Saturday, June 25, 2011

The Undocumented Messiah

Joseph Farah's current column sheds more light on the birth certificate issue:

The one and only document expert consulted by any U.S. media to proclaim Barack Obama's "birth certificate" as legitimate has rejected that position, claiming he was misquoted by Fox News. He has further stated that Fox refuses to answer his demand for a correction.

Tremblay told WND none of his comments to Fox would permit the conclusion that the Obama birth certificate is an authentic document.

Isn't that interesting? The one person trotted out by Fox News in Obama's favor now says that the reporter twisted his words and won't air a retraction or a clarification. Sounds like everything's copacetic to me.

Farah continues:

Meanwhile, every document expert WND has conferred with scoffs at the preposterous notion that the document is somehow valid on its face. Many of them are willing to stake their credentials and their professional judgment on the fact that the birth certificate offered up by the White House is as phony as a three-dollar bill. Others confide their belief there are serious problems with the document but don't desire to cross swords with the most powerful office in the world. (emphasis added)

So not one expert has appeared on Fox News, CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, EIEIO, Al Jasmearya or any other major news network touting the legitimacy of Obama's birth certificate. No one has appeared on tv next to a grinning blonde manniquin in a mini skirt. No one has said, "Speaking in my professional capacity as a government document and/or printing expert, let me assure the citizens of these fifty-seven Disunited States that Obama's long-form birth certificate is the real McCoy. He did not get it as an added bonus while ordering Sea Monkeys from the back of Grit magazine. He didn't create the document with a clerk's help at Kinko's. He did not have it airmailed from Kenya or Shangri-la. He did not consult Alex Jones and wade through a tutorial on the proper crafting of a conspiracy. It's the genuine article, and I would stake my sterling reputation on its authenticity. It has the verity of verisimilitude. Vote Obama in 2012." 

In related news an Adobe expert weighs in:

"I could have done a much better replica myself, if the president had asked," Poyssick told The Political Sandbox blog when the birth certificate first appeared and he opened the document in Adobe Illustrator. "The guy that did this is a bimbo in that he forgot to 'flatten' his works to soften the background edges so the fake letters blended, softly into the green paper.

Scrutinizing the media cartel's behavior has led me to the conclusion that no genuine interest in the truth exists. More to the point, the media's actions throughout the birth certificate controversy smack of efforts at burying the truth, not ferreting it out for the American people's benefit.

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