Thursday, February 25, 2010

Oh where do we begin...

Orly Taitz has this to say about McCain's anti-birther ad;

Snippets via OFI; "Senator McCain owes an apology to me and my clients: 200 members of US military, State Representatives and Ambassador Keyes!

Senator McCain owes me and my clients an apology and an opportunity to discuss this matter with him on the merits on the National TV, as his add was shown all over the National TV and all over the Internet, on a widely watched show, such as Sean Hannity show.

On January 13th , a little over a month ago I got a letter from senator McCain and has written an article about it. In his letter McCain tried to show himself sympathetic to the issue of Obama’s illegitimacy to presidency, but stated that his hands are tied by the issue of separation of powers, in that this issue needs to be decided by the courts without interferance by Congress. Today he released a National re-election campaign add, where he included a clip of my NBC interview and where he is saying that we have more important things to do, then deal with Obama’s illegitimacy to presidency."

...Read Taitz's full response and her letter from McCain, HERE.

Politico provides a bit of smearing on behalf of Obama and McCain...

Snippets; Taitz responded, in a post on her website, attacking McCain, who is being challenged by Hayworth in the GOP primary, for “ignoring the most important issue the country is facing today.”

Taitz called the ad — which she misspelled as “add” throughout the post — “despicable” and “appalling.”

She went on to challenge the four-term senator to a televised debate on the president’s citizenship...

...more from Politico, HERE.

The Post & Email rounds it out with a great headline;

'John McCain Supports Obama’s Election Fraud - CAMPAIGN AD ATTACKS THOSE WHO QUESTION OBAMA’S ELIGIBILITY'

Senator John McCain (R-AZ), whose weak-kneed 2008 campaign against Barack Obama could suggest complicity in election fraud, is now openly campaigning for re-election by attacking those who question Obama’s eligibility for office. In a move that entangles McCain more deeply than ever with the tar-baby of Obama’s eligibility, McCain has released a television ad that links his Republican primary opponent, Congressman J. D. Hayworth, with alleged “conspiracy theory” advocates Orly Taitz and Philip Berg...

...continue reading at the Post & Email, HERE.

2 comments:

  1. Sounds like the blue line the cops use to me. McCain's career is over. He was put up front by GOP because GOP knew early on that the momentum was too high and money too big to beat BHO. Then they try to play the nice guys, the knights in shining armour. McCain deserved the disrespect he got then today at the HC summit. Milk Toast is rarely respected.

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  2. You have to over look McCain he was hatched with Alzheimer's and can't help full blown stupidity.
    Donald Gaines

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