MI-07 — August 17, 2011 at 9:34 am

Tim Walberg doesn’t understand what “religious” means. And he’s still a birther.


Oh, for cryin’ out loud. I cannot believe this idiot is my representative in Washington, D.C. He apparently, has no clue what “religious” means and, guess what, he’s still a freaking birther.

Walberg criticized President Obama for his approach to defending Israel, saying Obama, “doesn’t get it.”

Invoking what he called “biblical history and imperative,” Walberg said, “I want God’s blessing on this country and that blessing that’s on Israel as God’s chosen people will be carried out to this country as well. That’s not religious, that’s historical and I will stand with that,” Walberg said.

“That’s not religious”? Eh? Mr. Walberg, have you lost any semblance of having a grip on reality? When you talk about “God’s blesssing on this country” and God’s “blessing that’s on Israel as God’s chosen people”, dude that is nothing BUT religious.

And then there’s … this:

Responding to two questioners who brought up the issue of Obama’s birth place, Walberg did not tell the questioners that the issue had been settled by Obama when he released his birth certificate in April.

“Regardless of whether the license that he showed is true or fake, I’ve not seen it other than what was portrayed in the news. The House is controlled by the majority party being the Republicans, the Senate by the Democrats, the attorney general by the Democrats. That’s the answer. One and a half years. One and a half years. That’s when we do the do-over,” Walberg said.

He also said, “though I would like to have that question finally answered as much as anybody else, yet it takes my eye off the ball of all that I have to do.

For future reference, Mr. Walberg, the answer to the question about whether or not President Obama’s birth certificate is real and whether or not President Obama is a citizen is, unequivocally, without hesitation, and in forceful terms, “Of course he is. Of course. Next question?”