Wingnuts Still Tilting at Windmills
A Supreme Court decision apparently isn’t enough for Tennessee lawmakers in the House.
Despite the fact that the Court rejected an effort to contest President Barack Obama’s citizenship in a case earlier this year, four Tennessee lawmakers are still pushing a legal action to force the president to turn over his birth certificate and other documents to prove his citizenship.
I’d always assumed that Oklahoma’s congressional delegation was the stupidest – after all, it includes Senator Inhofe. Now I’m not so sure.
Tennessee Republican congressmembers Eric Swafford, Stacey Campfield, Glen Casada and Frank Niceley have agreed to join a Russian immigrant in California’s case against Obama — which contends he’s not eligible to be president, the Tennessean’s Theo Emery reported Friday. Casada is the chairman of the House Republican caucus.
How do you say “wingnut” in Russian?
The Defend Our Freedoms Foundation hasn’t yet filed the suit, Emery adds.
“I agree to be one of the plaintiff’s in a legal action filed by Dr. Orly Taitz, Esquire for a Writ of Mandamus to obtain birth certificate, immigration records, passports and other vital records for Barry Soetoro, aka Barack Hussein Obama,” Rep. Eric Swafford said in a letter written on official House stationery.
Adds Emery: “Democratic lawmakers ridiculed the action Thursday at a weekly press conference, with one lawmaker asking, ‘Who’s Eric Swafford?’ and another answering, ‘He’s from Mars.'”
No, he’s from Tennessee, which is now officially the stupidest state in the Union.