The eligibility questions that have dogged Barack Obama since before his election in 2008 are hitting the airwaves in New York today with award-winning talk show host Steve Malberg interviewing two of the key players in the dispute.

Malzberg’s guests on his WOR NewsTalk Radio 710 program this afternoon included Dr. Terry Lakin at 4 p.m. and author Jerome Corsi at 5 p.m. The interview with Corsi has been embedded here:

Malzberg is one of America’s recognizable talk radio voices. He spent 24 years at WABC Radio in New York before arriving at WOR, where his show also is heard on 75 stations.

Get your copy of Jerome Corsi’s long-awaited, already-No. 1 blockbuster, “Where’s the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible to be President.”

He’s been recognized by Talkers Magazine as one of the nation’s “Top 100 Talk Show Hosts” several times.

Corsi has authored a new blockbuster that makes the case Obama is ineligible for the presidency.

“Where’s the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama Is Not Eligible To Be President” earlier reached No. 1 at Amazon.

Corsi said he now can explain why “even a birth on U.S. soil could not possibly qualify Obama for the presidency as a natural born citizen.”

Corsi says Obama has now boxed himself in with the release of the fraudulent birth certificate and will be forced to live with the results.

“I’m going to be telling the entire world about this scandal over the next few weeks,” said Corsi. “This is going to make Watergate look like a political sideshow by comparison.

“Obama tried to preempt this book with the release of a document he had been hiding with good reason for two-and-a-half years,” said Corsi. “However, he has done himself in by counting on a compliant media to simply accept it at face value as authentic. It is not. Now he will have to face the music for attempting to deceive the American public and defraud the Constitution he took an oath to uphold.”

On April 27, with great fanfare, Obama finally released his “birth certificate” after years of stonewalling, after spending a fortune on attorneys to block its release and defend against dozens of lawsuits brought by citizens wanting to see it, after claiming he had already released it and after ridiculing everybody who said he had not released it.

Yet a stunning Gallup Poll taken more than a week later (May 5-8) shows more than half of all Americans remain unconvinced Obama was born in the U.S.

Perhaps that’s because, while the establishment press continues to ridicule “birthers” as conspiracy nuts, the White House’s April 27 document release has generated vexing new questions and outright contradictions regarding the president’s “birth certificate.”

For instance, two weeks before Obama finally released his “long-form birth certificate,” Hawaii’s former Health Department chief Chiyome Fukino – the one official who claimed to have examined Obama’s original birth document under lock and key in Hawaii – was interviewed by NBC News’ national investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff, who reported that Fukino told him she had seen the original birth certificate and that it was “half typed and half handwritten.”

Dr. Terrence Lakin

However, the document released by the White House was entirely typed. Only the signatures and two dates at the very bottom were “handwritten.” What Fukino described is apparently a different document from what Obama released to the public.

There are other problems surrounding the president’s newly released “birth certificate” too.

Lakin is the military doctor who declined to respond to additional orders to deploy because of his concerns Obama is not eligible, and his orders therefore would be illegal.

He was released just days ago from Ft. Leavenworth, where he served almost six months of prison time for refusing those orders.

He earlier told WND on his release that his focus will be on his family, church and medical career. He also indicated he remained committed to the ideals on which the United States was founded.

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