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Friday, April 08, 2011
Comedy alert: See if you can spot Trump undercover operatives in Honolulu
by Larry Geller
Self-proclaimed birther Donald Trump is now so doubtful of President Obama's birthplace that he's sent a team of his own investigators to Hawaii in hopes of getting to the bottom of the issue.
That's according to Trump himself, who, in an interview with NBC, warned his investigators just might uncover "one of the greatest cons in the history of politics and beyond."
"I have people that have been studying it and they cannot believe what they're finding," Trump said an interview that aired Thursday Morning.
Asked if he has assigned people specifically to search in Hawaii, Trump said, "Absolutely."
[CNN, Trump sends investigators to Hawaii to look into Obama, 4/7/2011]
Each day, crowds queue up at the Department of Health to apply for marriage licenses, for example. Most sport t-shirts and flip-flops. So if you see a bunch of guys dressed in business suits and dark glasses, those might be the Trump operatives lining up to ask for Obama’s birth certificate.
What else can they do?
Will they be making midnight raids on file cabinets or hacking into DOH computer systems? Will they be bribing guards at Kapiolani Hospital for access to their musty archives?
Trump’s effort could be amusing. Why not make the most of it. If anyone spots these special ops around Honolulu, why not keep your camera phone handy and maybe tweet it to the popular hash code #Hawaii so we can all laugh.
Or see if they’ll pay for information. Our budget needs balancing. For a few tens of millions, just pocket change for Trump, maybe a deal could be struck. For $100 a copy, the previously floated proposal, no. For $100 million, why not? Would our legislators change the privacy law for a good deal? Sure they would, it’s only a question of haggling over the price.
I saw the interview between Mr. Bankruptcy himself Donald Trump and Meredith Vierra. While most people already know "The Donald" is just a juvenile windbag Meredith Vierra just looked clueless when faced with obvious lies spewing from Donald's mouth. Corporate media strikes again.
What a perfect ticket: either Trump-Palin or Palin-Trump. With the latter, at least she couldn't be fired.
What a disgrace that this pathetic fraud continues to get media coverage ... from anyone other than Fox, of course.
Another garden variety alcoholic, thinking he is unique.
BTW, he sports some strange skin colors on his face.
Truly a windbag thatʻs too full of himself. See, bankruptcy has a way of healing if you start working for the government. Loser, heads straight for the government welfare check. (With cows in tow)
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