I have never once questioned the authenticity of Obama’s birth certificate, but it now appears our president has a lot of explaining to do.
During this hearing in Georgia, U.S. Immigration Services documents were entered into evidence revealing the immigration status of Obama’s father, Barack Obama Sr. These documents clearly show that, at the time of Obama's birth, Aug. 4, 1961, Obama’s father was a "non-citizen" of the United States.
This classification is legally important because the U.S. Constitution clearly requires that for one to be president, he must be "natural born". To be natural born, one must have two parents who, at the time of the birth in question, are both citizens of the United States.
I will leave it to you to draw your own conclusions regarding the obvious conclusions this court testimony!
These are more problems for Obama.
I have also read there are no official records of Obama's mother being admitted to the same hospital on the days before or on the day Obama was born.
Whoever prepared a birth certificate for Obama forgot to alter the hospital records to show his mother was acually admtted to the hispital and in the hospital on or before the date Obama was born!
Georgia citizens today delivered sworn testimony to a court that Barack Obama is slam-dunk disqualified from having his name on the 2012 presidential ballot in the state, because his father never was a U.S. citizen, which prevents him from qualifying as a “natural-born citizen” as the U.S. Constitution requires for a president.
The historic hearing was the first time that a court has accepted arguments on the merits of the controversy over Obama’s status. His critics say he never met the constitutional requirements to occupy the Oval Office, and the states and Congress failed in their obligations to make sure only a qualified president is inaugurated. His supporters, meanwhile, argue he won the 2008 election and therefore was “vetted” by America.
The hearing was before Judge Michael Malihi of the Georgia state Office of State Administrative Hearings. In Georgia, a state law requires “every candidate for federal” office who is certified by the state executive committees of a political party or who files a notice of candidacy “shall meet the constitutional and statutory qualifications for holding the office being sought.”
State law also grants the secretary of state and any “elector who is eligible to vote for a candidate” in the state the authority to raise a challenge to a candidate’s qualifications, the judge determined.