St. Charles County Council chairman Joe Brazil says he may introduce a council resolution that asks for the county prosecutor or the state of Missouri to examine whether President Barack Obama is eligible to hold his office...
Brazil was among 40 people who showed up at the Vision Library in St. Charles to listen to Taitz, who spent almost two hours outlining her allegations that Obama was born in Kenya, the home country of his father. Taitz also questions the validity of the Hawaiian birth certificate that Obama's campaign posted on its website last year to refute such assertions...
Also in the audience was state Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O'Fallon, and a representative for state Sen. Jim Lembke, R-Lemay. Davis and the Lembke aide, John Judd, said they were simply there to listen to Taitz's arguments.
Still, Davis said she found Taitz to be "fascinating. We need to get to the truth of what's going on."
The simple "information gathering" claims are just not credible.
UDPATE: Mannies' updated post includes more information on the many breakdowns of the fraudulent theories:
The state of Hawaii and Obama's American relatives say he was definitely born in the United States. His mother was an American citizen who met Obama's father, an exchange student, at the University of Hawaii. Because Obama's mother was an American citizen, they said, Obama would automatically be one, too.