Shilliam Watner wrote:
Not true at all that I am confused. I am privy to a lot of things pertaining to this. Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Cold Case Posse of the Maricopa County Sheriffs Office has done a 22 month investigation that found the birth certificate put on the White House website back on April 27, 2011 to be a 100% forgery. That evidence was backed by a independent court recognized forensic handwriting and computer-generated document expert named Reed Hayes from Hawaii. He has decades of experience with impeccable credentials. His report was over 40 pages of all things wrong with Obama's birth document and was submitted to Arpaio's lead investigator Mike Zullo. Here is the evidence in an affidavit by Mike Zullo. It is a stunning complication of evidence and it has been turned over to Congressman Steve Stockman and Ted Yoho who are working behind closed doors to get a investigative congressional committee together with subpoena powers. Their evidence now puts the official statements of the Hawaii Dept. of Health officials in question. So no, we can't at this time conclude that Hawaii was the true birthplace of Obama.
You complain of political bias above, yet invoke an investigation by a partisan politician, conducted by volunteers, not investigators of the Sheriff's Office. If the sheriff has evidence of fraud, he is supposed present it to prosecutors, not just hold a press conference. But screening a case for prosecutors would not raise him any campaign funds.
Not that it matters, I can see where this is going. No matter how credible, any evidence presented that doesn't support the conspiracy theory will be dismissed as "part of the conspiracy."
Also a dual citizen can never be considered a natural born Citizen. The U.S. state department frowns upon dual citizenship.
Uh huh. I won't hold my breath waiting for you to cite the relevant law or decision.