The president needs to produce his birth certificate, plain and simple.
Obama Birth Place Mystery Remains For Birthers As Neil Abercrombie Drops Mission To Prove Them Wrong
In a turnabout move, Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie has decided to stop his attempt to dispel rumors that president Barack Obama wasn’t born in Hawaii. Ever since Obama appeared as a Presidential hopeful, rumors of his birth certification in the state of Hawaii have arisen giving fuel to a new movement called “The Birthers” who have continued to plague the U.S. President’s claims of having been born there. Abercrombie was informed by his State Attorney General David Louie that it was against the law to release documents of a private nature without the person’s consent. According to the NY Daily News, Abercrombie’s spokeswoman Donalyn Dela Cruz pointed out the particulars regarding the laws involved.
“There is nothing more that Gov. Abercrombie can do within the law to produce a document,” Donalyn Dela Cruz said Friday. It was in December that Abercrombie stepped forward to announce his attempts to put an end to the rumors and conspiracy theories that have grown into a national movement regarding Obama’s birth records.
For years Obama has faced challenges to his birth records that have yet to be presented to satisfy the curious and contentious.
The story points out that even though there has been lots of evidence to the contrary, the Birthers aren’t satisfied with the results as no official document has been presented.
However, a shorter document called a “Certification of Live Birth” has been presented and has the same legal weight as a birth certificate the story says.
Game-changer! Arizona to pass 2012 eligibility law
Obama will have to produce birth certificate to run again
Posted: January 25, 2011
7:42 pm Eastern
By Bob Unruh
© 2011 WorldNetDaily
It could be a game-changer.
A plan in Arizona to require presidential candidates to prove their eligibility to occupy the Oval Office is approaching critical mass, even though it has just been introduced.
The proposal from state Rep. Judy Burges, who carried a similar plan that fell short last year only because of political maneuvering, was introduced yesterday with 16 members of the state Senate as co-sponsors.
It needs only 16 votes in the Senate to pass.
In the House, there are 25 co-sponsors, with the need for only 31 votes for passage, and Burges told WND that there were several chamber members who confirmed they support the plan and will vote for it, but simply didn’t wish to be listed as co-sponsors.