Now that Obama's birth certificate has been released...

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Now that Obama's birth certificate has been released...
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Wed, 04-27-2011 - 2:34pm
Obama releases detailed U.S. birth certificate President slams 'silliness' of birther issue; Trump claims credit for release

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42779923/ns/politics-white_house/

Can we move on to other issues? Or do you think people will still believe that he wasn't born in the US? I can imagine people saying it was forged, or that the POTUS could just have one made up. What do you think?

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*** Only for the nutjobs.

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Registered: 01-04-2011

*** Yeah you know he is a naturally born citizen he did in one term what bush could not do in two and he works quietly calmly even handed even tempered. He gets the job done but yeah you are so right. How dare he right?

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It was explained (repeatedly), that the document appears the way that it does because of the type of scanning software...

I wan't aware that they

"Resist, we much. We must, and we much. About that, be committed."

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And about that internment it was tragic and i feel for those people no president is perfect...

LOL! Are you kidding? "No President is perfect"??? Like it was some accident or something? Oh, gee, sorry about that!

Extended the depressionn by ten years? Oh I think not

And it lasted how long? What a great job he did pulling us out of the depression!

Unemployment fell dramatically in Roosevelt's first term, from 25% when he took office to 14.3% in 1937.

Another great accomplishment by FDR! It would have been difficult to get the rate any higher. But by 1940, we were still suffering with 15% unemployment, 11 years after the depression started. No big rush there, FDR.

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