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Monday, September 12, 2011

New York Daily News' S.E. Cupp's Twitter Account: Plane flying over the Tampa debate hall says "Where is the real birth certificate?"!/secupp/status/113363171456196608

Hat tip to George Miller from

UPDATE: It's a bird! It's a plane! It's the … eligibility question!. Campaign puts dispute over constitutional requirement in front of GOP's top tier. MORE HERE:

We Have a Criminal and Forger in the White House! 20110627 issue Wash Times Natl Wkly pg 5


  1. Nice, need more people to keep this out in the open.

  2. Nice job here. Now this is some creativity.
    We don't have a media that is going to help us. And still only 16% of the people of the USA get their news from the Internet. If we are going to win this, we have got to do other things.

    Here's some I can think of. I would be interested in some other ideas.

    1. Billboards in Your town. WND has a place you can donate.
    2. Mailers to the people of influence and who are in contact with lots of people - not to these cowards who "represent" us: but rather: doctors, pastors, teachers, barbers etc.
    3. Sticky notes on restaurant tables.
    4. Sticky notes in bathroom stalls in public places. Reading the sports page is popular at urinals at Hooters. Why not the Birther report?
    5. Town halls - take copies of the literature with you. Put it on the tables.
    6. Put literature into your neighbor's newspaper mailboxes as you take a walk.
    7. Community message boards like at many grocery stores.
    8. Churches
    9. Pay someone to hold up a cardboard sign all day at the busiest intersection. I see them doing it all the time with these Going Out of Business signs
    10. Staple a message to the Halloween candy you give out.

  3. That is badass!!!!

  4. BN Some great ideas!
    (hope I don't get busted at Hooters urinals! LOL)
    Yep, there is fun to be had. Post it notes in Grocery stores by Antacids.
    Rearranging magazine displays, placing Globe or any articles telling the TRUTH up front and covering the others.
    Love the Halloween Candy idea. There is a simple way to make candy bar wrappers on line. Google candy bar wrappers.
    HA! Could even do some *spooky Dude* wrappers!

  5. Yep that rocks!!! Great idea Mr. Farrah!! I also love the ideas here by both of you. I so plan on doing some of these. :)))

  6. Why arent any of the candidates being asked for their definition of a natural born citizen? Two of them are in congress and if there are inconsistancey between their definition and the Obama narrative they should immediately start an investigation with a supeona of the birth certificate. The Occidental College records should be quite enlightinging given the admission of drug use by Hussian.

  7. Weekend football games hold great captive audiences. Most of the fans vote and would care, if informed.

  8. I have had fantasies about standing in Lafeyette Park, across the street from the WH with a bullhorn. I have pictured myself asking all kinds of unanswered questions about Obama's birth certificate and invalid social security number very loudly, so that everybody could hear me. But I'm afraid I would be arrested very quickly if I tried that. Something like this must be done however, because the Media is clearly involved in a conspiracy of silence. We have to call them out on this in a very public forum.

  9. California birther/dualer/doubterSeptember 13, 2011 at 3:03 PM

    This is the wall I'm talking about:

  10. I was on a plane the other day and thought of a good idea to advertise the usurper...put on back of t shirt..and go to the bathroom..people will notice your shirt when you return to your have sort of captive audience...


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