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Wikipedia, the online "free encyclopedia" mega-site written and edited entirely by its users, has been deleting within minutes any mention of eligibility issues surrounding Barack Obama's presidency, with administrators kicking off anyone who writes about the subject, WND has learned.
Originally posted by skeptic1
The article is referring to anything that is posted on the Barack Obama page.
Originally posted by earlywatcher
Still, for an encyclopedia that prides itself on being user generated, to declare certain issues to be "conspiracy" shows questionable judgment, and to declare something Conspiracy Theory is a judgment in itself.
If we wanted only the official story, we could read old fashioned encyclopedias.
I wonder who decides which people and issues get to be mentioned and which are scrubbed. Now I'm curious. I'd better go to wikipedia and see what IS there.
McCain, having been born in the (Panama) Canal Zone, if elected would have become the first president who was born outside the current 50 states. This raised a potential legal issue, since the United States Constitution requires the president to be a natural-born citizen of the United States. A bipartisan legal review and a unanimous but non-binding Senate resolution both concluded that he is a natural-born citizen, but the matter is still a subject of some legal controversy.
He was baptized at the Trinity United Church of Christ in 1988 and was an active member there for two decades. Obama resigned from Trinity during the Presidential campaign after controversial statements made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright became public.