‘Apr. 10, 2011’
‘Donald Trump says his investigative team is still digging up evidence that President Obama was born in Kenya (or, at least, wasn’t born in Hawaii)’.(2)
‘PPP’s newest national poll finds Donald Trump just continuing to grow his lead over the GOP field’.
‘He is at 29% to 15% for Ben Carson, 9% for Jeb Bush, 8% for Carly Fiorina, 7% for Marco Rubio, 6% each for Ted Cruz and John Kasich, and 5% each for Mike Huckabee and Scott Walker’.
‘Our new poll finds that Trump is benefiting from a GOP electorate that thinks Barack Obama is a Muslim and was born in another country, and that immigrant children should be deported’.
‘66% of Trump’s supporters believe that Obama is a Muslim to just 12% that grant he’s a Christian’.
‘61% think Obama was not born in the United States to only 21% who accept that he was’.
‘And 63% want to amend the Constitution to eliminate birthright citizenship, to only 20% who want to keep things the way they are’.
(2) : http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-obama-birth-certificate-2011-4
Does Scott Walker know there is an internet?
Go to the :30 second mark…..
‘Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign is crashing and burning. Walker’s constant lies have reached an absurd level as he now claims that he never talked about building a Canadian wall on Meet The Press’.
“This is just a joke in terms of how people react to things. I’ve said for some time that we need to secure the southern border. I’ve talked about the infrastructure, the personnel and the technology needed there. I’ve talked about enforcing the laws. People should go back and watch what I said on Sunday. I never said that at all….I’ve never talked about a wall at the north, I’m certainly not now. That’s just what happens when things get run amok.”
“The president’s made it very clear he’s not going to sign any bill that includes defunding of Planned Parenthood, so that’s another issue that awaits a new president, hopefully with a different point of view about Planned Parenthood,” McConnell said Monday on the Kentucky station WYMT’s “Issues and Answers.”
Would that ‘other point of view’ be like the American public?
‘Americans broadly support providing federal funding for free women’s health exams, screenings and contraception services, a Reuters/Ipsos poll has found, suggesting risks for Republicans criticizing Planned Parenthood as part of the 2016 campaigns’.
‘Support for federal funding of Planned Parenthood itself to provide those services was even stronger, according to the Reuters/Ipsos released on Wednesday’.(2)