The Lurker from Tulsa is back, this time with some thoughts about the issue of Barry Soetoro’s birth certificate, and other ephemera from the post-election euphoria that has engulfed the country formerly known as the United States of America.
Here’s what the Lurker said in his latest message:
After I e-mailed you my comment about the end of the United States, I had intended to send another entitled “The Last Free Election”.
However, numerous essays at Gates of Vienna sidetracked me.
When I read El Inglés’ essay about the UK, where he said “Islamization”, I read “Husseinization”.
The part in his essay that stuck out to me was the comment about “if the police were so old-fashioned as to actually do their jobs”, but what I saw was “if the election commission would just do their jobs”.
The analogy of the fear of race riots applies as well. No one wants to touch the birth certificate issue because now that he has been elected, can you imagine the race riot that would ensue if someone said, “you’re not legal”?
One of your essays sidetracked me from thought. It was the essay about boycotting Durban II. The ending of the essay hit me like a sack of bricks. Both the current and future occupants of the White House out-sourcing the running of the country. It is as though we are going to get the third Bush term after all. Hussein said it would occur if McCain were elected, but now he is going to give it to us instead.
Zenster’s essay sidetracked me as well.
Then came the Mumbai issue/tragedy along with the ensuing media cover-up.
My intent was to say that the last free election in the US was in 2004.
Everyone would have thought I was speaking of 2008. However, I think what we have just seen is the true advent of the legacy media age. The only reason they did what they did in 2008 is because they saw that they couldn’t just sway an election like what happened in 2004, they had to come out and campaign for a candidate openly. Not to mention that McCain turned out to be a wet rag as a candidate, even endorsing Hussein in one of his rallies. I forget which one. This past election would have made Saddam Hussein proud, and I’m sure that Hugo Chavez is ecstatic.
That was the real reason I didn’t write the second e-mail, I guess. I’m not a true essayist. Couldn’t get all the details straight or all the dates of occurrences down in order.
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As for this Hussein birth certificate thingy, all the inactivity on the part of what I see as the mechanisms of our government seems to point to a sort of de facto appointment to the office.
You would think that the Republican National Committee is on vacation.
But the most bizarre aspect of all is Hillary.
If anyone was going to call Hussein out on the birth certificate issue, it would have been her. She had the cojones to do it. If anyone could dig up dirt on someone and use it, it would be a Clinton. I include Chelsea in this as well.
The prize was hers for the taking. Why would she not use that issue? Did she think McCain would win? Boy, did she blow that gamble. Going all-in with nothing.
I would like to end this e-mail by pointing out what one of your commenters said in one of your news feed summaries. She said that when she speaks to people about the birth certificate issue, no one can believe it’s not in the media.
This is an information gap that has been caused by Gates of Vienna.
Don’t try to pawn it off on the alphabet media.
I have the same issue as your other commenter. I try to talk to people about things I read here, and people look at me like “what in the hell are you talking about?” I don’t have anything specific to reference, just the general abundance of information transfer here and the roar of yammering chowder heads elsewhere.
— Lurking in Tulsa, Oklahoma