That sounds legitimate
In a Talking Points Memo piece about Pamela Geller’s endorsement of Herman Cain, Eric Kleefeld includes a little history of her odd claims and ideas, including something I hadn’t read before. Kleefeld links to a blog post from April in which Geller claimed that President Obama’s long form birth certificate “raised more questions than it answered,” and offered further proof that he was unqualified to serve:
Clearly, BHO I was never divorced from his first wife in Kenya. Further, INS suspected the BHO I/Stanley Ann Dunham marriage was a sham, arranged strictly to secure immigration status for him. But if Barack Senior was a Muslim polygamist, his “marriage” to Stanley Ann Dunham was invalid. Obama Senior was a Kenyan citizen. Kenya was still under English law at this time.
Illegitimate children had different rights — at least they certainly did in 1789. There is no way that the founders of this great nation intended for an illegitimate child of a foreign bigamist to attain the highest, most powerful position in the new land.
I think Founding Father Thomas Jefferson would be particularly shocked and dismayed to see an illegitimate child attain the position he once held.