Birthers in Atlanta should not take FEMA help : a test ?
" Will birthers with flooded basements accept Obama's legitimacy now?"
~ Andisheh Nouraee, News and Views 09-22-09
I just ran across a blog post which speaks my own mind exactly.
Considering the fact that 53% of Southerners believe that Obama is a usurper - an illegitimate presider because he violates Constitutional law which states only natural born citizens of the US may serve as President - then does not this put them in a quandary in Atlanta right now?
Due to the massive flooding after eight days of rain, Georgia Governor Perdue has requested the President issue a federal declaration of disaster. Along with this, taxpayer dollars would be sent through FEMA to state areas effected by flooding.
If many of these people with flooded homes believe Obama is the "Usurper", then should they accept his disaster relief right now?
The AJC reports this morning Gov. Sonny Perdue has asked President Obama to issue a disaster declaration for Georgia. A federal disaster declaration would bring federal taxpayer assistance to parts of Georgia effected by the past week’s flooding.
Perdue’s request creates an ethical dilemma for the estimated 53 percent of southerners who do not believe Obama was born in the United States and therefore isn’t eligible to be President. Will birthers whose homes have been damaged by flood waters accept federal disaster aid from a President whose legitimacy they otherwise don’t accept?
If FEMA comes knocking on a birther’s door, will the birther say “Go away, FEMA person, because I do not accept the authority of unlawfully-elected Secret Kenyans!”
I somehow doubt it.