Everyone in America now understands Barack Obama tarried for more than two years in releasing his birth certificate publicly – a document absolutely essential to determining his constitutional eligibility for office.
During that two-year period, the national press offered excuse after excuse for Obama’s reticence.
They claimed variously:
that it was unnecessary;
that he was obviously qualified for office;that he couldn’t get his birth certificate;
that the certification of live birth he had previously released was the only document necessary for proof and the only one available to people born in Hawaii;
that it was racist to ask for him to release any more documentation to prove his eligibility.
When the pressure from a skeptical citizenry and the imminent release of a No. 1 best-selling book promised to bring the controversy of Obama’s eligibility to critical mass, he was forced to release what he claimed was his legitimate long-form birth certificate – or, at least, a digital image of it.
The national press was quick to hail that document as the real deal – of course, without any efforts at verification. In fact, the national press, sans WND, chose to ignore a new raging controversy over the legitimacy of that document. To date, only one independent document expert has been quoted by the media suggesting it is authentic – and he claims to have been misquoted entirely.
Read More at WND by Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily
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