Hank Williams Jr. has made a lot of claims about President Obama that can never be proven. But if he deserves any credit for anything, it's that nothing he said can be completely proven false beyond any reasonable doubt either.
These next two nimrods, who tied for 2nd place on the wanted list, have devoted years of their lives to promoting a wild conspiracy theory that has been proven wrong.
#2-A: Pat Boone
Pat Boone has never been a stranger to controversy, or extremism. He once penned an article in which he compared liberalism to cancer, and also wrote an article for WorldNetDaily in which he compared the terrorist attack in Mumbai to gay rights protests.
But he truly passed his moral event horizon when became the first celebrity voice of the infamous "birther" movement -- the sect of hateful, hyper-conservative Republicans so devoted to hating and undermining the presidency of Barack Obama that they refuse to even accept his candidacy as valid, and who justify this belief by continually insisting that the President was actually born in Kenya.
This has been proven false beyond a shadow of a doubt. Barack Obama has attempted to address this controversy by releasing his birth certificate twice, and both times, Pat Boone and his legion of fellow lunatics immediately declared it a forgery.
Yet all Boone can provide to back up this claim is his own pigheaded insistence to the contrary.
Boone told the San Fransisco Chronicle that “He’s spending millions of dollars so that we do not have his records and experts have already looked at and been able to verify that this long-form document is a fraud.”
In reality, the only people who claim to have analyzed the document and declared it fraudulent are Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his volunteer "posse," the same clowns responsible for the disastrous police raid with fellow know-nothing Steven Seagal.
Boone has also stated that Barack Obama is fluent in Arabic, read the Koran in Arabic as a boy, and has not celebrated any Christian holidays in the White House, also without any proof of such being given.