Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett kills the Birther drama & Apologizes to Arizona

I guess someone woke up with a horse head in their bed. After making a big stink over Obama's birth certificate, Dummy of State Ken Bennett backs off his birther claim.

“If I embarrassed the state, I apologize but that certainly wasn’t my intent,” Bennett said in an interview with Phoenix radio station KTAR. “He’ll be on the ballot as long as he fills out the same paperwork and does the same things that everybody else has.”

Bennett said he still intends to keep asking Hawaii for verification that Obama’s birth certificate is authentic. But he said he only plans to use Hawaii’s answer as a way to satisfy demands from constituents who remain unconvinced Obama is a natural born citizen of the United States and so therefore eligible to be president.
And those constituents are crazy, there is no need to cater to crazy. If Ken was smart, he would stop all together. He could end up in deeper mess.



Bob said...

It's actually kinda funny that he thinks he embarrassed Arizona. They've been embarrassing themselves for years with their choice of elected officials!

R.J. said...

What he did was pretty tame compared to most Arizona Republican lawmakers or that stupid Sheriff.

Lucifer Arnold said...

Eat shit Alphalfa, of the Little

Montana said...

Ken Bennett should either put up or shut-up (or is he Alfalfa from the Little Rascals).

Lets be clear none of these Birther dullards have taken there "Birther Documents of facts, more like lies" and won a case in the “U.S. Courts”, maybe in their simple minds (if they have any) but not in our “U.S. Courts”, so unless Birthers/ teabaggers, whatever you want to be called, win a court case, we will continue to see as dullards, liars or racist or maybe all three. Deal with that baby!

And enjoy voting for the Mitt, the first "Republican Anchor Baby"! Too Funny

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