Likewise, many people reject the idea that there is a problem with his birth certificate.
These concepts are rejected on the grounds that such things require massive conspiracies.
The implication (sometimes explicated) is that massive conspiracies don't work.
Unfortunately, there is no evidence to support the contention that massive conspiracies don't work. Often, they work quite well.
Here is a very short list of some conspiracies that worked out wonderfully well for years or even decades at a stretch.
Successful Massive Conspiracies
Ending of slavery in England - Neither the man who proposed the legislation in Parliament nor most of the people who voted for the legislation realized they were passing a bill specifically designed to end slavery in the British Empire. The reason? The bill didn't attack slavery directly, instead, it created an economic situation which would eventually make legalized slavery economically impossible. The conspirators intended this slavery-ending economic effect, but only the conspirators realized the bill would have this effect. It wouldn't become obvious to everyone else until several years after the bill had been implemented.
Establishment of the Federal Reserve - Whatever you may think about the Fed (and not being an economist, I have no particular ax to grind with it), the fact is, it was established via a conspiracy of economists and bankers. In order to avoid detection, the men in question even went to the trouble of dressing up as duck hunters and taking alternate routes to meet at their rendezvous to discuss the mechanics of how they were going to implement it.
Establishment of Social Security - to this day, there are people who actually think this is some kind of insurance program. Most of the American population don't understand that it is simply a massive tax that forms part of an enormous Ponzi scheme.
The first use of the tank - although tactically indifferent in its effects, it was likewise a complete surprise to the troops who faced it for the first time.
In five New England states cases of polio roughly doubled after polio vaccine was introduced. Nevertheless in the midst of the polio panic of the 1950s, with pressure to find a magic bullet, statistics were manipulated by health authorities to give the quite the opposite impression.
- look at the way Nancy Pelosi phrased the eligibility papers for Barack,
- see BHO's reticence to reveal ANY paperwork on himself,
- look back at his own public statements,
- his wife's public statements,
- his family's public statements,
If he is keeping one or more big secrets, if he and his friends really did decide to engage in a massive conspiracy, if the people involved in such a putative conspiracy were even moderately intelligent, they would lay out the time line first.