7 Birthers Speaking At The Republican Convention

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Mitt Romney's invocation of birtherism on Friday took his campaign to a new level of involvement with the bogus idea that President Obama is actually Kenyan-born and therefore ineligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief. But that dog-whistle theory has already been embraced by many major Republicans with whom Romney has long been happy to consort. Indeed, as Republicans head down to Tampa for their convention next week, they are preparing to see a veritable festival of politicians who have dabbled in -- or fully embraced -- birtherism.

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"No one had to ask me for my birth certificate,...... by John Sanchez Jr. on Saturday, Aug 25, 2012 at 8:20:47 AM
This, all by itself, should scare any sane person ... by Kathy Stuart on Saturday, Aug 25, 2012 at 6:30:28 PM