WorldNet Daily has the story that just won’t go away: The Obama Birth Certificate Controversy, and what happened when one man asked for donations to put up Billboards:
Mere days ago, I took a chance.
To my surprise and delight, more than 1,000 people responded in the first 48 hours with donations exceeding $25,000 to support the campaign. Not only that, but a few precious businessmen even offered free signage or space at greatly discounted rates to help out.
I have every reason to expect this campaign will be long lasting and hugely successful – allowing us to post this billboard in all 50 states in the coming months, along every highway and byway in this once great country.
And Why, you might ask?
I wish such a campaign were not absolutely necessary. I wish there were checks and balances in our political and electoral systems to ensure that constitutional eligibility of presidential candidates was established before politicians could assume the highest office in the land. I wish my colleagues in the news media believed the Constitution really means what it says and pressed this issue as hard as we have pressed it at WND. I wish radio talk-show hosts were bold enough to ask this question. But wishing is not enough. It’s time to raise the visibility of this issue vital to the rule of law in America. I ask everyone to pitch in and help WND make a simple yet profound statement: The Constitution still matters.
Hat Tip: @NaiveAbroad
And why has he spent upwards of $2 Million on lawyers to block it’s release in court?
I really, truly do not think this is another “Truther” “9/11-Was-An-Inside-Job” crazy sort of thing.
I just want to see proof that a guy who once posessed an indonesian Passport (which you don’t get without being an Indonesian Citizen) is, indeed, an American Citizen eligible to hold the office of President.
I don’t think that’s unreasonable. John McCain had to do it. Why not Barack?
Just release the damned thing and get it over with.