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Arpaio asks for Obama’s Selective Service card

President Barack Obama speaks about manufacturing and jobs during a visit to Intel Corporation's Ocotillo facility Jan. 25 in Chandler. (Photo by Ryan Cook/RJ Cook Photography)

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has asked the Selective Service System for help in his investigation into the authenticity of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate.

The sheriff has asked the federal agency for the original Selective Service card completed by Obama in 1980.

Arpaio says his investigators had concluded Obama’s registration card was likely a forgery.

The sheriff says he trusts that the federal agency will investigate Obama’s card.

No one answered the phone late Wednesday afternoon at Selective Service headquarters in Virginia.

So-called “birthers” maintain Obama is ineligible to be president because, they contend, he was born in Kenya.

Hawaii officials have repeatedly confirmed Obama’s citizenship.

Obama released a copy of his long-form birth certificate in an attempt to quell citizenship questions.

Courts have rebuffed lawsuits over the issue.

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  1. Arpaio to Obama: “Let me see your papers, Boy!”

  2. Hawaii officials have never confirmed any documents ever!!!!!!
    quit reporting the lie

  3. So what’s the final answer? Did they ever pick up their phone in VA? I’m starting to wonder if obama paid off every single federal employee to HIDE everything for him. Think about it, our debt has more than doubled where is all the money going to exactly? He slashed our military and NASA. We really have to wonder who the federal employees even work for, America or obama?

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