We have found the presidency of Barack Obama provoking us to outrage in unexplainable ways. Does he do this on purpose? We believe he does. He and his team single out Christians and conservatives by provoking them and then mocking their response to the provocations.

First, it is important to understand that one of the favorite tools of Alinskyites is mockery. They love to mock their enemies. In his primer on radical change, Saul Alinsky, the guru of the political movement most closely aligned with Obama, writes in his tactics training chapter, “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage.”

What better way to mock your enemy than to send messages that infuriate them and then mock the response as “crazy”? They have been doing this throughout the Forgery-gate scandal.

The media in unison call anyone that mentions the Obama birth certificate controversy and Obama’s lack of vetting and documentation as “obsessed and loony.” But Obama himself cannot stop talking about it. This week alone, he has mentioned it in public twice. On March 20, he joked about it while meeting with the prime minister of Ireland, Enda Kenny. The assembled reporters and supporters greeted his snide comment with uproarious laughter.

Also, while in Cushing, Okla., to talk energy, Obama couldn’t help but talk about his birth certificate again. He asked a woman in the crowd who was allegedly born at the same hospital as he was if she could “find her birth certificate.” We know this only because Fox News reporter Ed Henry tweeted about it.

But if the president wants the issue of his birth certificate not to be in the news, why does he personally continue to talk about it? We contend he does want it in the news so that he can wield this “rules for radicals” strategy against his opponents.

We first became interested in this topic back in 2008 when Floyd wrote a campaign biography of then candidate Obama entitled “Obama Unmasked.” In doing his research, Floyd was personally embarrassed because he reported the Obama birth place inaccurately in the book. The source he relied upon for his information was a website named barackobama.com.

Obama’s team put the wrong information about the birthplace of their candidate on his own campaign website. The website claimed that Obama was born at Queens Hospital in Honolulu. Only after the officials at Queens claimed they had no records of his birth there was the campaign forced to change its website.

Floyd’s book was already at the printer, and the error has stuck in his craw ever since that day.

Over the following months, multiple documents have been released purporting to be the birth certificates of Barack Obama. The mainstream media have never done a thorough, professional analysis of any of these documents, but all of the experts that have analyzed the various documents conclude they are likely forgeries.

The strongest review was done by the Cold Case Posse of law-enforcement officials empaneled by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. The posse and the document experts they employed were unanimous in declaring the latest document a forgery.

Obama’s team released this forged long-form birth certificate. Then they mock us when we ask questions about getting an authenticated document to prove his constitutional eligibility.

So, because we seek truth, we are called variously, mad, crazy, daft, lunatic, insane, batty and demented. But all we have ever wanted is the truth. Is that so bad?

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