Andrew McCarthy is another. In a post on National Review he writes this:
So, assuming as we should the legitimacy of the long-form birth certificate produced yesterday….
Yeah, see that's part of the problem, Andrew. Why should I assume that a document suddenly produced after 3 years of legal wrangling, delay, denial, and millions of dollars of legal defense is the genuine article? Tell me, what has Hussein0 done to merit this grace of the assumption-this "benefit of the doubt"? By that standard, John Kerry would have been President and Dan Rather would still have a job.
Yep, whether it's an obvious fake (and it is) or not, we all need to move on from this 'distraction.' After all, Conservatives are far too stupid to focus on more than one thing at a time, so if we keep talking about this issue, we'll be totally ignoring all the other illegal and unConstitutional stuff the Obummer Regime is up to. And plus, the Oppressives might make fun of us and call us names.
So, according to you so-called 'Conservatives' or 'Patriots,' we should now completely ignore the Constitution and the rule of law, simply because it might be unpopular or inconvenient to call for adherence to them? Or because others have gotten away with similar or distantly-related things before? Why don't you fools go contribute to Wonkette and leave the serious writing to those of us who understand what a principle is?
Anyway, I was going to roll with this concept in graphic--and no doubt boring--detail, but Alvie one-upped me before I could type the first character. I gotta learn to think faster.