A little birther-ism about, not by, Nathan Deal

Heh:

During an online chat in November, Rep. Deal wrote “I am joining several of my colleagues in the House in writing a letter to the President asking that he release a copy of his birth certificate.”

(snip)

Of course, Deal’s concerns about the President are nonsense….But Nathan Deal nonetheless exposes another politician whose eligibility is hardly as settled as President Obama’s. And that person is Nathan Deal.

Deal is currently running for Georgia Governor. Per the Georgia Constitution, the Governor must have been a U.S. citizen for at least 15 years.

I have never seen any proof that Nathan Deal is a U.S. citizen. Unlike President Obama, he has never released any records of his birth. The documentation that is publicly available leaves many things to be desired. Extensive online research turns up only an alleged birthdate and birthplace of Millen, Georgia. Who were his parents? What was the hospital? Who was the delivering doctor? These are questions that need answers.

You see, there are unsourced internet rumors that Nathan Deal was not born in Georgia at all. That instead, his mother gave birth to him while his parents were in Canada, dodging the WWII draft. They then returned to Georgia and registered his birth here. Moreover, there is further rumor that Nathan is actually the son of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. I’m not saying these rumors are true, but when can we expect Deal to produce the documents that would put them to rest? What is he hiding?

When you bark up the birther tree, you deserve every little flea-bite you get.

(H/t: Peach Pundit)

20 comments Add your comment

Intown Lib

January 29th, 2010
10:02 am

This is funny.

jconservative

January 29th, 2010
10:27 am

As mama said, “be careful of the company you keep”.

F-105 Thunderchief

January 29th, 2010
10:53 am

I saw on Channel 2 last night where John Oxendine tells folks his department doesn’t get involved in insurance networks … except folks who take him to dinner at Pano and Paul’s and later donate millions to his campaign. This clown needs to go down before we haul off and elect him.

Bob

January 29th, 2010
10:56 am

Maybe we should ask both to produce the correct documents. Maybe then we could get rid of both of them.

Chris Broe

January 29th, 2010
11:08 am

Kyle brings up a problem that all Americans should be concerned about: The denuding of the truth of news reports.

Can news survive the internet? Do ratings determine the spin? How long until Diane Sawyer edits news in real time as she speaks with instant feedback to her news stories from diode-connected audiences showing approval and interest? “There was an earthquake in Haiti today, and the Balloon Boy flew over the destruction, and where the Octomom doesn’t have any children……the Jonas Brothers are writing an earthquake song……”

LA

January 29th, 2010
11:16 am

“When you bark up the birther tree, you deserve every little flea-bite you get.”

Yeah, cause we all know democrats have fleas.

Roger

January 29th, 2010
11:44 am

Just because an official looking document is presented does not mean that it is the real thing. The government requires specific documents before citizens can obtain their benefits. Obama has not produced that certified birth certificate that anyone else would have to do. Congress and The Supreme Court should make him produce the “correct” document to “uphold” the precepts of the
Constitution that is their part of the Constitutional duties. Is the real thing “Coca Cola or Pepsi.”

HDB

January 29th, 2010
12:09 pm

Can people PLEASE get off the birth certificate?? The birth certificate has been SHOWN by the State of Hawai’i…..and at last I knew, Hawai’i IS a part of the United States, isn’t it?? MAHALO!!

Davo

January 29th, 2010
12:13 pm

I’ll only be satisfied of Obama’s legitimacy when Bigfoot himself steps out of his UFO and presents the true birth certificate to the head of the Illuminati, Adolf Hilter v 1.08, at Area 51.

Churchill's MOM

January 29th, 2010
12:22 pm

Son of a draft dodger, born in Canada, too bad Sonny wasn’t.

***Handel 2010***Palin Mccain 2012***

songbird

January 29th, 2010
12:40 pm

Churchill’s Mom – Palin 2012. You’ve got to be kidding. These are her comments on Fox the other day. She can’t put an intelligent sentence together for God’s sake.

‘Since August more Americans have paid more attention to the bill and more Americans are becoming more concerned. it hadn’t been a matter of he not being able to explain his policy with government take over and mandation of health care, but Americans understanding what is in there not liking it and sending that message via the three recent republican sweeps in Virginia, New Jersey, Scott Brown’s election too and the Tea Party movements the town halls, people sending that message to the president mainly health care being the focus on this, he not understanding that we don’t want to see government take over of one-sixth of our economy.’

Hillbilly Deluxe

January 29th, 2010
12:40 pm

Yes, I have a Georgia Birth Certificate and, no, you can’t see it.

Whacks Eloquent

January 29th, 2010
12:43 pm

I am still disappointed that Cagle had to drop out of the race. Handel looks like a pretty good choice, if she can campaign effectively. Hope she was watching Palin carefully and avoids some of the same mistakes. I have no respect for Roy “Benedict” Barnes, but might give Democrat candidate a look if they come up with something better than Ol’ Roy…

Whacks Eloquent

January 29th, 2010
12:45 pm

Good decision on Roeder. If somebody believes abortion is bad, they shouldn’t do it. If they think it is sin, let God deal with that. He says judgment and vengeance is His…

Karl Marx

January 29th, 2010
1:34 pm

Stealing other’s material are you Mr. Wingfield or do you have permission to use it?

Horrible Horrace

January 29th, 2010
1:38 pm

Even a bigger issue is Joe “comedy relief” Biden. From the looks of that guy he couldnt have been born in the USA and probably not even on planet earth.

Probably dropped off here by some weary space travelers from the Planet Mutant.

Michael H. Smith

January 29th, 2010
4:22 pm

Into every life some silliness must enter, I do suppose. I’ll want til later, when sobriety returns or better humor graces this blog.

@@

January 29th, 2010
5:09 pm

Kyle:

I got this far…

Extensive online research turns up only an alleged birthdate and birthplace of Millen, Georgia. Who were his parents? What was the hospital? Who was the delivering doctor? These are questions that need answers.

and my imagination got the best of me.

Oooooo…maybe he’s one of the POD people.

There were draft dodgers during WWII??!??

I did not know that.

Also, that last comment on your thread downstairs. Don’t let jay’s leftists fool you. That testimonial is a pile of who-eeeeee.

Thbbppptt!

High School dropout

January 29th, 2010
5:11 pm

Is a Georgia birth certificate good for a national election? I sure hope not.

Allen

January 29th, 2010
6:06 pm