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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Obama birth annoucement, confirmed again

A birth announcement is cannot be considered as proof that a particular person is actually born at the location indicated. Barry take a hike.

- David Crockett

The Post & Email

by John Charlton

(Dec. 16, 2009) — A second citizen-investigator has recovered a copy of a different Hawaii Newspaper from Aug. 1961, which contains the same birth annoucement for Mr. & Mrs. Barack H. Obama.

Page B6 of the August 13, 1961 edition of the Honolulu Advertiser reports the following birth annoucment:

Mr. & Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6086 Kalanaianaole Hwy., son, Aug. 4.

You can download the PDF scan of the copy obtained from the mircofiche through this link.

The citizen-journalist was in search of the birth annoucement for the Nordyke twins, but did not find it. She also reports that of all the boxes of microfiche for the Honolulu Advertiser in that year of 1961, the box containing the weeks of Aug. 1 to Aug. 15th, was the only one showing signs of being opened before her arrival.

The missing annoucement of the Nordyke twins, who were born just hours after the alleged birth of Barack Hussein Obama Jr., is a mystery yet to be resolved. The Honolulu Advertiser page reports births for Aug. 3-7. So the Nordyke twins should be listed, but they are not.

The Honolulu Star Bulletin’s birth annoucments of Aug. 14, 1961, list births from Aug. 3 to Aug. 7, also. The Nordyke twins do not appear in that listing either.

The Post & Email published last week the story of the confirmation/finding of the Star Bulletin’s annoucement by a different citizen-journalist, and can confirm that both citizens are staunch Obama opponents and entirely credible sources.

Common Misconceptions regarding these Annoucments

There are many misconceptions surrounding the ineligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to be president of the United States.

First, it is not necessary to find his birth certificate, to prove that he is ineligible and is a usurper. He has already claimed a British subject, as his father (Barrack Hussein Obama, Sr.); that alone is sufficient to disqualify him.

Second, the finding of the birth annoucments do not prove he was born in Hawaii, as they merely state the claimed legal address of the parents in the year of the birth. The child could have been born anywhere; the filing could have been submitted by a relative who was not a witness, for a foreign birth.

Third, the birth annoucments do not confirm the name of the child. Ostensibly, the child could have died soon after, and the parents adopted a foreign born child to replace their loss in their time of grief…while there is no evidence to back such speculation, there is no reason to discount it until actualy documents are released.

Fourth, that Obama’s campaign released an online image of an alleged short form document testifing to his birth, proves nothing; and is made all the more dubious by the fact that neither the Hawaii Department of Health will confirm that the image is of a real, authentic document, nor that they ever released the copy which the campaign claims to have put on the internet. Even Obama’s current White House Counsel, Robert Bauer would not cite the online COLB as evidence in the case Hollister vs. Soetero, so unsure he was to defend its authenticity. Perhaps this is so, because a blank Hawaii Certification of Live Birth appeared on the net just days before the Obama campaign put out his alleged COLB image, from which the famous COLB image was produced or derived, according to several analyses available on line.

Fifth, Dr. Fukino of the Department of Health of Hawaii has withdrawn her statement that her department has Obama’s birth certificate, by affirming on July 28th, 2009, that it possess instead original vital records of his birth. Why Obama unlike nearly everyone else in America requires more than one document to prove his birth, is the problem that he and his campaign have been running cover for, for the last 5 years.

Obama has thus refused to provide documents proving he is a natural born citizen of the U.S.A., or that he is even a citizen of the U.S.A.; let alone who his biological parents are or were.

And despite more than 40 law suits to obtain documents which Obama could acquire for less than $50, he has refused to do so, even though he promised an administration of transparency and openness.

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