Monday, April 19, 2010

World Net Daily: Obama's born-in-USA mandate

Obama persists in breaking yet another promise. His is the least transparent administration ever in the history of the U.S.

Obama's born-in-USA mandate
    After more than two years of virtual media blackout on any of the serious unanswered questions about Obama's inability or unwillingness to prove his constitutional eligibility for office, a resounding 58 percent of Americans think he was born in the USA.

    I repeat: They think he was born in the USA.
    It turns out, when you read the responses to the rest of the questions, this is a remarkably Obama-friendly sampling. Obama's positives are much higher than other recent comparable polls. His negatives are much lower. This is a group that gives Obama a 50 percent approval rating. That's not an approval rating he has seen in other polls in recent months.

    I've been saying since last summer that half the country has grave doubts about Obama – not just about the birth certificate, but about who he truly is. They are wondering why he is hiding his birth certificate, why he is hiding his school records, why he is hiding his college records, why he is hiding his travel records, why he is hiding his medical records.

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