Looks like the Birthers are
I have looked
at a lot of evidence and I have thought about Obama's own words.
He said his
grand mother was afraid of black men. Can you imagine the thoughts
going through a 1950s white grandmother's mind, after getting a call
from Africa that her white daughter just gave birth to a son
there, from a black man. After picking herself off the floor, after
fainting, here is what I think happened.
Would it not
be the 1st instinct of any good grandmother to want to protect that
grandchild? To make sure he was a USA citizen?
What I think
happened is she phoned in the birth announcement to the local paper
and then she got a birth certificate for that child, Obama, even if
it meant a few dollars, a few tears, a sad story, and groveling. As
it has been shown on other web sites, people have done things like
it in the past taking advantage of Hawaii's system.
why you can't show the long form, it does not exist.
If it did, it
would be easy enough to check hospital records, doctor records,
payments, phone records, etc. What doctor back then would not
remember delivering a black baby to a white women. Not exactly a
common occurrence back then, especially in Hawaii. This is why a
doctor, nurse, or no one else has come forward. It did not happen.
someone does have your real birth certificate from Africa, it is not
I am wondering
if your mother was really legally married at the time too.
I might have
to look into that myself.
Well, I have
looked at the high resolution picture at up to 800% and checked for
editing, and believe this is 100% correct. Not only because the
folds show how the typed text has worn at the crease, or the
wrinkles across the ink, smudges, or how the signature is over the
That mark near
the Mother section, looks like something that got squished, then
after it was folded, left a mark on the other side of the crease,
that matches it, this is viewable when blown up.
Then the top
left corner, see the staple marks? If you made this at home it would
be from the top, the holes are from the bottom, this is typical of
city records. The papers one by one, are pushed onto metal prongs
and once the stack is high enough, a cover is pushed on over the
prongs, the prongs are folded down, and then you have a book. Anyone
that has worked at an older automotive dealership or city hall knows
this is how they bound unpunched paper back in the 1950s and 1960s.
The prongs basically were steel BBQ sticks with a round pointed tip.
Deadly weapons if you fell on them.
The seal is
raised, not depressed, this is typical of older seals before hand
punches. You put the paper on the seal, then rolled or pressed on
top of it. Many times a press was used.
See the line
"Entered at the District", follow it across and see the
two folds and those little triangle rips? That comes from folding it
up from the top first, then having it in one's pocket and that
bottom corner gets worn off first. See the mother line, follow that
across and see the slightly match triangle rips.
compressed down hard, like someone sat on it in a wallet, which
caused the bigger paper rips on the bottom/outside folds.
authentic and all we have from Hawaii is a COPY.
I thought the
"birthers" were going to be as wacky as the "truthers"
when I started looking into this last August 2009. I was wrong in
that assumption, Obama has lied and is not a natural born citizen.
where is the true "long-form" birth certificate ? (click