Statements about Obama Birth Certificate

Says a federal judge "sanctions Tennessee ‘birther’ lawyer … for bringing a frivolous lawsuit."

Says Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie made a late-night visit to Kinko’s to forge President Barack Obama’s birth certificate two days before Obama unveiled it to the media.

Says stories about his birth certificate drowned out media coverage of the Republican and White House budget plans the week of April 11.

Says the hospital listed on Barack Obama’s just-publicized long-form birth certificate denies the president was born there.

President Obama has spent over $2 million in legal fees defending lawsuits about his birth certificate.

Says President Obama's "grandmother in Kenya said he was born in Kenya and she was there and witnessed the birth."

A bill before the Georgia General Assembly would make presidential candidates meet citizenship requirements that are not in the U.S. Constitution. 

Says Barack Obama grew up in Kenya.

Says the Hawaii governor "can’t find anything that says (President Barack Obama) was born in Hawaii."

"The people that went to school with (Barack Obama), they never saw him, they don't know who he is."

President Obama is a Muslim.

Republican candidate for Georgia governor "dabbled" in birther conspiracy theories.

"Obama admits he is not a citizen."

When Obama went to Pakistan in 1981, he could not have been traveling as a U.S. citizen.

A transcript released by Occidental College proves that Barack Obama was an Indonesian citizen.

Justice Antonin Scalia agreed for the Supreme Court to hear a case about whether Barack Obama is eligible to be President.

Birthers have obtained a copy of Obama's Kenyan birth certificate.

White House spokesman Robert Gibbs "lied" when he said President Obama's birth certificate is posted on the Internet.

The Free Flow of Information Act of 2009 "would guarantee Barack Obama will never be held accountable for producing forged birth documents."

"His true name is Barak Hussein Muhammed Obama."

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