The money quote, referring to the currently circulating school registration form from Indonesia:
Guess what Line 2 says? "Place and date of birth." It's right there -- I don't care whether he was going by Soetoro or Obama at the time, the student referred to was born in Hawaii in 1961. It doesn't matter that his "warga negara" (nationality) is listed as Indonesian or that his "agama" (religion) is listed as Islam. In the first case, by living in Indonesia, he never would've lost the U.S. citizenship he gained by being born in Hawaii; as for the second, it's not inconsistent with anything he's said about finding Christ later in life (and as far as his qualification to be President goes, that should be irrelevant anyway).This is not to say that the Reverend Franklin Graham is wrong in saying that having been born of a Muslim Father, he is presumed by (many) Muslims to be Muslim. But, as Greg Page notes, he found "Christ later in life". That works for me.
At the link above you can find a copy of the school registration form.
Now, can we get back to the question of
UPDATE: My grammar has been critiqued and I have changed from "question of if" to "question of whether". This is based upon the advice of my spouse.
Regards — Cliff
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