LA Times: Nashville Cheers Birther Farah’s Dinner Speech
Well, it's not hard to guess what the first media question to Palin will be, assuming the press gets near her. Smart. Real. Smart. During dinner, no less, how special is that? Some fricking morons just have to give the media precisely what they want, I guess. As if no one saw this one coming.
If the National Tea Party Convention hoped to keep its focus on political organizing and its message on limited government, it has had little success so far.
Capping the first full day of the meeting, right-wing instigator Joseph Farah spent much of his dinner speech questioning whether President Obama was born in Hawaii and casting doubt on whether the president was legitimately elected.
“The media, the politicians … all say, no, it’s all been settled. I say, if it’s been settled show us the birth certificate. Simple,” Farah’s said, as his remarks were cheered by the roughly 600 activists gathered in Nashville for the event.