The Birtherism Of A Nation

The latest left wing meme is that Sarah Palin is a Birther. (She is not, but based on some sympathetic statements she made in a radio interview, numerous leftists have declared that she is -- including those who subscribe to a crackpot theory of their own known as "Trig Birtherism.")

From "Is Sarah Palin a Birther? No, But the Left Wishes She Was"

nothing would make the Left happier than to see Palin as a birther. Why? Because it would be the end of her political career. She would immediately be neutralized as a serious fighter against their agendas. Everything she said could then be dismissed, "Oh what does she know? She's so nutty she thinks Obama was born in Kenya!" She would never be able to develop the centrist and independent support she needs to be a viable political force. She could never be a Reagan, forging an effective alliance of the Right and the independent center.
Of course, the way WorldNetDaily is behaving, it's clear that they want her to be a Birther almost as much as does Andrew Sullivan. Not the first time that Andrew and WorldNetDaily have found themselves in the strange bedfellow position. (Tut tut.)

David Swindle concludes with a sarcastic statement of support for Andrew Sullivan's efforts:

Just as leftists hope that the Birther conspiracy continues to exist to dog the Right, I fully endorse Sullivan's efforts to keep Trig Birtherism alive. By all means, please continue to pursue this, Andrew.
No doubt he will.

In fact, I'm going to scoop Andrew on something. It may shock readers to know this, but Trig Palin was born in Kenya!

No, seriously. The only known, true, government-certified copy of his Kenyan Birth Certificate has come into my possession.

And here it is, for the first time on the Internet!

TrigPalinKenya2_s.jpg

If you look closely, you will see that Andrew Sullivan's name appears as "Informant." So he knew all along, and that can only mean that he was there. Obviously, the question now becomes, what is he hiding?

It would be simple matter to clear this up!

posted by Eric on 12.06.09 at 04:30 PM










Comments

Pshaw. That's not real. Everyone knows that Trig was Bristol's baby.

Phelps   ·  December 6, 2009 5:09 PM

I think Andrew Sullivan started that as a clever distraction.

It's all going to come out sooner or later!

Eric Scheie   ·  December 6, 2009 5:16 PM

Ah Ha!

Caught ya!

Everyone know that those backwoods hicks in Alaska call snowmobiles snowmachines!

Obvious fraud!

turfmann   ·  December 6, 2009 6:40 PM

This looks like it was typed on the same typewriter as the Killian letter about George W Bush's National Guard service. Paging Dan Rather. Call your office.

Rhodium Heart   ·  December 6, 2009 6:52 PM

I'd have guessed that all of Sullivan's bed-mates were strange by any reasonable person's estimate.

Larry Sheldon   ·  December 6, 2009 9:08 PM

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