First it was outdoor billboards, now a group is going to the internet with a campaign demanding President Obama come clean regarding his birth certificate.
World Net Daily, which bills itself as "an independent news company dedicated to uncompromising journalism, is soliciting donations for its latest efforts.
The billboards say "Where’s the birth certificate?" The latest campaign is placing ads on various internet web sites, including The Drudge report.
"We’ve raised about a dozen billboards around the country, raising lots of awareness about Barack Obama’s continuing refusal to come clean with the American people about his birth," explained Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND and the creator of the billboard campaign.
"Now we’re taking the billboard campaign to the Internet – allowing many millions more to see what’s happening and giving them a chance to participate in the effort."
Farah said the campaign has raised about $125,000 to date, and plans are to erect more billboards across the country.
Farah said the campaign was born of frustration with timid elected officials in Washington, corrupt judges around the country and a news media that show a stunning and disturbing lack of curiosity about the most basic facts of Obama’s background – especially how it relates to constitutional eligibility for the highest office in the land.
Several large billboard companies have refused to accept the billboards, according to Farah. Those include CBS, Lamar Advertising and Clear Channel Communications.
World Net Daily is now offering magnetized bumper stickers with the now-famous message and design – "Where’s the birth certificate?"
If you haven’t done so, register today and post your comments. Is World Net Daily beating a dead horse? Or has President Obama yet to fully prove his American birth?
For more about the company, visit www.wnd.com.