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Posted at 12:31 PM ET, 01/26/2011

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By Ezra Klein

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By Ezra Klein  | January 26, 2011; 12:31 PM ET
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Why don't you do a piece on the MADNESS OF ABERCROMBIE

WHAT is this guy doing?

I suppose there are these possibilities:

1) Is he really an idiot? Trying to help Obama, but sinking him?

2) For some reason, Abercrombie is working without Obama - a snub or something -

3) This is a conspiracy - to stir up the birthers and Obama really wants this story to be in the news

4) Obama is a spy for another country

5) Why is Abercrombie so convinced that the child he say he knew is really Obama?

Also, Abercrombie NOW says he remembers Obama as a 5 year old, playing t-ball. (first, the way Obama throws, that is IMPOSSIBLE)

However, Obama's father divorced - so Abercrombie probably would have seen the young Obama AFTER the divorce.

But when did Obama move to Indonesia???

Obama's mother supposedly moved to Washington State soon after Obama was born - so Abercrombie must have met Obama during visits to Hawaii or some other time.

There is something wrong here.


Otherwise, the country has to come to the conclusion THAT THERE IS NO EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT WHAT THE LIBERALS HAVE BEEN SAYING.

This issue has to be addressed.


Posted by: RainForestRising | January 26, 2011 12:53 PM | Report abuse

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