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A "Birther" is someone who believes Barack Obama wasn't born in the United States, and is therefore not legally the President. This movie is an extremely fair and accurate depiction of what birthers actually believe.

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DJSimpleDJSimple

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 27, 2009

Well done old bean!

From the reviews I've read so far, the only criticism this flash has received has ranged from "not that funny" to "FUCK U liberal SHIT!!!"

While I have to agree, it wasn't really that funny, it did do a good job at representing the paranoia of the average "birther." For that, you get a gold star...and hugs...

As for the second argument..........does anyone really give a shit?

Also, good work on the animation and voicework. For that, you get a cookie...and another gold star...



NeonicalNeonical

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 27, 2009

Bleh.

I started to write this review before but I accidentally closed the window, so I'll make it brief.

First, I agree with Wade.

Also, being myself a "Birther", I don't find this movie funny at all since it isn't "accurate" in the slightest. Even if it is meant to be satirical, a satire requires itself to be based on some amount of fact. I do not believe there is a Kenyan and/or Muslim conspiracy. I have no love for Bush, post-2001, whatsoever. What I do believe is that Obama has failed to prove his citizenship, especially when his "short form" birth certificate is missing some certifications, and that his own Grandmother claimed to remember Barry being born in Kenya.

If I remember correctly, during the McCain/Obama standoff, Democrats were claiming John McCain also was not a legal US citizen.

I will throw you a few stars just for the quality of animation and voice acting. Admittedly, I laughed at the watermelon as well. But other than that, you're just spreading a misconception that those who do not understand what the "Birthers" actually believe may take for granted.



UltimaKewlUltimaKewl

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 27, 2009

so true...

he has provided his birth certificate or the short form version, the only kind hawaii uses
as well as birth announcements from 2 different newspapers

since you cannot ignore such obvious evidence, anyone that still believes obama was not born in the USA must also believe that said evidence was faked.
why fake something like this? obviously some kind of giant conspiracy.
combine this with all the other crazy things people believe about obama and you get this...



WadeFulpWadeFulp

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 27, 2009

LOL!

Funny, but not what Birther's believe, at least I hope not. I don't see anything wrong with people wanting to have it proved that Obama was born in the USA. Those who are extreme with this view and go out and protest are labeled as "Birthers". Now you know damn well if Arnold S. tried to run for President, as a Republican, the Democrats would be in an uproar because he wasn't born in the USA. If they tried to change the law so a US citizen, who wasn't born in the USA, could run as President so Arnold could run, the Dems would do everything in their power to prevent such a law from being passed.

I think any President, no matter what their party affiliation is, should have to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they were legally born in the USA. I do not think it is fair people are being labeled "birthers" when the Democrats would do the exact same thing if the situation was reversed.


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tlgmedia responds:

Ok, MAYBE this isn't 100% accurate. We might have taken a few liberties here and there. Very minor things.

In my mind, Obama has proven beyond doubt that he was born in Hawaii. They released his birth certificate and had it thoroughly checked by FactCheck.org to prove it's real. On top of that, they released the newspaper announcement of his birth, and the only reason they haven't released a "long-form" certificate is that Hawaii doesn't actually issue a form like that. When Ann Coulter criticizes a position like this it's probably about time to drop it.

I think no matter what your political affiliation, there's better things to criticize Obama about beyond where you think he was born.


James-Q-FirewindJames-Q-Firewind

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 27, 2009

Yeah, that's really how it happened

Of course that's how it happen. Islamic extremists positing as Christians used Voodoo to see into the future. It all makes sense. (Seriously, how can people believe a person named Orly Taitz? It's like the perfect frat boy X-box gamer tag)

O'RLY, Taitz?