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To: EnderWiggins

Thank you for researching this subject so thoroughly. Is it also a “Birther Lie” that the short form Certification of Live Birth that was provided by the Obama campaign did not show the hospital where he was born at or the doctor who delivered him? Is it a “Birther Lie” that Obama has spent huge sums of money to prevent the release of his actual long form birth certificate which would have verifiable information on it which would show where he was born and who was present? If those are not “Birther Lies”, please explain to me why this type of detailed documentation which is required by many little leagues for age verification should not be provided to concerned citizens by their president. Thanks.


11 posted on 02/17/2010 10:13:11 AM PST by fireman15 (Check your facts before making ignorant statements.)
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To: fireman15
"Is it also a “Birther Lie” that the short form Certification of Live Birth that was provided by the Obama campaign did not show the hospital where he was born at or the doctor who delivered him?"

No. But since there is no eligibility requirements for the Presidency regarding hospitals or doctors, that would hardly matter now, right?

"Is it a “Birther Lie” that Obama has spent huge sums of money to prevent the release of his actual long form birth certificate which would have verifiable information on it which would show where he was born and who was present?"

Actually, yes, it is. The best and most detailed accounting of all the Birther cases that have been filed show that almost none of them were against Obama himself, and so on those he spent zero dollars. Only three required him to hire lawyers, and at least one of those was handled pro bono according to the lawyer involved. The other two were dismissed based on rather short and inexpensive motions filed by his lawyers. There is simply no evidence that Obama has spent more a couple thousand dollars on these cases, and none of that could have been avoided by presenting his birth certificate.

"If those are not “Birther Lies”, please explain to me why this type of detailed documentation which is required by many little leagues for age verification should not be provided to concerned citizens by their president."

I leave it entirely to you what you personally feel should or should not be required. And I hope that if you are not satisfied, you will exercise your powerful legal authority and withhold your vote. I can only point out to you that under the US Constitution, no such documentation is required. If you want that changed, then you should contact your Congressmen.
12 posted on 02/17/2010 12:30:13 PM PST by EnderWiggins
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