Despite President Obama’s announcement that he’s running for a second term, Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily’s not buying it. Farah writes:
I know this sounds crazy.
I know it goes completely against the grain of mainstream political opinion.
I know you probably haven’t heard this anywhere else before.
But I don’t think Barack Obama will be on the Democratic ballot as a candidate for re-election to the presidency.
And I know he’s not going to win a second term.
I’m in agreement with Farah; it does sound crazy. Farah goes on to quote Obama saying that he and his family is not hung up on his being President, but doesn’t take into account the fact that Obama has already announced. Farah thinks (or at least claims to think) that his fringe claims (and Farah admits that 99.9% of the press disagrees with him) about a phony birth certificate and/or his civic re-education program designed to change the meaning of the Constitution will precipitate the crisis that will ruin Obama’s chances in 2012.
I doubt that Farah believes any of this, but this self-serving editorial will stir up the faithful, and that’s all Farah cares about. I don’t know who will win the 2012 election, but I’m pretty sure who will be the Democratic candidate. Wanna bet me, Joey?