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It’s hands-down the most controversial and politically incorrect video documentary in the country, and, today only, WND readers can get “A Question Of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?” – for only $4.95, a radical $15 discount off the normal $19.95 price!

Although the Obama administration, Democrats and virtually the entire news media ridicule as lunatics all citizens who dare ask questions about Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president, polls point to a very different reality: Tens of millions of regular, hard-working, taxpaying Americans care a great deal about the issue, as evidenced by a recent CNN poll showing a staggering 61 percent of Americans do not believe Obama is telling the truth about his birth.

Obama and his enablers have consistently blocked public release of his entire history – from his medical records to his college transcripts, from his passport to his birth certificate. Indeed, despite a multiplicity of lawsuits, brought by state legislators, a presidential candidate, active-duty soldiers, a former assistant state attorney general and many ordinary citizens – all challenging his presidential eligibility as a natural born citizen – Obama steadfastly refuses to release his birth certificate.

 

Therefore, many ask, with Obama obviously hiding something, what if it turns out he is not actually eligible to be president? Is it possible that a straightforward constitutional criterion was overlooked during a long, grueling, expensive campaign? Why are so many questions about something so simple still going unanswered? And why are large sums of money being paid to the president’s lawyers to block release of the most basic information about the most powerful man in the world?

“A Question of Eligibility” goes where no other documentary has dared to go in seeking the answers to those questions.

In this video, you will hear from four experts on the subject: Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller “The Obama Nation”; Orly Taitz, the courageous Southern California lawyer who has led the legal fight to secure the evidence of Barack Obama’s eligibility; Alan Keyes, a third-party presidential candidate in 2008 and the man who challenged Obama for the Illinois U.S. Senate seat that served as a springboard to his presidential ambitions; and Janet Porter, radio talk-show host and political activist who has championed the constitutional issue.

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