Please call me skeptical. It’s a label I proudly wear. Since my first day of second grade, when I traded my homemade chocolate-chip cookies for a smooth-talking fourth-grader’s out-of-ink ballpoint pen, I’ve been a wary consumer.
So, if a presidential candidate tries to hand me a barebones certificate of live birth in lieu of a valid, long-form birth certificate, my skeptical antennae go on alert. I automatically question his motives and whether or not he may be trying to play a little fast and loose with the U.S. Constitution. When that same president purportedly spends over a million dollars on legal fees, merely to keep a simple document sealed, then I’m starting to become curiouser and curiouser.
All in all, though, I might be able to get past the whole long-form birth certificate issue if this president had released the whole host of other life documentation, generally required for high-level job applications.
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To whit, what is in the following documents that might diminish the Obama “narrative,” as sold to the public by marketing guru, David Axelrod, and a strangely incurious media?
Read More: By Kyle-Anne Shiver, American Thinker