From various comments that have been made, it would seem that people don’t want to get involved in the legitimacy of Obama’s birth certificate because they don’t want to be judgemental. ”Judge not,” they say.
If you went to a doctor, would you want him to be non-judgmental? He might see that you have a serious disease that might kill you, but in the interests of being non-judgmental he might not say anything.
If you went to your mechanic and he noticed a problem with your car, would you want him to be non-judgmental? Let’s say you needed a brake job, and he noticed that, but since you didn’t specifically ask for that, he didn’t want to be judgmental and tell you anything is wrong.
If your gas lineman came to take a reading for your monthly gas usage and smelled a gas leak, would you want him to be nonjudgmental and not say anything because it might upset your day to know there is a problem?
“Of course not,” you would say, “that’s ridiculous, of course I would want to know about these things to deal with them.”
So why doesn’t the mainstream political parties and politicians, along with the mainstream media, want to deal with the fraud of Obama’s birth certificate and the implications arising from that?
And it is not only the political parties and the mainstream media. It is also the church. Hitler came into power partly because the church was not willing to judge what was happening.
Now that is not 100% true as there was a man named Bonhoeffer, who saw the problems, and sounded the alarm, but he was in the minority. You can read more about Bonhoeffer here.