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Reader comment on item: Confirmed: Barack Obama Practiced Islam
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Submitted by Dan (Mexico), Aug 24, 2009 at 21:35

Until we see the vault form birth certificate. In 1961, it was quite possible to get a birth certificate without being born there simply by a relative who could show residency claiming you were born there.

Obama claims to have a hospital birth certificate from Kap'iolani. This, if true, would lay this matter to rest for once and all.

So you tell me, why is he and the DNC spending the big legal bucks to keep this proof he claims to have from being seen?

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