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Obama must resign in 90 days

Pastor Manning says so in this January 31, 2011 video. Manning doesn’t explain exactly there the authority for his jury came from, but bear with me. A significant part of this video is various citations from folks like Tim Adams, who say that Obama has no long-form birth certificate. 90 days from January 31 would be May 1, 2011. Could it be that Obama in order to stave off removal from office, released his long form on April 27, just hours before Manning’s deadline?

Naaaah.

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21 Responses to Obama must resign in 90 days

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    Daniel August 28, 2011 at 5:40 pm #

    I doubt Obama was even considering this small time loon Manning when he timed the release of the LFBC. I suspect the timing was more designed to deliver a kick in the nuts to Trump, which it most certainly did.

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    Stanislaw August 28, 2011 at 6:22 pm #

    Daniel:
    I doubt Obama was even considering this small time loon Manning when he timed the release of the LFBC. I suspect the timing was more designed to deliver a kick in the nuts to Trump, which it most certainly did.

    I’m inclined to agree. Like others who suffer from ODS he greatly overstates his importance.

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    Bran Mak Morn August 28, 2011 at 7:23 pm #

    I love this comment from the video:

    “Alert, Nuclear bombs on over five of our cities, befor 9/11. Obama and fiends go underground. UN forces mop up. Total black out soon. Obama’s & the natzi Soro’s plan and money. Our Military does not know, he is illigal in a Jury court. Keep gas tanks full, head for the hills. Jesus may come first, for those with their lamps full. Others will have to survive, or be killed, without salvation. Jesus is our salvation from idoltry since Adam and Eve chose to be as gods, and created this mess.
    MsNanh 1 week ago ”

    LOL

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    Fazil Iskander August 28, 2011 at 9:26 pm #

    maybe i’m alone in this but … i think watching this man is like watching a mentally handicapped person dressed in a suit. it’s not only that manning’s opinions are fringe for the fringe and that his belief in his own authority is delusional, it’s that it feels slightly wrong to pay attention to him. i wonder if even rabid birthers mightn’t feel that manning is out to lunch when he invokes satan.

    as a canadian, i’m interested in birtherism because it’s a fascinating lesson in civics and in the way “reality” is constructed. (how misinformation spreads and becomes part of political dialogue.) there seems little profit in listening to manning, though, because he simply does not make sense to me. (there’s something about how much his demeanor – fairly calm – is at odds with his thinking.)

    i’d be grateful if one of you – any american – let me know if you feel this man is a legitimate voice. and by “legitimate” i mean one that can command the attention of anyone or any group with sufficient numbers to influence the outcome of an election. the thought that manning has influence boggles the mind, but i realized as i watched this clip that i’m not quite sure just how weird your general electorate has become. (apologies if this question is hopelessly naive.)

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    G August 28, 2011 at 10:25 pm #

    Fazil, I concur with your analysis of Manning. He’s a deeply pathetic and disturbed clown trying to mask his own major issues of inadequacy and self-loathing. Obviously, like all delusional figures, he’s got a small cult following of fellow delusional nuts, but that is all.

    No serious people take him seriously at all.

    Fazil Iskander: maybe i’m alone in this but … i think watching this man is like watching a mentally handicapped person dressed in a suit. it’s not only that manning’s opinions are fringe for the fringe and that his belief in his own authority is delusional, it’s that it feels slightly wrong to pay attention to him. i wonder if even rabid birthers mightn’t feel that manning is out to lunch when he invokes satan.as a canadian, i’m interested in birtherism because it’s a fascinating lesson in civics and in the way “reality” is constructed. (how misinformation spreads and becomes part of political dialogue.) there seems little profit in listening to manning, though, because he simply does not make sense to me. (there’s something about how much his demeanor – fairly calm – is at odds with his thinking.)i’d be grateful if one of you – any american – let me know if you feel this man is a legitimate voice. and by “legitimate” i mean one that can command the attention of anyone or any group with sufficient numbers to influence the outcome of an election. the thought that manning has influence boggles the mind, but i realized as i watched this clip that i’m not quite sure just how weird your general electorate has become. (apologies if this question is hopelessly naive.)

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    Brian August 28, 2011 at 11:13 pm #

    Weird. So it’s not just where is the birth certificate. It is the – where is the court order about the birth certificate?

    Obviously. In response to a phantom court order in a non-existent court case the President suddenly released his “birth certificate” to prevent a judge in a black robe from coming over to the White House and forcing the President to abdicate his office.

    Now it all makes perfect sense.

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    misha August 29, 2011 at 1:05 am #

    I have written this before, and it is worth repeating:

    Manning has several felony convictions, and his PhD is from his unaccredited basement institution.

    Manning burgled homes, mostly on Long Island. He spent about three and a half years in prison in New York and Florida for burglary, robbery, larceny, criminal possession of a weapon, and other charges.

    He believes only black people should be allowed to live in Harlem. Manning calls Harlem All The Land Anointed Holy. He, like Glenn Beck, are nothing more than rabble rousers.

    Manning spent time in prison for his crimes. Glenn Beck, however, has managed to avoid serious inquiries about a heinous crime he may be involved in.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_David_Manning

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    AnotherBird August 29, 2011 at 4:42 am #

    Fazil Iskander:
    maybe i’m alone in this but … i think watching this man is like watching a mentally handicapped person dressed in a suit. it’s not only that manning’s opinions are fringe for the fringe and that his belief in his own authority is delusional, it’s that it feels slightly wrong to pay attention to him. i wonder if even rabid birthers mightn’t feel that manning is out to lunch when he invokes satan.

    as a canadian, i’m interested in birtherism because it’s a fascinating lesson in civics and in the way “reality” is constructed. (how misinformation spreads and becomes part of political dialogue.) there seems little profit in listening to manning, though, because he simply does not make sense to me. (there’s something about how much his demeanor – fairly calm – is at odds with his thinking.)

    i’d be grateful if one of you – any american – let me know if you feel this man is a legitimate voice. and by “legitimate” i mean one that can command the attention of anyone or any group with sufficient numbers to influence the outcome of an election. the thought that manning has influence boggles the mind, but i realized as i watched this clip that i’m not quite sure just how weird your general electorate has become. (apologies if this question is hopelessly naive.)

    I don’t know how much influence he has. However, rational people will look at his in the same way that you described in your first paragraph. Some more harshly, others with humor and irony.

    My view is that he s using this as a means to get more money for his church. The 90 days gives people enough time to help him prepare. For what? I don’t know.

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    Dr. Conspiracy August 29, 2011 at 6:40 am #

    No, Manning is unknown outside the small circle of hard core birthers and birther watchers. I consider Manning a huckster rather than someone with a mental defect.

    Fazil Iskander: i’d be grateful if one of you – any american – let me know if you feel this man is a legitimate voice. and by “legitimate” i mean one that can command the attention of anyone or any group with sufficient numbers to influence the outcome of an election

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    J. Potter August 29, 2011 at 7:12 am #

    Manning is best consumed in small doses. His ability to keep a straight face convinces me he is in his own self-reinforced bubble.

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    Horus August 29, 2011 at 10:44 am #

    “90 days from January 31 would be May 1, 2011. ”

    May 1, 2011 is the day Obama announced that he killed Osama bin Laden!

    A conspiracy inside a conspiracy!

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    dunstvangeet August 29, 2011 at 11:22 am #

    Horus,

    Don’t you know anything…

    Barack Obama has had Osama bin Laden killed since his first day in office. The real killing of Osama bin Laden was January 20, 2009. It was actually ordered by Bush when he left office, but wasn’t complete until Obama was in place. He was able to keep it under wraps, and was planning on releasing it in October of 2012, giving them the win, riding the coattails of it into a second term.

    What the birthers did was force Obama to release his October Surprise early and not able to use it in the 2012 Election…

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    Fazil Iskander August 29, 2011 at 12:10 pm #

    thank you, all, for your answers.
    good to know what’s what. if he’s a huckster as you say, Dr C, he’s more despicable that i thought, since he’s aware of exactly what level his message is to be pitched at and maintains that level throughout. so, what we’re watching is, in effect, the manipulation of a small group of people, a fringe within a fringe, who can’t or won’t think for themselves. i wish i could find it amusing.

    manning is very very odd, but i guess jim jones (among others) has been there before him.

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    Its Funny August 29, 2011 at 1:44 pm #

    You all are missing the hidden message. Turn off the volume. Turn on the Closed Captioning. It becomes much clearer if you know “how” to “listen”.

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    jayHG August 29, 2011 at 2:36 pm #

    Of course President Obama did not release his birth certificate because of this fool. If President Obama knows of him at all, it’s the same way I learned of him……by an e-mail sent around to a bunch of us so that we could laugh at the absurdity of this idiot…..

    He’s a nut – something is seriously wrong with him – but then again, he might be one of those folks who just spouts the most crazy thing they can think of and if it gets attention, any kind of attention, that’s okay with him.

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    Dr. Conspiracy August 29, 2011 at 3:16 pm #

    My favorite closed caption “truism” was when I was watching Fox News and someone said that George Bush’s policies had been “rat identified” by the American people, mistaking “ratified.”

    Its Funny: You all are missing the hidden message. Turn off the volume. Turn on the Closed Captioning. It becomes much clearer if you know “how” to “listen”.

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    aarrgghh August 29, 2011 at 3:37 pm #

    i’m curious how you put manning in one kettle but not the other. i’m no lawyer or doctor and i know nothing about his atlah “church” but when he speaks i hear an incomprehensible madman, albeit a still harmless one. i see a looney tunes drug dealer as hopelessly in thrall to his “product” as his junkies. in a falwell, robertson or perry, you can still see the knowing wink in their eye, but in manning’s i see only the empty stare of someone talking past me because he doesn’t even know i’m there.

    listening to someone like he, lucas smith, i hear a huckster through and through — a lucid and smooth-talking, if hopelessly incompetent, sociopath, but i’ve never considered him insane.

    orly taitz? narcissism seems to be her mutant superpower. compulsively repetitive, predictable, always expecting a different result — a walking and stalking portrait of that cliché about insanity. still, i’m shy of declaring her such, but wouldn’t argue with a professional diagnosis. unlike manning, she’s still comprehensible, if disorganized, undisciplined and like all of the birfer “leadership”, thoroughly unprincipled.

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    No, Manning is unknown outside the small circle of hard core birthers and birther watchers. I consider Manning a huckster rather than someone with a mental defect.

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    sponson August 29, 2011 at 7:46 pm #

    Obama-basher alert: his Kenyan uncle was arrested while apparently drunk driving. I have a feeling many conspiracy theorists will jump on this random event.

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    richCares August 30, 2011 at 7:43 pm #

    American University professor Allan Lichtman is on a winning streak spanning nearly three decades , Lichtman created a formula that has correctly predicted the winner of each presidential election since 1984, beginning with the reelection of President Ronald Reagan. He has just predicted the winner for 2012, Obama. ‘\”Even if I am being conservative, I don’t see how Obama can lose,'” Lichtman said. http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/08/30/never-fail-prediction-system-shows-2012-win-for-obama/

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    Thrifty September 1, 2011 at 5:05 pm #

    I decided to try and watch this. I saw it was 18 minutes long, so I sort of listened to it while doing other stuff. A bit later, I thought the 18 minutes was up, so I went to check how close it was. Turns out I was only 3 and a half minutes in.

    So apparently a shadowy cabal paid off Bill O’Reilly, the Tea Party, and Glenn Beck, so that they would call Birthers foolish?

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    Thrifty September 1, 2011 at 5:23 pm #

    This thing really goes off the rails. A shadowy cabal had Marilyn Monroe killed? Obama is to blame for the deaths caused by the earthquake in Haiti?