A “birther” accusation against Obama that is more difficult to ignore
Posted by DNW on 2012/03/01
The controversial but popular Drudge Report has linked to articles both on the more controversial and less popular World Net Daily site, and to the Washington Times, which is reporting on the results of Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s agreement to entertain the complaint of a number of Arizona citizens regarding Obama’s eligibility to appear on the ballot in that state.
Although Arapaio has been careful to refrain from rendering a negative judgment on Obama’s status as a “natural born citizen”, the analysis presented on World Net Daily (and Youtube) of at least one document pertaining to Obama’s life story, is interesting enough to cause one to do an actual double take … as the case against the validity of Obama’s selective service card post office stamp, seems to be so convincingly argued.
Let’s hope that an example of a 1980 post office stamp from Hawaii is found with what looks like a two digit segment of a 2008 stamp, which has been excised and then placed into a stamp holder upside down so as to poorly mimic the last two digits of what should have been a 4 digit year stamp. And let’s hope that such a maverick stamp is discovered sooner rather than later.
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