Listen, Denver 9 News reporter Kyle Clark, Rep. Mike Coffman stands by his statement that he misspoke and he apologizes. What about that statement do you not get? That he misspoke? Or that he apologizes? Let him clear it up for you. He stands by his statement that he misspoke and he apologizes. Want him to turn it up? HE STANDS BY HIS STATEMENT THAT HE MISSPOKE. AND HE APOLOGIZES. Watch Rep. Mike Coffman shit himself on camera in this tragic hostage video, after the jump!
“I don’t know whether Barack Obama was born in the United States of America. I don’t know that,” Coffman told donors. “But I do know this, that in his heart, he’s not an American. He’s just not an American.”
Informed that the comments were recorded, the Coffman campaign issued a written statement.
“I misspoke and I apologize. I have confidence in President Obama’s citizenship and legitimacy as President of the United States,” the statement read. “I don’t believe the President shares my belief in American Exceptionalism. His policies reflect a philosophy that America is but one nation among many equals,” the statement read. “As a Marine, I believe America is unique and based on a core set of principles that make it superior to other nations.”
Got it, so Barack Obama is totally American except in his heart. Good misspokenness. Good apology! Rep. Mike Coffman is going places, like maybe back to the factory for a reset.