Jay Maynard (jmaynard) wrote,
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Is Obama eligible to become President of the United States?

A long-time Democrat who's served as chairman of his county party and ran for office as a Democrat has filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia claiming he's not. He may or may not be right. Obama's reaction to this is suspicious, however: If the lawsuit is all wet, all Obama has to do is prove he's a natural-born citizen of the US. This is simply done by producing a birth certificate to the court.

He's refused to do so.

What is Obama hiding?

Yes, I know he's posted images of his birth certificate to his website, and factcheck.org has posted one as well. There's only one problem: they're different. (Something else I wasn't aware of: factcheck.org is owned and run by the same Chicago organization that Obama served as a director for years. Can you say "conflict of interest"?)

Squelching this one would be ridiculously simple. Why is Obama refusing to do so?

Watch the video for yourself and see what you think.

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