As Neal Boortz said Monday, there could be real film of Obama being born, with Diamond Head visible through the hospital window and there would still be people who don't believe Obama was born in Hawaii.
So here it is, the document released by the Obama campaign earlier this year. This is the document that is evidently caught up in a conspiracy so vast that it makes the vast Right Wing Conspiracy of the Clinton years look small by comparison.
Evidently, not only is the news media in on this, but so is the federal judiciary, which has many more Republican appointees than Democrat. So is the U.S. Supreme Court, where seven of the nine justices have been nominated by GOP Presidents.
At the bottom it says, "This copy serves as prima facie evidence of the fact of birth in any court proceeding."
In other words, you've got to have some proof before the courts will think the document is a fake.
Want to see it up close? Go here to see the document that lots of people say is fake. For the third time this month, the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit that sought to stay the results of the November elections because of concerns over Barack Obama's citizenship. The latest case was brought by a Connecticut man who claims that Obama was a British subject when born ...