By Patrick Appel
Wiegel chuckles at anti-Obama conspiracy theorists who dug up third party evidence of Obama's birth and thereby disproved their own theories. Even Ed Morrissey has had enough:

Unless someone wants to argue that the Advertiser [which ran a birth announcement] decided to participate in a conspiracy at Obama’s birth in 1961 to provide false citizenship on the off-chance that an infant from a union of a Kenyan father and a teenage mother would run for President, then I’d say the “mystery” is over.

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