Holy birthers, things are getting ugly. With The Donald out there stirring the crazy with his birther brew, Mitt Romney finds himself in a bit of a pickle. Oh, not about whether he can stand next to Trump and take his money — no decision there! — but if he were to go Palin, some of his choices might be off the table.
As Mitt Romney tries to pick his VP candidate, conservatives find themselves torn to bits over the browner options. Apparently in birther minds, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Florida Senator Marco Rubio may not be legally eligible to be Vice Presidents, because while they were born in the US, their parents were not citizens at the time.
Burning questions from the minds running that big GOP tent.
The good news for conservatives is that while alleged news anchor Bret Baier of Fox News has been unable to be sure about the President’s eligibility in spite of proof positive of his birth certificate and his mother being in the country while she gave birth to him, he was able to reach a definite conclusion about conservatives being targeted by birthers.
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