Picture of the Day: The 'Birther on Board' Bumper Sticker

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This stylish bumper sticker is available to you at the online store of WorldNetDaily, the socially conservative news/opinion site that has relentlessly pursued the notion that maybe President Obama wasn't born in America.

Two and a half weeks after the 2008 presidential election, WorldNetDaily launched an online petition to demand "evidence of Barack Obama's constitutional eligibility for the office of the presidency." Since then, it has followed up with countless articles on Obama's birth certificate, his father, and supposed Kenyan origins.

A play on "Baby on Board," this bumper sticker could accurately be applied to automobiles ferrying conspiracy theorists, expectant mothers, or midwives.

Should this bumper sticker spark any serious questions of presidential birthplace, rest assured that Obama's birth certificate exists, you can track it down if you want to, and Donald Trump's investigators are probably just lazy.

See the sticker here. To further liven up your birthermobile and really stick it to the fools at FactCheck.org, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and CNN, consider also snagging this one, designed to look like the copy of Obama's certificate of live birth released by his presidential campaign in June 2008:

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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