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Jan. 20, 2009 - President-elect Barack Obama was about to walk out to take the oath of office. Backstage at the U.S. Capitol, he took one last look at his appearance in the mirror. (Official White House photo by Pete Souza)

From The Mombasan Son by Penbrook Johansson, an online book.

Remember to ask the essential questions:

If a sitting president is unwilling to disclose documents containing basic biographical information about his natal, migratory, residential, educational and professional history, should he be trusted in his conveyance of crucial information related to national security, the economy and federal law?

Does ambiguity in a president’s identity, coupled with an unwillingness to disclose fundamental information about his history, when it relates to Constitutional eligibility, dishonor the blood-ransomed sacrifice by vintage Americans?

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