It’s been on the Gulf Coast, in the Southwestern deserts, the heart of the Midwest, along California’s boulevards and in Texas, and now the “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” campaign is reaching into Maryland, in the shadow of Washington, D.C., where a billboard has been erected on Route 40 near Elkton.Elkton, Md.,
A new billboard is part of a year-and-a-half-long campaign to bring attention to the eligibility questions still swirling around the presidency of Barack Obama, and is one of more than 50 posted around the country.The campaign is credited with giving new life to doubts about Obama’s eligibility now held by at least 58 percent of the American people, according to the latest national public opinion survey by CNN.Before the campaign was launched, only half of Americans were even aware of the controversy.The campaign was initiated by Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, in a bid to go over the heads of the major media, which, he says, now have a clear vested interest in covering up their negligence in not vetting Obama.
Farah is asking all those who agree that the constitutional eligibility of the president is of paramount importance for the future of the country to contribute financially to extending the campaign through 2012.”Every day we hear from Americans seeing these billboards,” said Farah. “Many of them congratulate us on the work. Others are just now being introduced to the questions that have been systematically stonewalled by the major media. I believe this campaign has raised more awareness of the issue than just about anything else. And I believe we are reaching critical mass in getting to the bottom of the mystery.”Story continues below…..