Saturday, October 11, 2008

Obama Birth Certificate Federal Lawsuit: Video Asks Questions

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Phillip Berg Video:
Making a Federal Case out of Obama's Birth Certificate

"It makes accessible to the general public some of the serious questions about Obama's citizenship status that have been vetted almost exclusively in the conservative web world. You can't get most voters to focus on print media in order to entertain a series of hard questions on what seems like a far-fetched notion. Especially those voters who rely on the Big Media. They figure that if this were true, they would have heard about it from the old familiar faces."
--Thomas Lifson, American Thinker

Why Has Obama not only released his citizenship records, but his college records?

American Thinker calls it "a game changer".

When we were talking to Phillip Berg on Wednesday, he mentioned that a film crew was coming up to show a video for YouTube and that he was meeting them at 4 pm.

Three days later and that video is out.

* Obama Birth Certificate Federal Lawsuit: The Curious Behavior of the Obama Campaign
* Obama Birth Certificate Federal Lawsuit: Updates, News and Reactions

From "This could be the game changer":

A lifelong Democrat who has held political office and been a committeeman, Philip Berg, has brought suit over the real questions raised by the absence of a valid Obama birth certificate. His narrative of the various questions Obama has refused to answer is devastating. Graphics and sound are well-deployed to avoid tedium as factual data is conveyed in a way that allows viewers to absorb it. When he contrasts Obama's behavior when challenged (use perfectly valid legal technicalities to delay) with John McCain's full disclosure of all documentary evidence under a similar challenge (remember the flap over his birth in the Panama Canal Zone? -- who raised those questions, anyway?), there is no doubt in a viewer's mind that there is something seriously wrong here.

We are talking about the Presidency and this guy stonewalls?

The only way Obama can satisfactorily respond is to release his supposed Hawaiian birth certificate. If he has it, why hasn't he released it? If he does release it, game over. So why drag this out on technical grounds? It doesn't make sense.

The John Edwards Scandal

During John Edwards presidential run, after November, not one MSM reporter asked Edwards one single question about his relationship with Rielle Hunter. Even after the National Enquirer caught Edwards in the Beverly Hilton as he left Hunter's room at nearly 3 in the morning, the MSM silence was deafening.

It was not until Edwards confessed that the AP, CBS, Time, Newsweek, New York Times, CNN, ABC, MSNBC, NBC and the rest of Big Media felt they could inform their readers/viewers about the news.

Most of the MSM stories were of the "we didn't tell you, and now we are and here's why" variety. Within those stories were plenty of snide attacks at the few places that did pursue the Edwards story.

The MSM were not nearly in the tank for Edwards then as they are for Barack Obama now.

Obama's records have proved hard to come by and the Mainstream press doesn't investigate, doesn't ask questions, doesn't care.

Records that any American may be called upon to release to an employers--birth records, proof of citizenship, college records--remain hidden from public view just 25 days before the election and the media has not said a word.

We'll ask the same question we did during the Edwards' scandal:

If there's nothing to hide, then why are you hiding it?

by Mondo Frazier
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