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Written by: Diana West
Thursday, December 16, 2010 3:11 PM 

Such a sad story, with an even sadder ending: Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin has received a sentence of six months and been ousted from the Army for his decision, which he says he now regrets, to question Barack Obama's eligibility by not following deployment orders.

I wonder how Barack Obama feels about the case. I wonder if anyone in the White House press corps will dare ask him what he thinks about a career Army officer so driven by his duty to uphold the Constitution that he put it all on the line, believing it would be worth it if in the end his action could somehow trigger the release of that well-hidden document in Hawaii, the 1961 Barack Obama birth certificate, which should include such homey points as the birth hospital name and the attending physician.

Why must that mundane information remain the nation's ultra secret? The answer in large part is because the media is afraid to ask the question.

Wish WikiLeaks could wikileak it.

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