Suit Contesting Obama's Citizenship Heads to Supreme Court Tomorrow

Those familiar with the case say his “real” birth certificate authenticated by Snopes and Factcheck actually has 2007 borders and doesn’t list the hospital, doctor or place of birth:

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Tomorrow the Supreme Court will look at the lawsuit challenging president-elect Barack Obama’s citizenship.
Supporters will hold a vigil on the court steps in the morning.
Newsday reported:

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama’s U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama’s election.

The meeting of justices will coincide with a vigil by the filer’s supporters in Washington on the steps of the nation’s highest court.

The suit originally sought to stay the election, and was filed on behalf of Leo Donofrio against New Jersey Secretary of State Nina Mitchell Wells.

Legal experts say the appeal has little chance of succeeding, despite appearing on the court’s schedule. Legal records show it is only the tip of an iceberg of nationwide efforts seeking to derail Obama’s election over accusations that he either wasn’t born a U.S. citizen or that he later renounced his citizenship in Indonesia…

Among those filing lawsuits is Alan Keyes, who lost to Obama in the 2004 Illinois Senate race. Keyes’ suit seeks to halt certification of votes in California. Another suit by a Kentucky man seeks to have a federal judge review Obama’s original birth certificate, which Hawaiian officials say is locked in a state vault.

Earth Frisk has more background on this story.
According to the report, hospitals in Hawaii have no record of Obama being born or his mother ever being there.

Previously:
Dr. Alan Keyes Sues Barack Obama Over Eligibility

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