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      LaTosha Brown wrote Apr 20, 2011
    • The irony is that unless you are Native American this isn’t your country of origin either.  

      Technically, everybody in this land is an illegal alien. This entire debate is ignorant and racist at best.  

      I think we should be more concerned about the character, integrity, and vision of all of our leaders.  It’s fine to not support the man as a leader but the birth place debate. Are we serious?  

      Does it matter where anybody was born really?  Does God really follow the map lines?  

      There are so many REAL issues out there and we are wasting our time being pre-occupied with ways to make people “be different.”  Why do we work so hard to make ourselves be better than others?  I am so glad that God doesn’t require a passport to heaven. Wouldn’t that be ridiculous?  

      It saddens me that everyday hard-working people are wasting time chasing a  rumor instead of holding our leaders accountable for better services and a better living. It’s a distraction and some are falling for it.  

      How long will we allow people to keep us on the hamster wheel chasing cheese while they leave with all the booty? This issue doesn’t even matter...the real issues need our attention.

      I am open for a healthy exchange of ideas with any party member, concerned American, and/or truth seeker.  I have seen pure hate for our fellow man mask itself in a variety of ways.  I pray that as people of God we can heal, move away from foolishness and  develop into the beautiful and caring creatures that God made us ALL to be.  

      Love is the only thing that will heal us...not hate.



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 20, 2011
    • My Dear LaTosha Brown, this is the top story of the news today, and I agree with what you are saying except for in America, we have the Consitution, which sets standards that we follow in our Court of Law, and that is what makes American a proud place to be...I would hate to live in a country were we had an dictator running our lives. My debate this issue is purely consitutional, not racial. As a disabled Senior I have lost my yearly income, can’t afford to buy food, can’t afford gas in my car, and you know all the survival issue many of us face today.  We need to help the people that live in our country, yet we spend so much on other countries.  God Bless American, peace and Love my dear Friend, and I love the way you wrote you response.



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      Beautiful1 wrote Apr 21, 2011
    • Whether President Obama is a legal citizen is not top news, but a frivolous distraction that is obviously working on some Americans. How can a person run for the office of the President of the United States without first being a citizen? Why has this not been questioned before President Obama? Because it appeals to those who have underlying racist beliefs that they may not even be aware of.  

      People want to blame someone for the hardships that they face today. What better way to appeal to the American people who have never and may never get over their racist beliefs. It is really sad to think that people will question the Presidents birth knowing that the last job you applied for in America, a social security number had to be provided. Why on earth would a country allow an illegal alien to run for office as a Senator and then the President without first checking his birthplace? That just doesnt make sense when you have to have ID to drive in this country, a passport to leave in and out of the country and all types of identification to just travel. I just cant believe people fall for such nonsense.  

      The issue of birth of our president only appeals to those individuals who have underlying racist beliefs and need to find someone to blame for the terrible issues affecting them. The high gas prices, unemployment, money to foreign countries were ALL due to the prior administration and those that came before President Obama.

      Darlene Sabella, patriotism starts at home in your own country. America is a democracy and the president was elected by the people of this country, be supportive and look at solutions to the problems that our country faces not at a face to blame.  

      Change your outlook on your situation and you will find solutions.
      God Bless you and God Bless America



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      LaTosha Brown wrote Apr 21, 2011
    • heartheartheart
      Greetings Darlene,

      Thanks so much for your response.  I truly appreciated the spirit of which you wrote it.  Like you I also believe that it is good to have a constitution to follow and abide by. The beautiful part of the constitution that gives it so much power is the following:

      We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America*. ...we hold all these truths to be self evident that ALL men are created equal.  

      It’s amazing that so many people are uncomfortable with the following words:
      Justice
      Tranquility
      Common Defense
      Welfare
      Liberty

      I agree the constitution is the legal document that we use as the framework for this country but it is OUR HEARTS that lead the course of action. There was a point in history that you as a woman and disabled citizen could not vote nor fully participate in society.  It wasn’t the document that changed things it was good people like you and I that saw that there was a need to change how America treated her people.      

      I truly understand your frustration with what is happening in America.  My family has been struggling for the past few years... 2006 and 2008 was a financial nightmare for me!  I agree with EVERY single issue you raised.  

      We should not be living in the richest country in the world and seniors are not provided for or our children aren’t given the best education and opportunity or people can’t make a decent living to support our families.

      I am not sure of what political party you identify with and you don’t know anything about me but what I DO know is that we both want a better life and better opportunities.  I hope that people like us can find a way to talk more, love more and work together more.

      We have a long way to go of building the country that some of us believe in.  I have finally accepted that many Americans don’t believe that  ALL men are created equal.  Until we truly accept that truth and live as brothers and sisters in love.  We will continue to fight about what stamp is on a birth certificate.  I would rather work towards bringing positive change to American people like you and I.  I want to support the politics of love.

      Be blessed and I pray that God opens up many opportunities for you and your family.  

      LaTosha



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 21, 2011
    • I you were to truly know me, my heart, my spirit, I was one of the orginal hippies, politics is not my passion, yet I must keep up with it now, because it is affecting my life.  However I do not see color, in my universe I see hearts and souls of people.  I truly believe in our forefathers, the purpose of the Contitution and the strict laws that govern our country, we all need to be open to the truth, and this has nothing to do with deep seeded or sub-consious thought of racism.  I believe you have reached a level of trust here on this page of comments, and it is healthy to debate any issue, but not to use the race card, that is unfair.  I love you all, I love all the people in the world, except those that want to kill us.  Love & peace forever and ever.  Darskiheartheartheartestatic



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      Cheekymonkey wrote Apr 21, 2011
    • heart well said Annie.
      It is the law that the president of the United States be a citizen. It is important that who is the head of our country to be a citizen.
      I am not an supporter of our current president but I would expect whoever it was to be a citizen. Why he won’t put an end to this and why he’s allowed to not is more the question I think?
      Cristen



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      Beautiful1 wrote Apr 21, 2011
    • @Annie123 John McCain was born in Panama which is not part of the United States. He was born in another country. It could be questioned whether he was born on a military base or not. Hawaii is not another country, it is a part of the United States.  

      Why is it that when race is mentioned, it turns into the “race card” or that someone is being called a racist? Are you kidding me? Am I the only one aware that we live in America where every application for practically anything you apply for asks your race? Why is that? Could it be that race matters? It so ingrained in us that we pretend that it doesnt exist.  

      Is it going to benefit our seniors with lower prescription drug prices, is it going to lower our gas prices, provide employment, rebuild the infrastructure of our country, increase the poor education of our children, bring our troops home from wars that we have no business being involved in, by requiring that President Obama “comply” with the demands of non-supporters?  

      C‘mon Ladies, if President Obama attempted to hand deliver to you his birth certificate, would you accept it? It would be forged right?

      Back to my original point...why focus on a non-issue?

      Peace and Love, No hard feelings happy



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Dear Annie123 John McCain was born in Panama, however he was born in an USA Air Force Base which made him a legal cititzen of the United States of America.  Do you call the Constitution of our great country a, “Focus on a non-issue“?  That piece of paper you deny as important state “you must be a US citizen to become our President”  This has nothing to do with race, color, it’s a fact, just  like John McCain is and always will be a legal citizen.  Why wlll our Preident not just show these legel document of his birth? Then we can move on, Obama needs to just furnish us this important document, like every other President has had to do, and then we can put rhia issue to bed, But, NO you all want to call me or anyone who cares about America  a racest which is obsurd, which shows your own lack of follow the issues at hand.  Thank you for your comment, Love & peace darski



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      Cathie Beck wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Ok, everybody calm down! I’m pretty dang sure Obama wouldn’t have gotten into the presidential race to start with if there was any question of if he is a US citizen.  

      Are you ladies forgetting how the political campaigns are conducted? We would’ve heard all about it during the campaign because they‘re more about discrediting candidates and mud slinging.  

      That’s all I’ve got to say.  

      Cathie



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      Cathie Beck wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Annie dear, I said “Everybody“. If you don’t want to be one of the “Everybody“, I don’t have a problem with that, it was just an expression and didn’t single you or anyone else out of the crowd in this discussion. ;oD  

      I’m also not judging anyone for their opinions and thought I was stating the ovbious. Why is this just now a political manuever? I’m questioning political ethics, not anyone’s opinions on if it’s true or not... just pointing out the time frame of it being brought up.  

      Cathie



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Buy the way when Obama Mother remarried after his birth, they had to move to Indonisa where the father worked.  In order to go to schoool in that country you must  become a citizen which he did, and he went to school there, furthermore there are NO papers showing that he ever switched back his citizenship that can be found.  I know this subject, and everyone is trying to move it off coursem to other issues like McCain who IS a US citizen, and he has proof he was born in the base in Panama, so if you don't know the true facts of all of this why are you disagreeing, or why in fact has this becoming so heated, all he need to do is simple show the birth certificate!  It merely an easy question.



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      Darlene Sabella wrote Apr 22, 2011
    • Yes Annnie that is exactly right, and there is so much to this subject and I have watched it bounce of one wall to another, and it’s is going to come into play as he is out now working his campaigne and making all the same promises.  I hope we can all agree to disagree, and still remain friends, on this issue.  Love & peace Darski



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