You can see the document—which, I would think, should be protected under the privacy laws concerning medical documents, and pertains just as much to his poor mother’s privacy as it does to his own; this “birtherism” stuff if a complete affront to women and their honesty, health, and privacy, after all—here. You can also read the completely exasperated White House statement about its release (which basically sounds like a tired parent giving in to his five-year-old’s demands for a candy bar) here.
Glad we’ve cleared that up and spent tax dollars on such an important issue.
Now you’ll have to find some other stupid and meaningless little thing to squabble over. Of course, if the Tea Partiers would like to switch to something that’s actually meaningful and important—say, how the entire country’s social services have just been axed while the defense budget went significantly up, and tax cuts for the rich were continued without a hitch, both things you’d think they’d care about—it would be a refreshing change of pace.