Sunday, January 23, 2011

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: I Believe President Obama Is A U.S. Citizen

Well once again we see the Republican Leadership throw the “Ultra Conservative Wing Nuts” under the bus even after whipping them into a frenzy by their own propaganda machine. Yes once the “NUT JOBS” have served their purpose for every election, the Republican Party Leaders tosses them aside with distain and as much compassion of used toilet paper.

The new Republican House majority leader says he doesn't think questions about President Barack Obama's citizenship should play a role in the discussion of policy matters.

Two years into the Obama administration, so-called “BIRTHERS” continue to argue that Obama isn't a natural-born citizen and that he hasn't proved he's constitutionally qualified to be president. Birth records in Hawaii haven't dissuaded them because they believe anything and can be mislead from the likes of Rush Limbaugh and the other Blow Hard Media Machine Personalities. It should also be noted that many of these Birthers are also Teabaggers.

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says he believes Obama is a citizen and that most Americans are beyond that question.

Appearing Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," Cantor refused to call people who question Obama's citizenship "crazy," saying it's not nice to call anyone crazy. (But any critical, intelligent, free thinking person knows they really are!)

Cantor went onto say, He believes that Obama wants what's best for the country and that there are honest disagreements over how to achieve that.

WOW!!! Imagine that…..President Obama wants what's best for the country!!!

Well Mr. Eric Cantor, thank you for that clarity of thought but more importantly, admitting it in the public forum of NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

WAKE UP are really not a factor in the real world but nothing more than a bad joke to be used at every national election! Dumbass Lemmings....nothing more.


  1. Neither party really listens to extremists. They like to whip them up. It makes good press. They like to excite them and get them out to vote. But when it comes down to getting something done for the country, they forget about the extremists.

    After all, the extreme left is not going to vote for a republican and the extreme right is not going to vote for a democrat. They cater to them only during an election to get them out to vote.

  2. Hello Jerry,
    Thanks for stopping by. Extremism in any form is not good and I being an active member of the Republican Party here in the 1st District of Maryland, I take it very serious to purge the extreme aspects of the Party that has taken too much of an unhealthy influence within my Party.

    Bottom line, it is all about the influence money that gets represented in the long run. Citizen’s be damned.

  3. Extremists get the press, but progress is made by the moderates.

  4. Jerry,
    Well Stated!!! I am right there with you.

  5. Purge away these crazies! I am not sure why the Republicans would want to have them on their side anyway.

    The problem is that I receive confused messages from the two US political parties since they appear to want to be all things to all people.

  6. The crazies won't be purged. They vote and they contribute money -- the two linchpins of US politics.

  7. Hello Laci,
    What a nice dream it would be for me if the Republican’s got rid of these “Nut Jobs” but as Jerry has also pointed out, it is the Corporations’ funding and whipping up the “Nut Jobs” that get the current crop of Republicans elected into the House and Senate.

  8. "Of course I know Barack Obama is an American. Why would you even ask me about that? I don't understand that. Why are you pointing the finger at other people all the time? Why don't you point the finger at yourself? I'm not being defensive! You're the one who's being defensive! Why is always the other person who's being defensive? Have you ever asked yourself that? Why don't you ask yourself that?"

  9. Jerry points out the sad situation in this nation: the two ends of hte political spectrum are well entrenched and will never change their political point of view.

    Thus, any hopes of victory falls to that middle group, those who claim to be independents. What the GOP has to be careful of is identifying with some of the idiotic claims of the crazy-right, such as the birthers and the extremists of the Tea Party.

    If Obama can pin this stupidity on the GOP as a whole, these independents will move in his direction.

  10. Cantor is a sleazy scumbag who could have come out with this two years ago. The only reason he waited till now is because somehow it benefits his/their agenda.

    He's like a co conspiritor in an arson.. he watches his friends light the fire, Cantor watches it spread, then heroicly steps in to save a baby. What a guy.

  11. I believe Eric Cantor is a yuppie snot-nosed parrot from another world. He and the teabagger crowd he controls are the real aliens here, not the President! It is about time, though, that someone in the GOP had something less than derogatory to say about Obama!

  12. Is it possible that there are now elements in the Republican establishment and the media that are wishing they had never helped create this monster?

    Cantor is sleezy and Boehner is lazy sleezy will trump lazy every day of the week. Cantor is to Boehner what Cheeney was to Bush.

  13. Hello Mainer,
    Thank you for stopping by.

    My Republican Party embracing the Tea Party in the beginning is now a regrettable mistake due to the extremism of many of the members. Of course many of us knew this mistake in the making right from the start but too many of the Republican Leaders just saw the cash flow from this group of Nut Jobs.

    I like your Cantor / Boehner and Cheney / Bush comparisons.

  14. Engineer thanks for having me. I grew up a Republican, I worked on Barry Goldwaters campaign as a TAR (wonder how many remember that one?)and I voted for Nixon twice but along about Reagan I felt I was watcing the wheels come off. So for some years now I have been a registered Independent or what passes for that in this state. I like to think I'm a progressive and I saw people such as Ike and Nixon as progressive. Guess I'm just not willing to see the country go backwards. Nice site by the way with some interesting folks dropping by and chiming in.