Henderson, Nevada (PRWEB) May 26, 2012
The Beat Obama Committee (a regularly constituted organization registered with the Federal Elections Commission and provided by said Commission the identifying number of C00496729) is launching a fax campaign to Arizona state officials this week, encouraging them to uphold the rule of law. According to the Arizona Daily Star report from May 23, 2012, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has sent investigators to Hawaii to determine whether Barack Obama's birth certificate is a forgery.
“This will finally put the whole birth certificate issue to rest,” said Randy Goodwin, Treasurer of the Beat Obama Committee. “Since no one has seen an actual physical copy of Barack Obama’s birth certificate, we’re hoping this will settle the whole controversy.”
According to a Washington Times report on May 24, 2012, Sheriff Arpaio’s investigation has concluded that the image of Barack Obama’s birth certificate, released in 2011, might not be an authentic document. Sheriff Arpaio stated on a live March 1, 2012 webcast that his investigative team has found probable cause that the image is a forgery. Secretary of State Ken Bennett told the Arizona Daily Sun newspaper on May 19, 2012 that he is simply following the rule of law in determining whether Mr. Obama is a natural born citizen and therefore a legitimate candidate for President, according to the dictates of the United States Constitution.
According to reports in the Arizona Republic on May 23, 2012, Hawaii sent confirmation to Secretary Bennett that it has a birth certificate for Barack Obama on file.
“Saying that they have a birth certificate on file doesn't answer questions about the validity of that document,” said Mr. Goodwin. “Sheriff Arpaio's investigation is to determine whether fraud was committed.”
The Beat Obama Committee is demanding that Arizona lawmakers thoroughly examine Barack Obama's birth certificate before placing him on the ballot.Readers can fax Arizona state officials to encourage them to uphold the law and thoroughly vet the birth certificate issue by visiting BOPAC’s site.