A little late to the party, Sarah Palin tries to play catch up with the birthers. I do. I don't. I do. I don't. Zzzzz.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin gave support Thursday to a conspiracy theory promoted by fringe groups, that President Obama may not have an American birth certificate, saying, "I think the public rightfully is still making it an issue."
The little scamp (see dictionary for rogue and scoundrel) made her usual clueless comment while being interviewed on "The Rusty Humphries Show." Anything to promote a cheap book.
The birthers are a loud classless fringe element that started having labor pains during the 2008 presidential campaign.
Palin has agreed to be the keynote speaker at the First National Tea Party Convention at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville Feb. 4-6. Yikes! I gotta get out of town.
"At no point - not during the campaign, and not during recent interviews - have I asked the president to produce his birth certificate or suggested that he was not born in the United States," Palin wrote in a Facebook note posted at 1:16am Eastern time Friday, under the headline "Stupid Conspiracies."
"Voters have every right to ask candidates for information if they so choose. I've pointed out that it was seemingly fair game during the 2008 election for many on the left to badger my doctor and lawyer for proof that Trig is in fact my child. Conspiracy-minded reporters and voters had a right to ask... which they have repeatedly," she wrote.
A copy of the President's birth certificate can be found here - just in case you missed it.