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Birthers prepare to march on Washington

The long-rumored "birth certificate march on Washington" -- a project of the original birther attorney, Phil Berg -- will happen on Saturday, May 29. Berg is beckoning supporters to the 82-acre President's Park, right across from the White House.

The event will include a protest of health-care reform because, as Berg writes:

The Healthcare bill (ObamaCare) signed into Law by Obama on March 23, 2010 is unconstitutional and voidable since he is ineligible to serve as President of the United States.

Good to know! Of course, there's a promotional video -- which rather rudely adopts the imagery of the 9/12 taxpayer march on Washington.

If the media-to-protesters ratio at last week's open-carry rally was about four to one, what's the over/under on the radio this time? Ten to one?

I haven't seen word of this on other birther sites -- much of the energy has moved over to Terry Lakin's court-martial and Orly Taitz's campaign for Secretary of State in California -- and Berg is better known for his tenacity than his organizational skills.

Eligibility Flyer Re March 04.23

By David Weigel  |  April 27, 2010; 3:29 PM ET
Categories:  Fringe  
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