And they cite the funky "COLB" and the newspaper listing (as if there were would be no reason for dishonest people to claim U.S. Citizenship, if there were not, for the babe).
Posted: August 4th, 2010 11:25 AM ET
President Obama’s birth certificate (left) has been certified authentic by the Republican governor of Hawaii. His birth announcement (right) appeared in print in 1961. (PHOTO CREDIT: State of Hawaii)
Washington (CNN) - It's surely not what the leader of the free world wants for his birthday. But, for a stubborn group of Americans, conspiracy theories about President Obama's birthplace are the gifts that keep on giving.
The president celebrates his 49th birthday Wednesday. On the same day, a new national poll indicates some Americans continue to doubt the president was born in the United States. According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, more than a quarter of the public have doubts about Obama's citizenship, with 11 percent saying Obama was definitely not born in the United States and another 16 percent saying the president was probably not born in the country.
Forty-two percent of those questioned say they have absolutely no doubts that the president was born in the U.S., while 29-percent say he "probably" was.
...the rest of their entry (emphasis, I.O.)....
Now, what about that Article II, natural born Citizen requirement, CNN?
By the way, by this survey, it may be said that at least 58% of the American People are unwilling to flatly state that Barack Obama is eligible to be United States President.