Local Right Wing Nut Job Radio Host
Re-Tweets Obvious Falsehood
Mr. Tomczak needs to do some research before re-tweeting an obvious falsehood.
But that would be too difficult for someone like him. After all, to a right wing nut job squawk radio host, facts and fair play are irrelevant.
From the latest bimbo eruption in Arizona over the matter:
By JACQUES BILLEAUD, Associated Press – 2 days ago
Arizona's secretary of state said Wednesday that Hawaii's official verification of President Barack Obama's birth records meets necessary requirements, meaning the president's name will appear on Arizona's ballot in the fall.
Bennett, a Republican, said in a written statement that Hawaii officials "have complied with the request, and I consider the matter closed."
The Romney campaign responded saying the candidate has made his stance on the issue clear.
"I think the citizenship test has been passed," Romney said to CNBC in April, a statement relayed to The Associated Press by his campaign on Wednesday. "I believe the president was born in the United States."
Sadly, Saturday afternoon right wing nut job radio has degenerated into a real dilemma for afficiandos of this discredited genre.
Mr. Tomczak apparently feels it necessary to meet Mr. Berg's low standard in the tweeting department. The race to the bottom between these two gentleman will be interesting to watch.
Sue Jeffers (link) - yet another squawk radio host - has stepped aside from the mike to run for a Ramsey County Commissioner slot. Ms Jeffers is a former owner of Stub and Herbs, and, as a candidate for governor, tried to push Pawlenty even further to the right. Jeffers has a lot in common with Mitch Berg even though they were squawk radio competitors. Perhaps the squawk market will contract in November and Jeffers is a lot smarter than Berg?
I used to think that squawk radio was the last refuge of a scoundrel... Apparently the last refuge is "non-political" positions like County Commissioner or Park Board. There right wing nut jobs can hide out until after the coming November train wreck is cleaned up.