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Judson Phillips of Tea Party Nation takes up the “birther” issue. A coupla things before you scroll down and read it.

First, I agree in principle with the point Judson makes — that dealing with this issue head on would remove the problem from the White House and invalidate everything he has done.  Second, I have spent a couple of hours on my radio program talking with Jack Cashill about his extensive research on the matter for his book “Deconstructing Obama“, and — in addition to — or contrary to? – what Judson says, Jack’s best guess is that Obama likely was born in Canada, perhaps Vancouver, where health care was free, and Stanley Ann Dunham was able to easily and quickly slip back across the border to enroll and attend classes in Washington state, as the records show she did.  Add to that the fact that absolutely no one in Hawaii can claim to have delivered a mixed race baby boy on August 4, 1961, nor has anyone come forward to say they ever saw Stanley Ann in Hawaii and pregnant.

But regardless of where he was born, or who fathered him, Obama is clearly doing everything possible to prevent the people who elected him president from knowing his background.  And that, in and of itself, is cause for serious examination and investigation, NOT castigation by the likes of Washington establishment RINOs like Karl Rove et al.

The left likes to call it the “birther” issue. The term birther is used as a derisive term by the left, much as truther is. Of course the difference is truthers beliefs are based on a paranoid ideology, where as the birther issue is based on facts.

I prefer to call it the eligibility issue, not the birther issue. Whether you agree or not, the people who are pushing the eligibility issue are on our side. It is certainly counter-productive to deride them like liberals do.

Recently a whole stream of Republicans have come out, at the prompting of the drive by media, to reassure us that Obama is a citizen and oh, yes, he is a Christian too.

Last Sunday, at the prodding of David Gregory on Meet the Press, or as Rush likes to call it, Meet the depressed, Boehner said, the State of Hawaii had said he was born there, that was good enough for him.

Karl Rove, not a friend of the Tea Party, pushed the RINO line that Obama is a citizen and Sarah Palin, at a meeting in Long Island, a few days ago, also denounced the eligibility issue. Palin ended her remarks on the subject by saying, “let’s stick with what really matters.”

This issue does matter.

There are three variations on the eligibility issue. Two are based on undisputed facts. The third is in dispute.

The most commonly reported of the eligibility challenges is the claim that Obama was actually born in Kenya, not Hawaii. I believe, based on the available evidence, that it is more likely than not, Obama was actually born in Hawaii. Obama has spent a lot of time and (other people’s) money, keeping his original birth certificate out of sight.


Jack Cashill is one of my favorite writers and he has a theory which I think makes sense, that Obama was in fact born in Hawaii, but there is something else on his birth certificate that would destroy the myth of Barack Obama. (See his website, Cashill.com). In the law, there is a presumption that if a party has exclusive access to a piece of evidence and will not release it, the evidence must be adverse to their position.

The second eligibility issue is the claim that because Barack Obama’s father was a Kenyan, a British subject at the time of Obama’s birth, he is not a natural born citizen.

The third is the argument that because Barack Obama was adopted as a child by an Indonesian and moved to Indonesia, he is not an American citizen. Under the law at that time, if an American child was adopted by a citizen of another country and moved to that country, he lost his citizenship. He could regain his citizenship by applying at an American Embassy when he was 18, but would then be treated as a naturalized citizen and thus ineligible to be President.

What is stunning about all of this is the mainstream Republican reaction to the eligibility issues.

The RINOs turn their noses up at the people who want the answers, which, incidentally is 60% of Republican voters. They turn their noses up at the Tea Party movement. Yet, they do not take a moment to consider why this is important.

If Barack Obama is proved to be ineligible to be President, everything he has done is wiped out. Obamacare is gone. The START treaty is gone. The liberal lunatics Obama has appointed to the Federal Judiciary, including the two he has put on the Supreme Court are gone.

Much of the damage Obama has done to this country can be undone. Unfortunately, the Country Club Republicans remain clueless. In their minds, the Democrats are simply the lower class versions of themselves. They do not understand that if the party of treason has its way, America will be forever changed and ultimately destroyed.

The Courts have so far brushed aside all of the eligibility claims. None have been addressed on the merits under the claim that Americans lack standing to challenge the issue. Recently, the Supreme Court has given some indication it may consider one of the issues. We can only hope.

What are the chances of success? Who knows?

Why do football teams run the flea flicker play? It does not work all of the time, but when it does, the results are spectacular. Why should conservatives all hope this works out? Because this wipes out almost everything the Obama regime has done. We get a do over.

You would think, even the RINOs who want to denigrate the eligibility issue could figure this one out.

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