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Barack will keep Bush in office

Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: Sen. Obama's birth certificate should be posted in Wikipedia, in public domain view for all who vote.

Submitted by Marian McClung (United States), Oct 27, 2008 at 17:57

The controversy over his legitimacy will not be resolved by the elections, win or lose, as we know. At best his authority will be challenged from day one by the already-pending 8 lawsuits over his legitimacy to hold the office of President of the United States.

If he wins the election, Bush will have to stay in office on an emergency basis until there is a re-election of some kind, which will take months. Barack had better produce everything, and come clean--birth certificates, naturalization certificates, Harvard law school documentation--everything, and fast. Otherwise, those disillusioned with Bush will have more of him than they bargained for, and those of us who believe Bush has been a great President in the face of the total negativity and denegration of the Presidency by the left wing press, will have the benefit of a few extra months of the sincere patriotism which President Bush exudes. A re-election, of course, will bankrupt the Democratic party, and McCain will thankfully walk right in.


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