Daniel Noe says those who have read Politico in the past know that they are no friend to so-called “birthers”, much less conservatives and tea partiers. Just the other day, they attacked us again.
One of Politico’s minions, Alexander Burns, cleverly inserted a blatantly false comment in a piece he wrote about how voters don’t really seem to know much about the issues. Indeed, rather than debate us about our constitution and how it is at stake with this regime, we were also called “stupid.” Far-left Democratic pollster Tom Jensen of PPP (Public Policy Polling) had this to say:
The first lesson you learn as a pollster is that people are stupid…We’re seeing that kind of thing more and more. I think it’s a function of increased political polarization and voters just digging in their heels and refusing to consider the opposing facts once they’ve formed an opinion about something…I also think voters are showing a tendency to turn issues that should be factual or non-factual into opinions. If you show a Tennessee birther Obama’s birth certificate, they’re just going to say ‘well in my opinion he’s not a real American.’ It’s not about the birth certificate; it’s about expressing hatred for Obama in any form they can.”
What Mr. Jensen, Mr. Burns, and the rest of the idiots at Politico don’t get is that we Constitutionalists do not hate Obama just because of who he is. In fact, we don’t hate him, the person Barack Obama, at all. We just hate the fact that he is a pathological liar about nearly everything, from his birth certificate and educational background to his tenure in politics to his connections to unrepentent terrorists and other shady figures to his disastrous tenure as our president. This lie by the liberal media has been going on since Obama was first inaugurated; as you may remember, it started when they accused Rush Limbaugh of wanting Obama to fail when in fact Rush said that he wanted Obama’s socialist vision for the country to fail.
But then again, are you really that surprised? It’s not like the media has ever treated conservatives any differently, or that they are at least somewhat likely to treat us differently in the future.