above: George Romney, with Mitt and wife Lenore
Sure. Actually unbridled hypocrisy, that they were all over George Romney and later John McCain, but NOT “Barack Hussein Obama.” Then, at last weekend’s debate, Lie-beral commentator Juan Williams brought up the subject of Romney’s father’s Mexican birth, but quickly shunted off into another immigration issue. How sly. The audience was NOT pleased. Juan, baby, why not bring up “Obama’s” father’s foreign, non-citizen, deported self at the very next opportunity?
During last night’s Fox News Republican presidential debate for the South Carolina primary, liberal panelist Juan Williams asked a very pointed question of Mitt Romney about his position on immigration reform that drew heckles from the audience. “Governor Romney, your father was born in Mexico. You still have family there — yet you have taken the hardest line of anyone on this stage on immigration reform,” Williams said. Although Williams’ question didn’t mention the natural born citizenship cloud hanging over President Barack Obama’ presidency, the question was a back-handed way of throwing the issue in Romney’s face. Although Mitt Romney clearly was born to U.S. citizen parents in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Internet blogs and chain e-mails have been making the rounds trying to cast doubt about Romney’s natural born citizenship status. Williams has been very vocal in his view that the so-called “birther” debate surrounding Obama’s eligibility was all about racism. Liberals immediately tried to cast the audience reaction as a sign of anti-Mexican bigotry within the Republican Party.
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Only a natural born citizen can legally be President of the USA. ”Obama” is not either. See: http://www.art2superpac.com/issues.html
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