It seems the issue of Barack Obama’s birth certificate is never going away.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported late Friday that singer Pat Boone believes the President was born in Kenya, and that the birth certificate he produced in April is a photo-shopped fraud.
“I was in Kenya a year and a half ago and everybody said, ‘You know, he was born here,’” Boone told the Chronicle Friday night at a GOP function in California.
Boone also called the President “a Koran-in-Arabic reading, Ramadan-celebrating, Kenyan-born fraud who’s ”spending millions” to ”hide” his records from the American public,” according to Joe Garofoli.
“But the media ignores it….a total fraud. A photo-shopped fraud,” Boone remarked.
“Growing up in Indonesia, he used to read the Koran in Arabic..so that was instilled in him as a young boy…he hasn’t celebrated any Christian holidays in the White House, but he does Ramadan,” he said.
Garofoli adds: “That may be a surprise to those who have attended, say the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast. Apparently, Pat’s invite is..cough..cough…in the mail.”
Boone, a member of the Beverly Hills Tea Party, also had high praise for GOP Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann.
“I think she would make a good president…I don’t know yet whether or not she’s electable in today’s climate, but we would be in good hands,” he said, adding, “I don’t know whether the country’s ready to elect a woman.”
Though Pat doesn’t expect to endorse a candidate much before the official nomination, he called Friday night a major success for Bachmann, saying “we will be in very good hands if she is the president.” Boone said, she’s more qualified than Obama, to whom he apparently doesn’t give any “Love Letters in the Sand.”
Again, ask your parents.
In April, President Obama released a long form birth certificate showing he was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but critics argued the on-line form was either edited or forged.
Several videos surfaced showing layers in the document some say prove it was not real.
The certificate is set to be scrutinized by a “Cold Case Posse” set up by Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio after a Tea Party group questioned its validity.
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