Discovery to force President Obama to produce a birth certificate?

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In the latest expansion of the national "we don't want brown-skinned people here campaign" that is most visibly metastasizing in Arizona with that state's legislature passing a bill requiring law enforcement officers to check any brown-skinned or otherwise suspicious people for their birth certificates, Lt. Col Terrence Lakin Said He Wouldn't Deploy to Afghanistan Until brown-skinned President Barack Obama Produced his Birth Certificate. The physician and Lt. Colonel now faces court martial charges for refusing to follow orders. Lakin and his attorney, Paul Jensen, have been showing up on right-wing radio shows in recent days to push the idea that Obama and others they identify as possibly not "real Americans" should prove where they were born. On the G. Gordon Liddy show last week, Jensen hinted that he would try to use discovery to force President Obama to produce a birth certificate.

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This should be a non issue. If you believe that the federal government which includes every federal agency including FBI, CIA, DOJ,etc. Did not check into the validity of our President you are delusional.

One thing is for sure Arizona Governor Jan Brewer passed that law today at 1:32pm.

One more thing in order for President Obama to be on the ticket for re-election here in AZ. He must produce his Birth Certificate. I have an Idea for a bumper sticker which accurately represents AZ; Welcome to Arizona, where WHITE is RIGHT.

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SARAH PALIN has a Canadian accent.

Was she born in South Africa?

It's birth certifcate time, Guv, so whip it out, eh?

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