Critics of the so-called "birthers" who believe that President Obama was not born in Hawaii and thus is not a U.S. citizens often point to the most outlandish of the allegations against the president by persons of questionable repute. But suppose a person whose credibility is beyond reproach makes charges that are difficult if not impossible to refute?
And suppose at least some of that person's allegations are supported by dozens of others not only whose credibility is fully reliable but who can provide a significant body of evidence to support those allegations?
Two significant bodies of evidence have emerged within the last 24 hours that appear to corroborate, at least on the surface, some of the charges made by Obama opponents who question his qualifications for the presidential office.
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