He won’t call them crazy because according to Eric Cantor the Republican House Majority Leader: “I don’t think it’s nice to call anyone crazy.” But Mr. Cantor did say that he believes the President is a citizen, and that the Birthers are wrong to think he’s not.
Mr. Cantor appeared on NBC’s Meet The Press on Sunday and stated that the question of President Obama’s birth is already settled with most Americans. He said, “I don’t think it’s an issue that we need to address at all. It is not an issue that even needs to be on the policy-making table right now whatsoever.”
Birthers, on the other hand, cannot give up their pointless fight. With no proof whatsoever, they have held onto the claim that the President is a foreigner, and thus unqualified to be president. And although Hawaii’s Health Director has confirmed the President’s original documents are on file in the state, Birthers will not be fooled with the facts. They believe the president is a foreigner and that’s all they need…A belief!
An attempt to explain the Birther’s point of view is seen in this video.
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