At this point, that's probably the best guess.
After The One gets impeached, or moves home to a thatched hut in Kenya, perhaps measures to prevent such a problem again will be quietly implemented....like asking for a damn birth certificate at the state level when running for the nomination.
Obama has already lost because of other facets.
On November 13, allegations surface that the Selective Service System registration form showing that Obama registered for the draft is a forgery. The forms document location number (DLN), 0897080632, indicates a 2008 entry into the federal system, because the first two digits (08) indicate the year. (Had Obama registered in 1980, the first two digits of the DLN would have been 80, rather than 08.) Obamas document also appears to be a 1990 form, modified to look like a 1980 form. The date the form was signed is July 30, 1980, yet the form has a date stamp of July 29. The date stamp reflects the letters USPO for United States Post Office, but in 1980 the letters would have been USPS, for United States Postal Service. A retired federal agent had requested the Obama form via the Freedom of Information Act; it took almost a full year for the document to be found. Note that Obamas story about registering for the draft has changed more than once. He originally said he registered for the draft on 1979, when he turned age 18, but there was no requirement to register at that time. Note that failure to register with the Selective Service is punishable by a fine of up to $250,000 and/or up to five years in prison; it also renders the individual ineligible for any job in the Executive Branch of government or the U.S. Postal Service [483,493]
An Obama campaign spokeswoman tells reporters that lawsuits attempting to force the candidate to prove he is eligible to serve as President are garbage. At the same time, Obama continues to refuse to produce his birth certificate, and has sheriff’s deputies stationed at two hospitals in Honolulu, where they are preventing press inquiries and attempts to request copies of records.