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Dr. Phil to Oprah: I hoped You Would Stop this Constitutional Crisis

In a Press Release today, Philadelphia Attorney Philip J. Berg announced that he had written to Oprah Winfrey, expressing his disappointment that she did not convince Barack Obama to be a man and step down.

I hoped that you, Oprah, because of your closeness to Obama and your significant role as a national leader, would review the information I sent to you, and speak with Obama and then come to a resolution for the best interest of our great nation. I had hoped that Obama, because he knows he is ‘not constitutionally qualified.’ that he should hold a Press Conference and Obama should state that I, as a black African American, received more votes than anyone else on November 4, 2008 for President and on January 8, 2009 the Joint Session of Congress counted the Electoral College votes and announced that I am President-elect, but because of things in my background, I cannot be sworn in as President.

Hey Phil, why don’t you step next door to Dr. Getson’s office and have a little chat?

4 Responses to Dr. Phil to Oprah: I hoped You Would Stop this Constitutional Crisis

  1. bogus info January 19, 2009 at 6:28 pm  (Quote) #

    Berg could sure use some therapy and medications too.But Berg needs a stat Rx. for medication.

  2. mimi January 19, 2009 at 9:15 pm  (Quote) #

    Yeah. I just saw that. And to think Berg is the most sane of the birfers. Amazing.

  3. Tes January 20, 2009 at 9:13 am  (Quote) #

    calling Dr. Phil … calling Dr. Phil

  4. bogus info January 21, 2009 at 9:13 am  (Quote) #

    I have come to the conclusion that Berg and Doc Orly are competing for the “spotlight”. I’m not sure which one wins the “prize.” Berg tried to send Oprah a letter and Orly tried to get a subpeona served on President Obama on inauguration day. Should we put it to a vote?

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