Some conspiracy theorists have observed that the recently-seen diplomatic passport for Barack Obama shows his name as “Barack Hussein Obama” but his Certification of Live Birth shows the name as “Barack Hussein Obama II.” In conspiracy theories, any inconsistency is proof of the conspiracy, whatever it is.
How is it possible that the names do not match? Is it proof that one of the documents is fake? Unlikely, according to this from the US Department of State’s Foreign Affairs Manual governing names on passports:
Families sometimes change name suffixes when an older generation dies. You may accommodate such a request provided the suffix on the identification documents presented corresponds to the name requested.
A birth certificate is not an identification document.
H/t to Scientist.