Comments:Wikinews interviews Andy Martin, U.S. Republican Party presidential candidate

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Comments from feedback form - "andy martin's MORALE IS DEFINI..."118:29, 25 November 2011
Comments from feedback form - "It's good to have a place to s..."018:16, 2 October 2011
King of the Birthers?111:25, 9 August 2011

Comments from feedback form - "andy martin's MORALE IS DEFINI..."

andy martin's MORALE IS DEFINITELY WAY LOWER THAN AN ANIMAL ... AN IDIOT RACIST PIECE OF SH1T ... AN IDIOT LIKE him SHOULDN'T BE EXIST ON THIS EARTH ... !!!!

111.94.221.249 (talk)18:17, 25 November 2011

-571/10 for spelling and grammar.

It certainly doesn't show in the interview that Martin is suffering from low "morale".

Brian McNeil / talk18:29, 25 November 2011
 

Comments from feedback form - "It's good to have a place to s..."

It's good to have a place to see an article on this candidate

174.55.42.246 (talk)18:16, 2 October 2011

King of the Birthers?

If Andy Martin is truly the King of the Birther movement, then his "reassessment" of Obama's parentage should have made the Birthers reassess their views. Unfortunately, falsehoods like his acquire a life of their own in the conservative blogosphere. This illustrates the power of the Conservative Disinformation Network.

Agapealoha (talk)06:09, 9 August 2011

No man should be blamed or punished or even questioned of his parentage. No matter the beginningn the man is what he makes of himself, Was Jesus an illegitimate to be despised? Was Moses adandoned child of the creek, or was he a great leader of men? What did their parentage have to do withb thei worth as leaders.

Robbygay (talk)11:25, 9 August 2011