Americans continue to demand that President Obama make public his birth certificate, with WND’s “White House Eligibility Postcards” at the top of the list of best-sellers at the WND Superstore for a full month now.
The questions over Obama’s eligibility to be president under the U.S. Constitution’s demand that the occupant of the Oval Office be a “natural born” citizen have been reverberating across the media in recent weeks, with even some of those in liberal academia, on CNN and at the Huffington Post publicly speculating why Obama has continued to refuse to provide the information.
However, it is not just the birth certificate. WND has reported that other documentation still not available for Obama includes kindergarten records, Punahou school records, Occidental College records, Columbia University records, Columbia thesis, Harvard Law School records, Harvard Law Review articles, scholarly articles from the University of Chicago, passport, medical records, files from his years as an Illinois state senator, Illinois State Bar Association records, baptism records and adoption records.
Obama has reported he was born Aug. 4, 1961, in an unnamed Honolulu hospital. But there has been no birth certificate released, no verification, no doctor’s testimony and no witness confirmation of his statement. And even a letter purporting to be from Obama claiming Honolulu’s Kapi’olani hospital as his birthplace has not been confirmed by the White House.
So the SuperStore designed and printed postcards, asking “Where’s The Birth Certificate?” The back is open for personalized greetings. The postcards measure about four inches by six.
WND editor and chief executive officer Joseph Farah said the cards are an opportunity to search for Obama’s constitutional eligibility.
The postcards can be used to send notes to anyone – not just Obama.
“These postcards are not pre-addressed to the White House,” Farah said. “They are postcards that can be used to send to your friends, your member of Congress, your relatives. It’s just another way of keeping the issue of eligibility on the front burner – right up through 2012 if necessary.”
The postcards are just one of the efforts by Farah to raise the visibility of an issue he says was ignored by his colleagues in the media and most of the nation’s elected officials, including Republicans.
Another way turned into this week’s second most popular item at the WND Superstore: The campaign to second a birthday message to Obama.
More than 1,200 personalized letters were dispatched to Obama for the occasion of his 48th birthday this week, all asking him to overcome his obstinacy and release his original long-form birth certificate and other records.
“You pledged to lead an administration that would be noted for its transparency and openness upon winning the presidency,” the letters said. “Yet, you have demonstrated a shocking unwillingness to be transparent and open about your own life story. You’ve refused steadfastly to release simple personal documents such as your birth certificate, passport information and your college records and papers – the kinds of documents all other presidents and even presidential candidates routinely release for public and press scrutiny.
“The American people are becoming more aware of this obstinacy on your part and are growing more deeply suspicious about what you may or may not be hiding,” they continued.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs several times has ridiculed the question over Obama’s records when it’s been raised in news briefings. He says the issue has been explained “ad nauseam” and there is nothing he could to “assuage those who believe he wasn’t born here.”
But Farah said the point is that the eligibility is a constitutional requirement.
“And if Obama continues to flout the Constitution, the pressure is only going to rise,” he said.
WND has reported extensively on the issue with a report called “THE FULL STORY” that lists more than 200 exclusive WND stories on the issue.
In third place is the new DVD called “A Question Of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?””
The questions asked of several prominent leaders focus on: “What if the president of the United States is not constitutionally eligible to serve? Is it possible that a straightforward criterion was overlooked during a long, grueling, expensive campaign? Why are so many questions about something so simple still going unanswered?”
“A Question Of Eligibility” goes where no other documentary has dared to go in seeking the answers to those questions, including one that millions of Americans are asking: “Why won’t Barack Obama release publicly the long-form birth certificate he claims to have from the state of Hawaii?”
The video contains testimony from four experts on the subject: Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of the New York Times No. 1 bestseller “The Obama Nation”; Orly Taitz, the 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.
- “White House Eligibility Postcards”
- “A Birthday Message for Barack Obama“
- “A Question Of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?” DVD
- “Where’s The Birth Certificate” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “How’s your HOPE and CHANGE Working Out So Far?” Bumper Sticker
- “No Hope In Socialism” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “CAP AND TRADE CONGRESS IN 2010” Bumper Sticker
- “Shocked by the Bible” – (Autographed) (Hardcover)
By Joe Kovacs
- “C. S. Lewis Letters To Children” (Book) (Paperback)
By Lyle W. Dorsett and Marjorie Lamp Mead
- “Learn the Bible in 24 Hours” (DVD Set)
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