Tennessee GOP Legislators Support Lawsuit Challenging Obama Citizenship 

From Wonkette.com: The chair of the House Republican Caucus in the world's stupidest imaginable governing body -- the Tennessee state legislature -- is this guy named Glen Casada. Even though "Casada" lacks the proper vowel-to-consonant ratio required to be a "Real American," this guy, along with some other Knox County legislators, will be listed in a new lawsuit challenging Barack Obama's citizenship ...

Wonkette is commenting on this item from Knoxnews.com that reports that Republican legislators Stacey Campfield and Frank Nicely have joined Casada in supporting the suit. Because they think Obama might be one of them aliens. Or something.

Wonkette provided the lovely accompanying photo.

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