Monday, August 31, 2009

Nanobees For The Birther Wannabees

Those who fancy themselves as the "free press", including Joe The Journo, had a field day trying to glorify the "birthers".

If you don't know who the birthers are, good for you; they are those loud mouths who have a difficult time with the Constitution of the U.S., while at the same time claim to be loyal to it.

They have been ranting that the records of Hawaii are not good enough for them, or for us.

The U.S. Constitution has very clear things to say about records which a state creates, and how others in the other 49 states are to honour such records:
Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state.
(Constitution, Article IV, Section I). Of course some of these birthers don't even know they are a state, like Texas for example, where the republican governor there wants to remove "their republic" from the Union.

President Obama has shown his birth certificate officially issued by the State of Hawaii, but they are rebels against the U.S. Constitution instead of defending it.

Why do birthers hate America?

Well, they do not have to keep the brain they have, because nanobees have been tested and hope is on the way:
The researchers attached the major component of bee venom to nano-sized spheres that they call nanobees. In mice, nanobees delivered the bee toxin melittin to tumors while protecting other tissues from the toxin's destructive power. The mice's tumors stopped growing or shrank. The nanobees' effectiveness against cancer in the mice is reported in advance online publication Aug. 10 in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
(Scientific Daily). This is good nanobee news for wannabee birthers who may want to trade their clunker brains in for a better mileage brain.

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