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Thursday, October 7, 2010
David Kupelian's Inexact Birther Argument
Topic: WorldNetDaily

David Kupelian tries to clear things up in his Oct. 5 WorldNetDaily column:

For the record, this is exactly what I – and Joseph Farah and Jerome Corsi and Aaron Klein and pretty much every other journalist at WND – believe. After exhaustive research, we don't know where he was born, and neither do you.

Well, not exactly. Let us refresh Kupelian's memory about what Klein wrote in his book "The Manchurian President":

Aside from the "natural born" debate, there is the question of whether Barack Obama has ever provided documentation that proves he was born in the United States. Understandably, given the unusual and complex story of his origin, there is ample speculation that he may have been born in Kenya. However, as of this writing, the authors find no convincing evidence that Obama was born in Kenya, nor that his birthplace was any place other than Hawaii, his declared state of birth.

That's exactly what Aaron Klein has stated in a WND-published book, which WND just can't quite be bothered to tell its readers about on its own website.

Posted by Terry K. at 10:54 PM EDT

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