Thursday, March 8, 2012

Where's The Birth Certificate?


Ehancock said...

 Obama has show his birth certificate twice, short form and long form. He
has shown both the images of both of those and the physical copies of
both of those. THREE Republican (and several Democrat) officials in
Hawaii have stated that the facts on them are accurate. The facts are
further confirmed by the birth notices in the newspapers (always sent to
the papers by the DOH of Hawaii and never placed by relatives) and by a
witness who recalls being told of Obama’s birth and writing home about
(to her father, named Stanley about the birth that day to a woman named
Stanley). Obama’s Kenyan grandmother never said that he was born in
Kenya. She said repeatedly that he was born in Hawaii and in another
interview that the first that her family had heard of Obama’s birth was
in a letter from Hawaii.

There is no evidence that Obama or his
mother traveled in 1961. There are no documents in Kenya or anywhere
else showing that Obama was born there or that Obama’s mother was there
in 1961. It costs THOUSANDS of dollars to get from Hawaii to any foreign
country and back, and it was a long, difficult and risky trip during

Despite the absurdity of his being born outside of the
USA, Obama has shown his birth certificate that shows that he WAS born
in the USA, and it has been further confirmed by the birth notices, Etc.
The Republican candidates for president were all allegedly born in
places that are a lot closer to foreign countries than Hawaii, and they
have not shown their birth certificates AT ALL.

Other research done on this issue:

DOH of Hawaii stated in a letter that she had seen the original birth
certificate being copied onto security paper and that was the document
that she gave to Obama’s lawyer. That physical copy was passed around in
the White House press room and everyone there got a chance to hold it,
and feel the seal. One reporter even photographed it.

MotivatedinOhio said...

That is great!  

Underground Politics said...

 It really is!

Underground Politics said...

 I agree with you.