Time for New Look at 2008 Obama Passport Breach

Among the unexpected findings of the Sheriff Arpaio cold case was this one: Records of Immigration and Naturalization Service cards filled out by airplane passengers arriving on international flights originating outside the United States in the month of August 1961, examined at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. are missing records for the week of President Obama's birth, including the dates Aug. 1, 1961 through Aug. 7, 1961. This revelation evoked memories of one of the great underreported stories of the 2008 campaign: the multiple breaches of the presidential candidates' passport records in March of that year.  In one of its more egregiously dishonest moments, the Washington Post headlined the story on March 22, "Rice Apologizes For Breach of Passport Data; Employees Looked at Files On Obama, Clinton, McCain." The "Rice" in question is Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.  The offended party in the Post story was Barack Obama.  He told reporters that he...(Read Full Article)

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