Obama & Minions So Outraged at Birth Certificate Joke by Romney, Yet Obama Making a “Birther” Joke at 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner Is Perfectly OK



Team Obama, the MSM and the Left claimed to be so outraged by the comments that Mitt Romney made the following comment at a campaign stop in Michigan, “No one has ever asked to see my birth certificate.” That automatically made the Left and the MSM refer to Romney as a ‘birther”. Really, you mean it wasn’t a joke? Suddenly the thin skinned Team Obama folks became morally outraged that how dare Romney make such a comment, joke or no joke.

The disingenuous LEFT even went so far as to call Romney a “birther” even though the Romney had already made it public record that he believed Obama was born in Hawaii. But that did not stop the LEFT and Team Obama from using the joke as a way to try and make it a distraction to the campaign. Anything and everything at all cost to divert from the 8.3% unemployment, record debt and millions of out of work Americans.

DNC Chair, Debbie “Downer” Wasserman Schultz stated that Romney ‘birther’ quip no joke. Really Debbie, you might want to take back those words before you have to eat them. Debbie Wasserman Schultz went on to say that making a joke about a presidents birth certificate, “its beneath some one who is running for President of the United States”. Get a life Debbie … look what Obama said about his own birth certificate in 2011.

Just one question to Team Obama and the unhinged LEFT, how come it is perfectly ok for Barack Obama to make fun of where he was born? He did just that at the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner where “The Obamamessiah” played a clip from his birth video, see below.

Obama Releases Birth Video at the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner

Hmm, does this make Obama a “birther” as well. How dare he joke about his birth certificate. Obama must be a birther because no one is allowed to reference or joke about the Obamamessiah’s birth certificate. Moonbats, do you see how foolish you look actually trying to make this an issue. Hmm?

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    10 Responses to “Obama & Minions So Outraged at Birth Certificate Joke by Romney, Yet Obama Making a “Birther” Joke at 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner Is Perfectly OK”

    1. Super dave on August 26th, 2012 7:55 am

      I say obama’s mother is not his real mother and his father is not an obama. He is a democrat hypocrite. While his nephew is suffering in a hospital in kenya, he refuses to offer his millions to his brother for the surgery. Instead, a white man sends money for the surgery while obama preaches help the poor. He is alying scumbag. Worthless as a human being and even more worthless as a leader.

    2. rightknight on August 26th, 2012 10:53 am

      Once you accept your own death, all of a sudden you’re free to live. You no longer care about your reputation. You no longer care except so far as your life can be used tactically to promote a cause you believe in.

      -Saul Alinsky

    3. RK on August 26th, 2012 11:58 am

      Obama, by mocking the birthers with a parody of their idiotic obsession, as well as chastising Fox for the ability to know fake from accurate is actually funny, IMO.

      As one can see and hear, the crowd clearly thought it was funny, with thunderous laughter.

      I’d tell Romney and his supporters; if you need to explain that his comment was a joke, then it’s not funny. BTW, the crowd for Romney, by all measures, is not laughing, but cheering and applauding his “dig”, at Obama’s expense.
      SM: The only ones who Romney needs to explain it that it was a joke is the UNREASONABLE and FAUX OUTRAGED LEFT. Everyone else gets it, its those folks that claim they are so reasonable who don’t get it. Not because they don;t think its a joke, its because they will do anything to distract.

      Speaking of having to explain jokes, you mean like when Barack Obama made fun of special needs Special Olympic athletes. CUZ that was just a friggin laugh-riot. But I guess everyone who thinks BO is so likable thinks using “special Olympics” as a negative is funny.


    4. RK on August 26th, 2012 12:59 pm

      I doubt there is any way to explain how and why the Romney bit is funny. Anyways, you can’t just tell a person it is funny; they get to decide that. Also, I don’t care about “the left” or anyone else’s perspective; I only speak for me. I’m also not outraged (faux or not); I just don’t believe it’s a joke. Period. Nothing you can say will change my opinion.

      On the other hand, with a clear explanation or theory why the Obama Lion King joke is indeed funny, there is no response or acknowledgement. Hmmmmm???

      As to your new topic; I don’t see a joke in the bowling video myself. It was a poor attempt at humor, not intended to diminish Special Olympians, but self-deprecating on the part of Obama.

      Unless one thinks he is that crass and insensitive, I suppose. But why would Obama (and Jay) laugh if this was anything close to a serious comment by Obama.
      SM: self-deprecating humor is hardly at the expense of others.

      You said …
      “But why would Obama (and Jay) laugh if this was anything close to a serious comment by Obama.”

      Answer, because they are both incredibly insensitive assbites. This is liberal humor, making a joke at the expense of those who have more class and drive than these two morons could ever dream of having. Sorry, I have done volunteer work for the “Special Olympics”. I have never met more inspiring individuals than these athletes. They hardly need to be the brunt of some one’s joke. But Obama is above being called out. This is yet another example of media bias. Although he was called out to apologize and he gave some half-assed one, had it been a Republican, there would have been more than one apology needed.

    5. RK on August 26th, 2012 2:53 pm

      #4-SM : As I said, “a poor attempt at humor . . . self-deprecating on the part of Obama”

      Wikipedia says: “the act of belittling or undervaluing oneself” – Obama referring to his bowling scores in a “poor attempt at humor” with a comparison to Special Olympics (i.e – an explanation why his score was low).

      The mention of Special Olympics is the comparative example to himself; the poor attempt used to belittle himself and his low score. I didn’t see this as a joke – it wasn’t funny.


      OK; they laughed at the poor attempt at humor. A bad reaction! However, my comment used the key word “serious”, in that this was not intended to be a serious comment. Do you think that it was?
      SM: Are you on crack? We use a little funny line and this is not meant to be serious since you seem to have an issue being able to differentiate … “put the crack pipe down”.

      No, i do not think he was making a serious comment about Special Olympics and himself. Special Olympic athletes have more class and honor in their little pinky than Obama could ever have. He was trying to act cool and make a joke at the expense of others. He used the term “Special Olympics” as a pejorative. You have to be an ignoramus as a President to make such a comment about special needs individuals.

      Honestly, what it does is tells you all about Obama’s character. If he would make such a poor, rotten and mean joke in front of millions. Imagine what he does when no one is looking? That is the definitions of character.

      Sorry, but there is no way of justifying Obama basically making a “retard” joke. Don’t even go there.


    6. RK on August 26th, 2012 5:44 pm

      Wow – You know, I’d never use that kind of language myself; but hey, I’m not you.
      SM: I have no idea what you are talking about, but I certainly do not need any condemnation from you either. Sorry, I think your so called Obamamessiah making jokes about Special Olympics is language I don’t use. Cut your nonsense and making an attack against me just because you cannot defend the rottenness of your President.

    7. RK on August 26th, 2012 10:41 pm

      The “r” word.

      No attack given, BTW. I was clearly talking about me, as to what language I would never use; and simply that we’re different in that regard.

      Any inferred attack would have to be limited to “use” of such language, which is historically accurate, but that is by no means an attack.
      SM: If you know anything about me, I HATE THE “R” WORD”. I used it for what Obama and his minions do. Having done volunteer work with Special Olympics and coached kids with Downs, trust me … i loath the reference.


      My personal opinion is I have never met an individual with special needs who did not have more honor and integrity than any politician, namely Obama. Once you ever do work with Special Olympic athletes, your life is changed forever.

    8. RK on August 27th, 2012 9:10 am

      I accept your explanation of what this word means to you.

      I guess I just didn’t understand that putting it in quotes changes its use.

    9. RK on August 27th, 2012 9:28 am

      Thanks for the link to a prior SM discussion on language. That article included a link and mention of the ACA and called out its use of the phrase “mentally retarded.”

      It seemed an interesting usage, so I searched Cong Bills to better understand that phrase. The results were illuminating; there were 392 references from 1993-2012 with that exact phrase. Dem and Rep were both well represented in these bills, so party seemed unimportant.

      One conclusion from such a cursory look, is that the phrase has legal significance, and ongoing usage is so that new bills are aligned with past laws, where exact references are necessary for legal continuity.

      I found this very interesting, and it was your info that got me looking for new data. Thanks!

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