'Tea-Party Conservative' Refutes Claims of Obama Birth Certificate Forgery
As Tea Partiers flock to hear Sarah Palin speak in Iowa this Saturday, one conservative who identifies with the movement is busy shredding the "expert claims" that President Barack Obama's birth certificate is forged.
And John Woodman insists that what might be seen by some as odd behavior for a conservative is, in fact, completely in harmony with the Tea Party's "Restoring America" theme.
"I didn't set out to disprove the forgery claims," he says. "I set out to discover the truth. And truth, even when some may find it inconvenient, is definitely one of the values we need to preserve and restore in our society."
In this case, unraveling the truth took Woodman, a computer professional with 20 years' experience, a full 3 months of careful investigation. He meticulously researched more than 30 different claims of evidence that Mr. Obama's birth certificate is forged - and ended up dismissing them all.
"There are certainly a lot of odd and interesting things about the birth certificate," he says. "But in spite of what you've heard, not one of them amounts to credible evidence that it's a fraud."
A related survey by Mr. Woodman suggests at least two-thirds of Americans have heard the rumors that President Obama's birth certificate - publicly released by the White House in the form of a computer PDF file - is an obvious and proven forgery. And those claims have been backed up by an entire panel of experts showcased by conservative website WorldNetDaily. But Woodman says that all of "their experts" are wrong - and that his detailed analysis proves it.
The full story of the investigation is being released nationwide today in a 221-page book titled Is Barack Obama's Birth Certificate a Fraud? A Computer Guy Examines the Evidence for Forgery. The book, with more than 70 illustrations, is available through Amazon and other major outlets, in both paperback and e-book formats.
Woodman says his investigation also reveals mysteries about the birth certificate not talked about anywhere else: "In about 20 different instances, I've presented information that is either entirely new, or very little known until now."
But is he worried that WorldNetDaily's panel of experts will be able to counter his analysis?
"I'm always willing to be proven wrong. But I'd say they're the ones who are now going to have to backtrack," he replies. "So it will be interesting to see what happens from here."
More information and ongoing updates on the controversy are available through the book's official website, http://www.ObamaBirthBook.com .
About John Woodman
John Woodman has spent 20 years as a "computer guy" in varying capacities - including programming, consulting, designing and building software (both for the US government and for private industry). Since 2003, he has been an independent, self-employed computer professional.
Mr. Woodman is available for interviews.
Web site: http://www.ObamaBirthBook.com
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