Arch-conservative Alan Keyes is not giving Barack Obama any honeymoon.
After the Los Angeles Times "Top of the Ticket" column picked up Keyes' comments - taken from an impromptu interview posted to YouTube - about Obama from last week, those comments have been the buzz of the web this past weekend.
Keyes, a former U.S. ambassador, ran against Obama in 2004 as the Republican Senate candidate in Illinois.
In his diatribe against the new president, Keyes calls Obama a "radical communist" and says "he will destroy this country" and warns that unless he is stopped, America "will cease to exist."
Keyes also says Obama has failed constitutional muster to become president, since, Keyes argues, Obama was born in Kenya.
Obama has stated he was born in Hawaii. His campaign has released his Certificate of Live Birth - not his actual birth certificate. Hawaii state officials said they reviewed the actual birth certificate and that Obama was born in the state of Hawaii.
Also, Obama's family placed a legal advertisement in a Hawaii newspaper days after he was born.
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