Facts Are Stubborn Things
“The fact that he’s from Kenya, and the fact that when he was elected there were expectations on the African continent that he would do great things for them.”
So, here we have a MSNBC reporter going full birther, and no one even blinks at it. ( BTW, someone better archive that clip.) And she makes a critical statement when she tells us that there were expectations on the “African continent that he would do great things for them. “
Why would they expect an AMERICAN president to help them specifically?
BECAUSE he is “from Africa”.
Because, whether born in America or in Kenya, obama was born a dual-citizen. Throughout his life, in his actions and in his writings, he has indicated that he has divided loyalties. Having divided loyalties, logically he can be expected to give preferential treatment to a country he is not elected to serve, and he cannot be relied upon to behave strictly in the best interest of America. The whole entire Continent of Africa has expectations – think about that carefully.
It is a fact that all American presidents do good things for countries and people other than strictly their own United States. The potential for “great expectations” based on birth favoritism should not play any role in the career of an American president. There should not even be the hint of such a thing. This is why our Founders limited the office to those who were natural-born Citizens.
That is all I have to say about that.
Oh, and that reporter is clearly racist.