Must have been a rainy night in Georgia, the 11th state to propose legislation questioning whether Obama was born in the U.S.

It surprises me that so many folks still have a cage of rabbits in their stomachs over whether Barack Obama was born in the U.S.
Georgia is the latest state to propose legislation that questions whether our president was born here, joining 10 other states who have measures that want more proof before his name is put on the 2012 ballot.
As you know, foreign born are ineligible to be president. Which should rule out Mike Huckabee, who apparently was born on Mars since he’s so spacey.
Of course, all this birther rhetoric can’t be unbridled from politics. Birthers really can’t beat an egg on this topic but they insist on beating the drums even though Hawaii officials have repeatedly confirmed Obama’s citizenship, his birth certificate has been made public, and courts have rebuffed challenges.
I guess birthers believe that Scopes was a monkey.
Birthers have contended since 2008 that Obama is ineligible to be president. They argue he was actually born in Kenya, his father’s homeland. They have also not been satisfied with the “Certification of Live Birth” Obama has released, which is a digital document.

The Georgia bill would require a certified copy of Obama’s original birth certificate be provided.
By the way, Jimmy Carter was born in Georgia and we all know what a disaster he turned out to be as president. Perhaps Georgians, too, should be barred from the presidency.
If I were Obama, I would resign the presidency, take over Kenya and invade Libya. That should turn the birthers into after-birthers.