Originally posted by zeeblebot"If it can't be determined whether candidates who provided documents in place of their birth certificates are eligible to appear on the ballot, the secretary of state would be able to set up a committee to help determine whether the requirements have been met. The names of candidates can be kept off the ballot if the secretary of state doesn't believe the candidates met the citizenship requirement."
Originally posted by EladarHis birth certificate has been verified. It will never be enough for some people, they'd just think of another reason for a conspiracy.
His official birth certificate has never been released. If they'd release one, then this entire thing would just go away.
Originally posted by KazetNagorraVerified behind closed doors doesn't cut it in a free country. Release the official document and everything goes away.
His birth certificate has been verified. It will never be enough for some people, they'd just think of another reason for a conspiracy.
Originally posted by DrKFI think the answer is obvious. Obama was not really born at all. Instead, he is some kind of progressive Frankentonian creation, evidence by the scar on his head.
Sample conversation from the future:
"See, he did provide the full birth certificate. So shut your hate-hole."
"Yeah, five years later!"
"If he really didn't have anything to hide..."
"But, but... that makes you sound slightly insane"
"Plenty of time to fake it, eh? And if you look closely at the top right hand corner..." ...[text shortened]... the US at the moment would still do so if he produced the long form.
Originally posted by EladarSo while you claim this whole thing will "go away" if he would produce an "official birth certificate" you also claim that one can be faked easily. So what value would the "official birth certificate" be, then?
Even if he didn't have an official Hawaii birth certificate, how long would it take the right officials to come up with one?
I mean really, if he had claimed to be born in Chicago he could have had that document in minutes.