philipchevron wrote:No. Some of us have moved on from the lurid Birther nonsense. Personally, I have been aware of the issues surrounding the copy of the b/c for quite some time. It's a matter of legal procedure which the lawyers never seriously expected they would have to address in practice - this was before we all knew the full extent of the insanity of Birtherism and how their appetite for conspiracy knew no end. But if Neo-Nazi websites are only picking up on it now, they can hardly blame the rest of us for not waiting for them to catch up.
But enough about that. Here's the thing, Rich. Do you believe the President was not born in the USA? If so, present your evidence. If not, may I respectfully suggest you find a new preoccupation.
Oddly enough you moved on from "birther nonsense" (a label created by the lib media to make anyone who questions almighty BO's birth documents along with his selective service card sound instantly crazy) while verifiable proof has never been given? That seems strange.
Each and every time requests have been made for the documentation It is soon discovered the forms falsified, forged or re-created. These are common documents nearly every american has on hand. These documents are required in the course of ones life do a multitude of things here in the states. Such as attend primary school, university, to obtain a drivers licenses, gain social security cards, run for Presidential office, and on and on. It's a joke to think that that one would not have these documents.
Do I believe The Prez was born here? I would say I have never even considered a US President or candidate would not have the proper documents or identification. It makes no sense sooooo PROVE it.