Feb 09 2010
The â€œweâ€™re just asking questionsâ€ rationale seems to be the explanationÂ du jour for the tiresome and self-destructive continuing â€œBirtherâ€ fixation of some journalists who purport to be on the Right.Â As depicted in a fairly straightforwardWashington Independent article, WorldNetDaily Editor-in-Chief Joseph Farah used his Friday night dinner speech at the Tea Party convention to â€œraise questionsâ€ about the President Obamaâ€™s citizenship, much to the disgust of other attendees, including Andrew Breitbart.Â â€œItâ€™s self-indulgent, itâ€™s narcissistic, itâ€™s a losing issue,â€ Breitbart told one of Farahâ€™s minions, his frustration evident.
Let me add a few more adjectives.Â Itâ€™s â€œstupid,â€ â€œirrationalâ€ and â€œdestructiveâ€ of everything we are fighting for.Â The movement might as well take out its figurative .45, aim directly at its foot, and pull the trigger.
Read the whole thing and realize the centrists are fed up with the fringe and will reject anyone stained with fringe thinking. We need people with good heads on their shoulders who are not distracted by conspiracies and paranoia. We need to lead this nation forward by finding solutions to complex problems. No one wants to waste their time with this silly nonsense. If people are interested in moving this country forward, get past this stuff and onto the real issues of national security and personal financial security. Those are tough enough.