Liberals, in their condescending intellectual dishonesty, have tried to humiliate and marginalize citizens concerned about the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to be president with such pithy terms as "birther", the sole content of that response being the demeaning-sounding aesthetic of the word. It's time to cut the shit. No liberal on this board has the credentials of Lou Dobbs in journalism, state legislators in 11 states enacting laws demanding birth records when it comes to political accomplishment, or now, when it comes to constitutional law, certainly not Charles E. Rice, professor emeritus at the Law School of Notre Dame University. In THIS article, Professor Rice says, among other things, this: "The speculation about President Obama''s eligibility goes on and on, with no reliable access to the truth and with no end in sight. It is time for a new approach." " I suggest no conclusion as to whether Obama is eligible or not. But the citizens whom the media and political pundits dismiss as "birthers" have raised legitimate questions. That legitimacy is fueled by Obama''s curious, even bizarre, refusal to consent to the release of the relevant records. Perhaps there is nothing to the issues raised. Or perhaps there is. This is potentially serious business. If it turns out that Obama knew he was ineligible when he campaigned and when he took the oath as President, it could be the biggest political fraud in the history of the world. As long as Obama refuses to disclose the records, speculation will grow and grow without any necessary relation to the truth. The first step toward resolving the issue is full discovery and disclosure of the facts. " Then there's always Michelle Obama herself saying Obama in Kenyan Unless the liberals here can prove they are higher placed in law than Rice, their opinion doesn't mean shit, especially when Michelle Obama herself admits that Obama is Kenyan, unless liberals are so racist that they're calling her a liar. So is Barack Obama a Keyan or is Michelle Obama a liar? Charles E. Rice, professor emeritus at the Law School of Notre Dame University, wants to know and thinks everyone has the right to know.