“I certainly hope by the fourth year of our administration that we’ll have dealt with this burgeoning birth controversy.”
That was the highly unusual concluding statement by White House press secretary Robert Gibbs in his attempt to brush off a question about why his boss, Barack Obama, continues to stonewall the public’s right to know with certainty that the man residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is actually constitutionally eligible to be there.
It’s pretty incredible that we have a president who gets away with talking about “transparency and openness” when he himself refuses to disclose the most basic personal data – including the only documentation that would establish whether he is constitutionally eligible to serve in the highest office in the land.
We need to see his birth certificate.
We need to see his student records, including those that would show whether he was registered as a foreigner at Occidental or Columbia and who paid his tuition.
We need to see his passport records during the time he was living in Indonesia and traveling to Pakistan as a youth. Did he give up his U.S. citizenship? If not, how did he retain it? Or did he not have U.S. citizenship to begin with because he was never actually born in Hawaii?
Once again, I’m enlisting your support in this campaign.