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Reader comment on item: Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
in response to reader comment: Sen. Obama's birth certificate should be posted in Wikipedia, in public domain view for all who vote.

Submitted by Baylee (United States), Apr 9, 2009 at 15:07

I hope that we as Americans who believe in our constitution will be able to see Obama's birth certificate. All we have been able to see, what they have shown us, is the cert. of live birth which anyone can get. We all need to ask ourselves these questions: Why is his birth certificate sealed? What is he hiding? He told the American people that his administration would be a transparent administration.

Look at your own birth certificate and you will find the name of the hospital where you were born, the date, time, the city, county, parents signature, and doctors signature. Obama's administration is not providing that info. WHY? If he was not born in the U.S. then he can't be president!!! If he was truly born here he needs to show the American people that he is in fact qualified to be president by providing his real birth certificate! The media harrassed McCain about his birth place. Is Obama exempt from proving his citizenship? C'mon people, wake up before it's too late!


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