So, I have a genuine question. In the midst of all the Obama birther nonsense, I kinda felt like the issue was that he was not legal to hold the office because he was born in Kenya. No one seems to dispute his mother was American. Personally, I accept that he was born in Hawaii. But, based on what Cruz is saying, that should have been irrelevant. Nobody is asking this question on the nws stations, but I honestly want to know what is the difference here between Cruz and Obama. If Obama would have been disqualified if it was proved his birth certificate was not real, then is Cruz not disqualified for being born in Canada?
Again, I truly don't care. I don't believe he can win anyway I just find it amazing Trump is getting traction with this. Teddy also, IMO, shot himself in the foot with the New York values comment. I see more and more people, both Democrat and Republican starting to make peace with the very strong possibility of a Trump candidacy. If established Republicans are pissed, I say you got no one to blame but yourself. I believe there are a lot of good, reasonable Republicans and now that the base has been whipped into a frenzy to hate eveyone who is allegedly part of "the establishment", they are now getting a thin skinned, whiny bitch in Trump who is whipping them. It's taken what, just a week or so for Trump to also slap away Cruz's feeble attempts to swing at the King?
Still, the question remains if anyone wants to take a whack at it. What makes Cruz different from Obama?