@Jeebus: The problem is The Big 0 keeps feeding them.
My take is a bit nuanced, but I understand where they go off the deep end. I believe the information on the documents which have been made public accurately reflects what was on the original certificate, but that they published materials are at least duplicates if not forgeries. Here's why:
He was born in 1961. The published copies list race as "Black." While that is correct in our current US lexicon, it wasn't in 1961. In 1961 "Black" is what the "N-word" is today. It was the Black Power movement, who popularized "Black" as the correct descriptive word, precisely because it was the most derogatory term and they thought it would build the pride necessary to overcome racism. And while you might find a well-coiffed secretary kvetching about "N*******" on her coffee break with her friends she'd never say "Black." Furthermore you can bet your paycheck for the whole year that when she filled out the birth certificate she used the officially approved anthropological term "Negro" which never carried negative connotations.
It is possible the original was lost in a flood or a fire and therefore this all innocent because today no well-coiffed clerk would put in the word "Negro" when filling out the replacement record. But they keep insisting it IS the original and everybody who says otherwise is bonkers and racist.