posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 05:41 PM
Many people are aware of the controversy surrounding Obama's birth. Fewer recall that similar questions were raised during McCain's campain: McCain
was born in the Panama Canal Zone, and even during the election there were a number of people who questioned whether that would disqualify him as
See, for example:
The New York Times: McCain’s Canal Zone Birth Prompts Queries About Whether That
Rules Him Out
The London Times: McCain's Panama birth prompts
eligibility probe by his campaign
Now, what are the odds of a single election cycle having not one but *two* candidates -- both winning their respective primaries -- who would bring to
the office questions about birthplace and eligibility? Sure, it could be a coincidence, but as tinfoil-hat-wearing denizens of the fringe world, we
must always ask ourselves: Could something bigger be at work?
And if so, why this problem, and why now?
Maybe somebody or something wanted this particular question to be on the table, regardless of whether a Democrat or a Republican took office. I'm
going to leave you geniuses to speculate as to who, and for what possible purposes. Those wearing their globalist/NWO hats might consider how the
questions about birth, nationality, national boundries, cizenship, etc. at the highest level could influence broader conceptions in the move to erase
borders and consolidate control. But that's just one possibility. It could have been done by a group or groups with more modest and specialized aims.
Perhaps it makes sense as a weapon to hold over any president's head...somebody with "smoking gun" type evidence that could destroy an entire
administration would have quite a leash around the President's neck, and would certainly never get put on hold during a call to the Oval Office. What
else? Who? Why? Or is it mere coincidence after all?
edit on 1/3/11 by silent thunder because: (no reason given)