FedEx a personalized letter demanding he prove his eligibility
WASHINGTON - Barack Obama is making it crystal clear he has no
plans to release documents that will assure millions of American
doubters he is indeed constitutionally eligible for the
The administration is taking a hard line against releasing a
copy of Obama's birth certificate, claiming nothing will ever
satisfy those who demand proof of his Hawaiian birth.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says Obama has made the
case "ad nauseum." He added there was nothing he could to
"assuage those who believe he wasn't born here."
"But that's not really the point," says Joseph Farah, editor and
chief executive officer of WND. "This is not about whether Obama
feels like changing minds. This is a constitutional requirement.
And if Obama continues to flout the Constitution, the pressure is
only going to rise."
Farah, who previously launched an eligibility petition campaign
that has garnered more than 400,000 electronic "signatures,"
staked a $10,000 bounty for anyone with first-hand information
about Obama's birth and is conducting a national billboard
campaign on the birth certificate, has a birthday surprise ready
for Obama next week.
He is asking people to flood the White House with personalized
letters to Obama demanding the birth certificate and other
pertinent documents which he will overnight deliver to 1600
Pennsylvania Avenue in time for Obama's birthday next Tuesday.
"I don't know if this campaign will do any good," said Farah.
"But I do know he's going to get a message from the American
people this week and next that he never imagined. If he thinks
this story is fading away, he's got another think coming."
Sending the letter costs the participant only $6.95 for the
overnight delivery by Federal Express.
"If people want to write their own letters, I encourage it,"
says Farah. "But this is an easy way to get involved at a low
cost and with high impact."
Each letter is individually, electronically "signed" by its
sender and reads:
August 4, 2009
President Barack H. Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, D.C. 20500
Dear Mr. President:
Today, according to your autobiographical account, you turn 48
years old. I am asking you to use the occasion of your birthday
to clear up a serious and rapidly growing controversy surrounding
your presidency - a controversy regarding your birth.
I'm referring, of course, to your unwillingness so far to
release publicly a document critical to the establishment of your
constitutional eligibility for the highest office in the land.
That document is a long-form certificate of live birth, better
known as a birth certificate - the only document that can
authoritatively establish the actual hospital of your birth and
the attending physician.
Your spokesmen have tried to diminish and denigrate the
importance of releasing such a document - claiming, in fact, that
you have done so by the issuance of a "certification of live
birth," a short-form document that cannot possibly be used as the
basis for establishing your unquestionable constitutional
eligibility as a "natural born citizen." The problem with the
short-form certification is that it could easily be obtained for
a birth that took place out of the state or out of the country.
All it would take is the word of one parent.
You pledged to lead an administration that would be noted for
its transparency and openness upon winning the presidency. Yet,
you have demonstrated a shocking unwillingness to be transparent
and open about your own life story. You've refused steadfastly to
release simple personal documents such as your birth certificate,
passport information and your college records and papers - the
kinds of documents all other presidents and even presidential
candidates routinely release for public and press scrutiny.
The American people are becoming more aware of this obstinacy on
your part and are growing more deeply suspicious about what you
may or may not be hiding.
As you celebrate your birthday this week, I join with other
American citizens in asking you to do the right thing - release a
copy of your long-form birth certificate along with all your
college records and passport history.
As Americans face up to the tough challenges confronting them,
it is critical that they have confidence in their representative
government and their knowledge that the rule of law applies to
everyone equally - including the president of the United States.
Click Here to Send Your Overnight Letter to President Obama for
The campaign runs until Monday, Aug. 3 at 1 p.m. Eastern time -
to ensure all letters get to Obama by his birthday.
"My goal is to ensure Obama gets at least 10,000 birthday
surprise letters - and the message that he cannot continue to
dodge this issue," said Farah. "Obama wrote in his autobiography
that he had a birth certificate that caused him to question his
own identity. Now it's time for him to share that mystery with
the rest of us."
Click Here to Rush Deliver Your Birthday Wishes to President
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