Again, you are not discussing the facts. The facts show that Obama was born in Hawaii, as confirmed by (1) his short form and long form birth certificates from Hawaii; (2) the confirmation of them by the officials of both parties in Hawaii; (3) the Index Data file; (4) the birth notices sent to the newspapers of Hawaii by the DOH of Hawaii in 1961; (5) the obvious fact that Hawaii is thousands of miles from any foreign country, and the historical fact that very few women traveled late in pregnancy in 1961; (6) the fact that Obama's Kenyan grandmother did NOT say that he was born in Kenya but said repeatedly that he was born in Hawaii and said in another interview that the first that her family in Kenya had heard of Obama's birth was in a letter from Hawaii; (7) The statement by the Kenyan government that it had investigated the claim that Obama was born in Kenya----and found that it was false.<quoted text>
Remain misinformed. That is your right.
Only birther "experts"---who have not proved that they are really experts, and who certainly have not proved that they are fair and impartial say that there is anything wrong with the image of Obama's birth certificate.
The birther "experts" include Paul Irey, who has repeatedly claimed that Obama did not attend Columbia College, despite the fact that Columbia University has stated that Obama did attend (and that he graduated). And they include Doug Vogt, who claims to have found the original altar of Abraham. It is such "experts" as these that the birthers rely on for their case.
There are many real experts who say that there is nothing wrong with Obama's birth certificate, including John Woodman, who happens to be a member of the Tea Party and who dislikes Obama and Obama's policies, but shows that the birther "experts" are wrong. They also include Ivan Zatkovich, who was hired by WND to examine the image of Obama's birth certificate, and when he submitted his report that there was nothing wrong with Obama's birth certificate, WND simply did not publish it.
As for Sheriff Joe and his posse:
It is clear that rational conservatives do not believe the "birth certificate was forged" claims. Ann Coulter, Glenn Beck and the National Review certainly do not.
And the conservative secretary of state of Arizona asked Hawaii to confirm that Obama was born there and to confirm specified facts on Obama's birth certificate. Hawaii did, stating that it compared the image of Obama's birth certificate with the file copy (which is an additional confirmation that there was a file copy BTW) and that Obama was born there and that the facts match. The secretary of state of Arizona accepted this confirmation and ruled that Obama will be on the ballot in Arizona in November. This indicates that he does not believe the claims that the birth certificate is forged (including those of Sheriff Joe) and that he does believe the officials in Hawaii.