If Obama’s grandmother is truly ill, then I wish her the very best, but does anyone else think that maybe it isn’t a coincidence that immediately after or during Obama’s trip to visit his ill grandmother, his birth certificate was officially sealed from all access by the governor of Hawaii?

This news comes at the same time that we find out that Obama’s paternal grandmother has actually stated that she witnessed his birth in Kenya and the dismissal of Philip Berg’s lawsuit over Barack Obama’s eligibility for the office of President of United States, despite the fact that he has raised many troubling questions, none of which have been sufficiently answered by the Obama campaign.

He was in Hawaii already.  He could have picked up a copy of the birth certificate while he was there, but, instead, the birth certificate was sealed.  If his natural-born U.S. citizenship is a guaranteed fact, why would he not just produce the document?  And even if he does not want to produce the document, why would he go to such lengths to make sure that nobody else could possibly review it?  The judge dismissed Berg’s case on the grounds that “ordinary citizens can’t sue to ensure that a presidential candidate actually meets the constitutional requirements of the office.”  I, personally, as a U.S. citizen, find that insulting.  So are senators above the law, or is it just because he is a presidential candidate that Obama is apparently above the law?  Do “ordinary citizens” not have a valid interest in the eligibility of those running to be the president?

Still, the article that talks about Obama’s birth certificate being sealed does provide one valuable nugget of information.  It states (emphasis added by me):

Those listed as entitled to obtain a copy of an original birth certificate include the person born, or “registrant” according to the legal description from the governor’s office, the spouse or parent of the registrant, a descendant of the registrant, a person having a common ancestor with the registrant, a legal guardian of the registrant, or a person or agency acting on behalf of the registrant.

Hmm…don’t we know of a couple of people who might share a common ancestor with Obama and, yet, not have any interest in his assumption of the role of President of the United States?

Perhaps, we should ask one or both of these distant relatives to step forward and obtain the document that none of the rest of us have the right to see.