|I would have expected an owner's manual with Mitt. Image from MSNBC.|
You see, as the birth certificate branch of birthers lost some steam, they were overtaken by the "two citizen parents" faction. Some take this to mean that both parents must've been born in the USA, some just say they both must have been naturalized before the candidate's birth. No law says either thing, just to be clear. There are several other tangents in the birther conspiracy corner, and some cancel each other out, but are still sometimes held by the same people! Yeah, nobody said conspiracy theories have to make sense.
Romney's birth certificate evokes his father's controversy
Finally, there is definitive proof: The presidential candidate was born in the United States, and his father was not.Yes, Republican Mitt Romney appears eligible to be president, according to a copy of Romney's birth certificate released to Reuters by his campaign. Willard Mitt Romney, the certificate says, was born in Detroit on March 12, 1947. . .
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PS. If the birthers are going to be consistent, they're going to have to examine the above image with a fine-toothed comb. They're going to need to take it into PhotoShop, Illustrator, maybe Inkscape. They'll need to zoom in, enhance, unmask, ungroup. What's with the "VOIDVOIDVOID" business? Huh? and look at the left side of the document. Clearly it's been cut off. What are they hiding? What are they hiding?