Editor, President Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Hawaii is a state of the United States. It is completely inappropriate to argue with that fact.
President Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Hawaii is a state of the United States. It is completely inappropriate to argue with that fact.
The president has gone so far as to publish the entire copy of his birth certificate for the entire world to see. Why is this still an issue to the "birther" faction of the Republican Party? It is also true that the president has a different skin tone than the rest of the presidents, big deal. We should all get over the idea of that fact.
He has been a professor with great knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and can educate even the rest of the U.S. Congress about it.
The idea of racism is still alive and well in these United States, even after all this time. That is a sad addition to the history of this wonderful country and should be changed so that the rest of the world can see how great and wonderful we Americans really are.
President Obama was elected by a majority in this country in 2008 and has the right to run for reelection to the office that he holds. There should be no doubt about who he is and the idea that anyone who is not the same as others in this country should be able to realize any office, as long as they follow the rules in the U.S. Constitution, which doesn't speak about race, religion or ethnic origin.