Former Speaker of the HouseÂ Newt Gingrich said recently thatÂ President Obama has a "Kenyan, anti-colonial" worldview.
"Speaking to the National Review, Gingrich pointed to a recent Forbes article by conservative writer Dinesh D'Souza which attempted to trace the origins of Obama's personal and political philosophies," according to The Huffington Post.
Accusing Obama of having a Kenyan view of the world rather than an American view, further propagates the view that Obama is not really an American but a Kenyan at least at heart.
Gingrich goes on to say that Obama has played a con on the citizens of the United States, and now, he is president.
Democrats don't want to discuss the Gingrich interview, but it will be a topic of discussion with the midterm elections looming justÂ a few weeks away.
Is Gingrich in lockstep with radical fringe elements in the United States? Why is this radical fringe element being so vocal? Perhaps, because the truth of Obama's birth has not been laid out clearly to a doubting public.
Is President Obama an American interested in America's best interest, or is he an eloquent speaker without substance? Americans are suffering from high unemployment, and for all the rhetoric and promises of Obama's campaign, it's not just Newt Gingrich who has tough questions for the president. Americans want change, but we have gottenÂ more spending, and terribly high unemployment. As long as president Obama doesn't make his birth certificate readily available to the public, this ugliness will not go away.