Canada Free Press has the details of the latest development. The CFP is calling it a "very real conspiracy". Not a theory... a real conspiracy (definition here).
World Net Daily has its own analysis, selecting the most important stuff for us.
Read 'em both (the CFP one is best enjoyed whilst you've got the time to absorb and process the information carefully, so put on a pot of coffee or tea, or, if you're somewhat pressed for time, then for now, read the WND article, which is shorter and more focussed on the damning stuff).
(...) each Party is assigned the duty of vetting and certifying the legal eligibility of their own candidates.(...)
Here's the two certificates, one with the constitutional qualification phrase, and one whose only difference from the other is that it omits the constitutional qualification phrase (wonder how come?).
The nomination certification document for John McCain and Sarah Palin includes appropriate constitutional qualification text:
The text certifying that Barack Hussein Obama was “legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the United States Constitution” had been removed from the document sent to the states. And yes, I have a copy of this version of the DNC Official Certification of Nomination letter too!
In fact, this version is in Election Commission files of all fifty state Election Commission offices, state DNC headquarters, complete with date stamps, matching signatures, even the same Notary of Public authentication, and absent the constitutional text.
Just in case you are wondering, the answer is yes. This version also includes the same typo present in the version not submitted by the DNC, but including the constitutional text, which means both documents have the same place of origin.
The individual at DNC headquarters who prepared this very important document was not only a poor typist… they were sloppy enough to leave both versions of the signed documents lying around.
Well, now, shouldn't there be a serious, independent, interference-and-intimidation-proof investigation? Sorry, but it's not enought to simply accept Obama's word that he is constitutionally qualified, or Pelosi's, given that they're both known liars. Given the information above, there is reasonable and probable cause to proceed with investigation and to get a court order that proof of eligibility be provided to court, subject to formal authentication and so on and so forth.
To not investigate, well, would be, obviously wrong. And would set an extremely dangerous precedent.
Calling Ken Starr...