Andy Martin, J.D., Professor of Law, has personally invited Barack Obama to the “National Conference on Barack Obama’s Missing Birth Certificate and College Records” on April 3-4, 2009. Obama will be in Europe at that time, but hopefully a representative will be present in his stead. I wish one of “us” would be able to attend this Conference. I am very curious as to what the “Surprise” will be. I also wish I could see the look on Obama’s face when he reads this letter. Andy Martin is out on one thing only “the truth”. Thank you, Andy, for being bold and fearless.
March 30, 2009
President Barack Obama
The White House
Washington, DC 20500
via fax (202) 456-2461
Dear President Obama:
I am writing to invite you to attend the National Conference on Barack Obama’s Missing Birth Certificate and College Records.
You are of course welcome to send an aide or representative in your stead.
While it may seem unusual to invite you to attend a meeting questioning your provenance and college records, I believe there are good reasons for you to want to participate. Our invitation reflects that the conference is open (subject to nominal registration requirements) to the public. It will probably be recorded and broadcast on the Internet. Our conference will be devoted to searching for the truth and facts, not devoted to personal attacks.
I note, parenthetically, that out of all of the persons who questioned your qualifications in 2008, I was the only one that you sent Mr. Gibbs out to attack by name. I consider that testimony to the fact that I was using fair and impartial scholarly research techniques to search for the truth. My research and writing probably cost you millions of votes, although it did not cost you the presidency. I certainly cost you a bigger landslide. And I am not going away. I am working on a second book, pursuing my litigation and energizing my research, all with the spirit of openness and honesty that has always been my hallmark over the decades.
Finally, while the “mainstream media” have declared you a “natural born citizen,” it is undeniable that a significant number of Americans have rejected the media’s preemptory diktat. My guess is that the number of “Doubters” is far larger than you or your media acolytes care to admit. The mainstream media make fun of the people they call “birthers,” but as I point out below in this letter these citizens are merely “Doubters.” There is room for doubt. I know it and you know it.
Since you yourself have said you are devoting attention to non-traditional channels of communication, I would think you would want to quell rumors and suspicions. “Doubters” include Democrats, Republicans and independents.
As you are no doubt aware, I have pending litigation in Hawai’i seeking access to your original, typewritten 1961 birth certificate. Why not surprise everyone by sending someone to the Conference with a written, notarized authorization directing Hawai’i officials to release that document? It would show a spirit of openness and confidence on your part that has been lacking in the past. And what about access to the college records?
I met David Axelrod over 30 years ago, when he was still working for a living at the Chicago Tribune. Your media advice is in capable hands. Nevertheless, given that you are physically in the White House, it would seem to me you would want birth and college information released at the earliest opportunity. That’s my opinion.
Here are details about the conference in case you wish to confirm your appearance or the appearance of a representative:
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