Mark McFarlin, birther Democrat for Gubnor of Michiganders

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Michigan's MLive:





Obscure Democratic candidate for Michigan governor thinks Obama's birth certificate is suspect





I think by 'Obscure' they mean 'Loony'.





Mr. McFarlin is a Democrat running for governor from Bay County. He’s doing it without the blessing of the big shots in his party. He’s doing it without much money, name identification, and most would agree, not much of a chance of wrestling the nomination away from fellow Democrat Mark Schauer.Asked if he believed Mr. O. was born in Hawaii, he said, “No.”





Asked if he believed Mr. O. was born in the United States, he said. “No.”





As a private investigator, Mr. McFarlin argues the document the White House issued to


end this never-ending flap is suspect.





How’s so?





He claims the term “African-American” appears on the line for race on the birth certificate and Mr. McFarlin says at the time Mr. Obama was born the term was not in use. He argues the term should have been “Negro.”





But under further questioning, asked to confirm his notion that the President was not an American citizen, he seemed to walk it back.





“Based on the evidence that is out there that leads me to that direction.”





So he was not sure?





“Exactly. The jury is still out.”[/break1]mlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2013/11/post_93.html]http://www.mlive.com/politics/index.ssf ... st_93.html





He's that perennial losing candidate in Michigan. But I'm sure the birther thing will finally take him over the top.
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http://mediad.publicbroadcasting.net/p/ ... [edit]mimi beat me on the news and the linky for rikker, but here's a photo and I gave McFarlin his own thread.[/edit]
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Reminds me of Sgt. Hulka.
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I'm not sure how this fits in with birthers being 100% totally vindicated and proven conclusively and absolutely right already by Zullo the Clown, who has monumental, universe-shaking evidence so damning it can only be known to Carl Gallups and Mark Gillar. :confuzzled:
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See the photo foggy posted? check out the photo at McFarlin's site now. Caution: music plays upon landing:[/break1]com/home-1.html]http://markmcfarlin.com/home-1.htmlHe's like a realtor who uses the same photo 30 years later. (Or Devvy Kidd.)Maybe he had that photo taken the first time he ran for office.
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Thanks Mimi. You don't run across a lot of conservative populists that are Democrats. Might be why he is "obscure". :-
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He looks grumpy to me. Real grumpy.He's got a frown thrown down! :angry:
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Sharon Rondeau reports that McFarlin will appear on Volin's big BTR shoe.





IS THERE ONE CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE WHO IS NOT AFRAID?





by Sharon Rondeau





WheresObamasBirthCertificate will host a radio show with guest Michigan gubernatorial candidate Mark McFarlin on Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. EST





(Dec. 6, 2013) — Michael Volin, founder of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com, will be hosting candidate for Michigan governor Mark McFarlin on Friday evening on BlogTalkRadio.





The show will run from 8:00 p.m. EST to 10:00 p.m. EST. The Post & Email will be appearing as a guest to pose several questions to McFarlin relating to the law enforcement investigation conducted by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse which determined that the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 is a “computer-generated forgery.”[/break1]thepostemail.com/2013/12/06/wheresobamasbirthcertificate-to-host-gubernatorial-candidate-on-obamas-birth-certificate-forgery/print]http://www.thepostemail.com/2013/12/06/ ... gery/print
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McFarlin has one progressive idea:REPEAL RIGHT TO WORK AND ESTABLISH FAIR LABOR LAWSMichigan's working class should be protected.The right to work legislation is unfair to labor bargaining units. It undermines organized labor because it allows employees to opt out of union dues yet still benefit from the bargaining, this is essentially the right to freeload. The Right to Work needs to be repealed. If an employee hires into a union shop, as under prior law, it should be mandatory to join the union. Unions should be able to flourish within a free enterprise system. That being said, fair labor laws need to be legislated for the benefit of both management and labor. In order to protect workers who are not under an employee contract, or who are not unionized. Under new legislation areas such as unjust termination would be defined, under law, with fairness to both management and labor.[/break1]com/on-the-issues.html]http://markmcfarlin.com/on-the-issues.html
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