TC, your story is obviously another lame conspiracy theory concocted by desperate people who realize their candidate is losing on the real issues so they better stoop to whatever desperate tactics they can, and is only taken seriously by other desperate and gullible people. You’re not one of them are you?
Why do you feel it’s necessary to use the man’s middle name as an attempted smear? Why do you prefer to challenge him with insinuations and internet rumors rather than facts?
And what makes you believe Obama is refusing to cooperate with the lawsuit? People get sued by nutcases all the time (that’s one of the great things about the US: everyone has the right to sue anyone they want, ridiculous of how flimsy the charges and how lacking in evidentiary support and in the end the court will sort it out). Presumably that will happen in this case, the judge will have enough common sense to apply the laws and procedures fairly and evenly, ultimately dismissing the action as meritless. In the meantime, unless you provide credible evidence to the contrary, I’m sure Obama is complying with his legal obligations with respect to the lawsuit (that is, unless the judge is also a muslim terrorist communist traitor from Kenya who is in on the conspiracy, in which case I’m sure you’ll let us know).
[quote] As John McCain and Barack Obama vie to become president, certain fevered voices persist in saying they should not even be allowed to try.
[color=#FF0000]In an argument popular on the Internet and taken seriously practically nowhere else[/color], critics of the candidates argue that each does not qualify to run for the White House because he’s not a “natural-born citizen” as the Constitution requires.
Obama plainly is, because he was born in the U.S.
McCain qualifies, too, although the circumstances of his birth — on a U.S. naval base in the Panama Canal Zone in 1936 — were unusual enough to merit a review.[/quote]
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