Rush Limbaugh continued his phony rant about President Obama having a messianic complex on his radio show today. Limbaugh stated that God and Obama do have something in common. Neither one of them have a birth certificate. Of course this isn’t true, and here are the links to prove it.
Here is the audio:
Limbaugh said, “A lot of people talk about Barack Obama and his messianic complex. He does have one thing in common with God. Barack Obama has one thing in common with God. Do you know what it is? God doesn’t have a birth certificate either…God does not have a birth certificate neither does Obama, not that we have seen.”
I can’t believe that Limbaugh has dug up this old and false rumor again. If you would like to see a copy of Obama’s birth certificate, you can find it here, at snopes.com In addition, whatreallyhappened .com has the birth announcements from Hawaii’s two major newspapers that Barack H. Obama and his wife had a son on August 4, 1961.
Unless some Democratic operative went back in time, created a false birth certificate then ran two fake birth announcements in the newspapers, the evidence shows that Obama was in fact born in the United States. Does anyone really think that Obama would have been allowed to run for any public office without having his citizenship verified?
Barack Obama’s birth certificate is readily available for view. It was released publicly by his campaign in order to put this rumor to rest. Limbaugh is lying and he knows it. By the way the only person who seems to be talking about Obama’s messianic complex is Rush Limbaugh.
Rush has been desperately trying for days, with no success, to attach Evan Thomas’ comments about Obama on Hardball last week to the president. The only messianic complex I see in this conversation belongs to Rush Limbaugh.
Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor and Senior White House and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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