Re: KTBB's Question of the Day: Is There Enough Proof President Obama is a U.S. citizen?

Under 1961 laws, Barack's mother was too young at the time to convey citizenship to her son. She had to have lived in the U.S. for five years after turning age 16 in order to do so. Given that she gave birth to Obama when she was 18, she cannot convey natural born citizenship to him. He certainly cannot have received it from his father - a Kenyan. Therefore, Obama must have been born on U.S. soil to qualify.

The Hawaiian Certification of Live Birth (COLB) on the website was given to individuals born outside the U.S. in the 1960's - without their having been born in the U.S., which is why the call to see his LONG FORM BIRTH CERTIFICATE is being made. Without the LONG FORM birth certificate, the one showing the actual hospital and name of the doctor who performed at the birth, there is no proof of citizenship.

The questions are manifold: why hasn't he simply released the LONG FORM certificate? Does he even have one? Why has he employed a team of lawyers to prevent anyone from seeing the LONG FORM certificate (if there is one)? Why was he able to travel to Indonesia, if, in fact, he was a U.S. citizen at the time (U.S. citizens were not allowed into Indonesia when Obama visited the country. How'd he get in?)? Where are his school records - ones which could show whether he received aid for foreign-born students? WHY WON'T THIS MAN LET US SEE HIS PAST?