E-Verify said that the number was not a valid number. And why was that so? Because when a number has been published, people cancel that number and get a new one because the old number might be used by other people to access your private data. And what happens when the old number has been cancelled and a birther puts in an E-Verify check for that number? Duh, E-Verify says that it does not exist, that it is not a valid number.
Get it? The number was cancelled before the E-Verify check. That's why E-Verify said that there was no such number.
Stupid is as stupid does.<quoted text>
Notice that the above comment does not respond to the facts. It just calls names. This is typical of birthers.
It was showed that an E-Verify check of a SS number would fail if the number was cancelled. The birther does not even respond to this common sense answer. Another example of why Ann Coulter, Glenn Beck, Bill O'Reilly and the National Review all call birthers crazy.
Why is Obama still using the same number that e-verify flagged?