Joseph Farah, in your column “38 reasons why Obama should not be re-elected,” you should have added one more: He is not a NATURAL BORN CITIZEN because his father was not a U.S. citizen. As such, he is in violation of the Constitution, and all that he has done in office will be null and void if the news media ever start reporting this.
So, on Monday when Florida throws out the eligibility case, how will you idiotic birthers react? Will you accept it? ["Watch Florida eligibility hearing live"]
Most likely, you’ll claim the Florida judges are corrupt and in on it. And when the idiotic publicity stunt of the Arpaio investigation also fails, and it will, who will be your birther savior then?
Here’s a thought … either get another hobby, or just admit that you are wrong. That’s the adult thing to do.
Dear Mr. Farah,
I have written to you before to thank you for WND, but I just feel I have to thank you again.
WND is such an inspiration to me. My husband and I have morning devotions at 6:30 a.m. each morning. Often I’ll print your column and other articles the night before in order to pray over them the next morning. We pray for your health and God’s blessing and protection over you, your loved ones, your staff and WND in general. We want to encourage you to keep on keeping on even though it may be tough with lawsuits pending, an unresponsive media and news reporters, etc.
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I got a letter from the Republican National Committee the other day and thought you might find my response interesting. It is as follows;
I was amused to get your letter asking for donations to defeat the socialist currently occupying the office of the presidency. When I turned 18 in 1992, I registered Republican and cast my ballot for Bush 41 prior to leaving for USMC boot camp. I remained a Republican until 1998 when I left the party and voted as an independent conservative. I left the party in disgust after years of watching the Republicans talk the talk about small government and fiscal responsibility but faili ... continue reading »
Affordable health care: Usually when you want something to be affordable, you shop for the best price. We arrive at hospitals, and there is no price list offered. This would automatically cut costs if people saw what things cost and could choose or go elsewhere for a better price. We have brand-name and generic drugs, but brand-names are given, when much money could be saved with generics. If we returned to normal consumer behavior based on a price list, I think we would see amazing changes.
We currently have people on 20 medicines a day that are outrageously expensive, and all this is being paid for mainly by our tax dollars, throu ... continue reading »
Hear, hear! Sen. Rand Paul wants to stop the droning of America. He’s introduced a bill to “require the government to get a warrant before using aerial drones to surveil U.S. citizens.”
Government drones are the “writs of assistance” of former colonial times. One of the chief causes of the American Revolution was the imposition of British writs of assistance upon the colonists. These writs, issued by the king, gave customs officials a permanent and transferable right to to search any place, public or private, at the caprice of the w ... continue reading »