Citizen Wells: “The Burden of Proof is on Obama.”

Any author who writes on a highly controversial topic will receive negative reviews. And my topic is certainly one of the most controversial issues one could choose to write on.

I’d like, then, to present the second written review I’ve received, and the first negative one. It comes from Citizen Wells of citizenwells.com. Here’s an excerpt:

“I was leaning toward giving John Woodman more benefit of the doubt. However, after mulling this over for a few more minutes a disturbing trend or puzzle picture emerged. A number of things Mr. Woodman has stated, used as evidence or omitted concern me. Whether this occurred at the subsconscious level or intentional level I do not know. John Woodman has stated and the premise of his book is debunking the debunkers. He seems more concerned about doing this than arriving at the truth about Obama‚Äôs eligibility and whether or not the image placed on WhiteHouse.gov proves a Hawaiian birth for Obama.”

Mr. Wells’ full review (which I will respond to later) can be viewed here.

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5 Responses to Citizen Wells: “The Burden of Proof is on Obama.”

  1. skepticismrocks says:

    Please read Dr. Polland’s book, “Alias Barack Obama: A Lie Is Born.”

  2. skepticismrocks says:

    Please read Dr. Polland’s book, “Alias Barack Obama: A Lie Is Born.”

  3. skepticismrocks says:

    “Any author who writes on a highly controversial topic will receive negative reviews. And my topic is certainly one of the most controversial issues one could choose to write on.”

    If I were to give your book a “rating,” it would be above average. What I’ve come to see, however, is “birthers” give this book extremely poor ratings simply because they disagree with you and many of your arguments go against their bias and anti-birthers give you high ratings simply because they agree with you and many of your arguments seem to support their bias. I really would like to see many more objective reviews such as Dave’s.

    I believe your book “proves” the long form could be real. I personally believe it is indeed a real document. What I will not agree to, however, is that either the document is -definitely- “real” or “fake.” Someone would have to confirm the original document’s authenticity for me to say one way or the other. Even if the birth certificate is real though, there is still the possibility there is an amended birth certificate we have never seen. I’m open to all kinds of possibilities.

    Oh, and I should also mention I consider the short form and long form birth certificates to be almost completely different issues. We have only seen a “fresh copy” of the short form. In other words, were forced to deal with a document supposedly made in 2007 (or was it 2008?).

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  5. John Woodman says:

    April 2012: Having reached firm conclusions on the birther movement (see my various most recent and wrap-up posts), I’m moving on, and to facilitate that I’m closing comment sections of this blog as I do so.

    My feeling is that the things that need to be said have already been said.

    That said, if you feel you have a comment to some post here that’s really, REALLY important and ought to be added to the site, email it to me. If I agree, I’ll add it.

    Sincerely,

    John Woodman

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