WorldNetDaily has been covering the issue of President Obama's birth certificate for quite some time. Yeterday, the site posted an article entitled,
"Bombshell: Orders revoked for soldier challenging prez
Major victory for Army warrior questioning Obama's birthplace."
What is shocking to me is the lack of coverage of this issue in the major news media. Googling information about the case provides you with links to many blogs, but few major media outlets.
Here is one take on the issue.
A number of people have written and asked me to weigh in on the ongoing controversy surrounding a Florida Army reservist who has refused to deploy to Afghanistan, arguing that Barack Obama was born overseas and therefore is constitutionally ineligible to serve as president of the United States and cannot issue lawful orders, especially following a report from WorldNetDaily that Maj. Stefan Cook's deployment orders have since been rescinded.
When it comes to the issue of what the mainstream press undoubtedly considers to be Barack Obama's virgin birth, I share the opinion so concisely and perfectly expressed by Atlas Shrugs' Pamela Geller: "BO, it's so simple. Release the vault copy and put this baby to bed. What's the problem?"
Indeed, whether you view the controversy surrounding Obama's birth certificate to be undeniable, unassailable fact or a boneheaded, tin foil-heavy conspiracy theory--or anywhere in between--we all can agree that very few such so-called "conspiracy theories" can be resolved as easily as this one. Obama himself wrote about the vault copy of his birth certificate in one of his books. He must have it. Why not settle any questions once and for all. Why not, as Geller says, "put this baby to bed?"
Update: Click here for WND article entitled:
Pentagon orders soldier fired for challenging prez
Army warrior terminated from job after questioning Obama eligibility