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A January 2006 article from Honolulu Advertiser writer (and Obama defender) Will Hoover claimed that Barack Obama was born in Indonesia.
Around early 2006, either former congressional candidate Tammy Duckworth or Honolulu Advertiser writer (and Obama defender) Will Hoover said that Barack Obama was born in Indonesia.
Kitty Pilgrim of CNN lies, smears over Obama certificate issue (John Avlon and Errol Louis lie) - 07/20/09
On the video from CNN at dailykostv.com/w/001945, Kitty Pilgrim attempts to "debunk" the Obama citizenship issue and shows that she's simply a dissembling mainstream media hack. The discussion features Orly Taitz and Alan Keyes on one side, and John Avlon and Errol Louis on the other. Rather than trying to get the facts of the matter, Pilgrim persistently engages in mockery, as do Avlon and Louis. Pilgrim first leads off with a summary of the issue; here are the problems with what she says: * She refers to Obama's "birth certificate", saying it shows he was born in Hawaii. See this for why...
On July 1, Robert Farley of Politifact offered "White House spokesman Robert Gibbs "lied" when he said President Obama's birth certificate is posted on the Internet"  about an ad WorldNetDaily ran regarding a question Les Kinsolving asked at a press conference (
Obama's October surprise-ish: State of Hawaii says his birth certificate is genuine (but...) - 10/31/08
[See the 12/05/08 update below] The Associated Press offers an article perhaps misleadingly titled "State declares Obama birth certificate genuine" (link). There are some problems with the article, as will be discussed below. State officials say there's no doubt Barack Obama was born in Hawaii. Health Department Director Dr. Chiyome Fukino said Friday she and the registrar of vital statistics, Alvin Onaka, have personally verified that the health department holds Obama's original birth certificate. Fukino says that no state official, including Republican Gov. Linda Lingle, ever...