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Birther march on Washington postponed to 'August/September'

A quick tip for anyone hoping to spend Saturday outside the White House at the ballyhooed Obama Birth Certificate/Eligibility/Obamacare/March on Washington: You should update your travel plans. It's off. Philip J. Berg, the attorney who announced the march, is asking for a delay.

Due to scheduling conflicts and the importance of this March, the date of the OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE / ELIGIBILITY/ OBAMACARE March on Washington is being rescheduled to sometime in August / September 2010. The new date will be announced shortly.

That's some delay -- Berg tells Ambreen Ali of Congress.org it's because the short notice was hurting his goal of creating "largest march on Washington that our nation has seen." Of course, Aug. 28, 2010 will be the day of Glenn Beck's march on Washington, so that day's taken.

By David Weigel  |  May 28, 2010; 9:14 AM ET
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