The Ledger-Equirer has become the epicenter of birther media through its coverage of the Cook v Good hearing. After reading some the birther remarks left there, I added the following to the article:
Sometimes racism is invoked to explain the unprecedented demands for every scrap of documentations about Obama’s life from kindergarten to his law practice, and I’m confident that’s true some of the time.
But what is unmistakeably racist is the implication that Hawaiians are complete fools insofar as their administrative processes in issuing birth certificates, and that their documents certifying the location of someone’s birth can mean anything one imagines them to mean.
When the signed and sealed Certification of Live Birth from Hawaii says Barack Obama’s “Location of birth: Honolulu” then you can be damned sure that it means what it says.
More at obamaconspiracy.org.