saying since the day this buffoon came on the stage to constantly and relentlessly claim he FAILED Most of his classes at Harvard and Columbia and might have been thrown out of occidental for drug use, force these people to produce the documents, put them on the defensive, just like “You Didn’t build that” is doing.
Oh, I pretty much agree. Make THEM prove it isn't true. This is the tactics they use, and I see no reason why we should refrain from making them take their own medicine.
I have long thought that we should keep repeating that he isn't an American because reasoned debate is for fools. Most Americans are so supercilious that a debate on facts or merits is actually a waste of time. Might as well just make up and repeat derogatory crap, even if it might not be true. By constantly saying he is NOT an American, you keep the rumor mill going. Anything which disputes the legitimacy of this man is a good thing. I personally believe he isn't legitimate, but for those who don't, it's still a good tactic to keep calling him illegitimate.
Eventually it will be regarded as the truth. I personally think it is the truth, but in the minds of many un-knowledgeable people, it isn't. Constant repeating will change that.
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