Berg on Obama’s Apparent Admission of Dual Citizenship with Kenya
Many of you have approached me about the recent entry on Barack Obama’s “Fight the Smears” Web site on which his former dual citizenship with Kenya–since expired–was acknowledged. While it has been popping up across the Web on other blogs, I have hesitated to bring it up because I’m not so sure how much bearing it has upon the case at hand, other than going to Obama’s overall penchant for holding back information on his background.
Actually, Annenberg’s Factcheck.org has had this information up and available since August 29. It’s nothing new. Still, I figured that the renewed buzz warranted at least a question or two for Philip Berg. Surprisingly, his answer was quite short and to the point.
“We believe that it was put up there, on that site, to get our attention away from Indonesia,” Berg said. “His stepfather acknowledged him there, adopted him there, and at this time he might not even be a naturalized citizen of the United States, forget natural born. The Hawaiian birth certificate may have been something his grandparents here used to register him in school here, and he’s been using it since. Either way, he doesn’t meet the requirements to be president, and he should be taken off of the ballot immediately.”
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