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Palin:  Obama Birth Certificate Is A Fair Question

Politico is reporting the following exchange between Sarah Palin and conservative talker Rusty Humphries.

Humphries:  "Would you make the birth certificate an issue if you ran?"  (around 9 minutes into this video).

Palin:  "I think the public rightfully is still making it an issue.  I don't have a problem with that.  I don't know if I would have to bother to make it an issue, because I think that members of the electorate still want answers," she replied.

Humphries:  "Do you think it's a fair question to be looking at?"

Palin:  "I think it's a fair question, just like I think past association and past voting records -- all of that is fair game," Palin said.  "The McCain-Palin campaign didn't do a good enough job in that area."

Palin suggested that the questions were fair play because of "the weird conspiracy theory freaky thing that people talk about that Trig isn't my real son -- 'You need to produce his birth certificate, you need to prove that he's your kid,' which we have done."

"Maybe we can reverse that," she said, returning to Obama's birth certificate, describing the type of thinking involved with a word that isn't clear in the audio.

The Politico article also contains an observation that McCain's campaign counsel has said the campaign did look into the birth certificate question and, like every other serious examination, dismissed it.

Well, of course they did.

John Sidney McCain III was born at the Colon Hospital, located at Avenida Melendez and 2nd Street, Manzanillo Island, City of Colon, Republic of Panama.  The time of birth on the birth certificate issued by Panama Railroad Company (which owned the Colon Hospital) was 5:25 PM and the day and date of birth was Saturday, August 29, 1936 -- John McCain was born outside the United States and fails to meet the test of
Jus Soli

McCain was also
ineligible, and as such could not attack Obama's eligibility. McCain's political enemies even provided him with  cover -- further compromising his ability to challenge Obama's eligibility.  He, and his campaign, couldn't say a word.

Obama is a co-signer of Leahy's resolution, and in doing so admitted that one needs two American citizen parents to be eligible for POTUS.  Obama knows he is ineligible to be CiC.

It was John McCain who set the stage for what has become the biggest political cover-up in American history.

The eligibility question has gone mainstream -- is running a story entitled, "Palin defends Obama birth certificate inquiries."
Palin:  "Obviously If There's Something There"

"You know, more power to him.  He’s not just throwing stones from the sidelines.  He’s digging in there.  He’s paying for researchers to know why President Obama would have spent two million dollars to NOT show his birth certificate.  So more power to him…

…well you know I think he was born in Hawaii because there was the birth announcement put in the newspaper.  But, obviously if there’s something there that the president doesn’t want people to see on that birth certificate.  Then he seems to go to great lengths to make sure it isn't shown."

Palin has been staying away from the eligibility issue, but she obviously has been paying attention to it.
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