I’m not seeing it
bit of a stretch don’t you think?
Never mind, I see what you are saying now. The jump in Richard’s name seems to be on that crease in the paper.
If people want a collection of news articles about the Obama birth certificate and the only news outlet to *consistently* post articles about this — go to WorldNetDaily, as they’re an excellent resource, all in one place — for a major news site.
You might reference the New York Times, or the Los Angeles Times, or the Washington Post, or even NBC or CBS or ABC or CNN — but why reference the MSM, when there is WorldNetDaily?
Proof positive. I think you should devote even more time to this.
I’ve seen a couple guys do this before and it may be true but I don’t understand what I’m susposed to be looking at or why its important.
what has been established is that someone lived at the residence named. further, for many years many publications listed obama’s birth hospital elsewhere.
only after people started to dig into this a month or so ago did a lot of publications retroactively make the change to reflect the new address. the hospitals themselves will say nothing.
There were no computers in 1961. Pages were manually created on a Linotype machine. While it did a very good job, there were variations from line to line and word to word.
It would be much more interesting if all the letters were perfectly typeset.
I don’t see it...but the dotted line above the Obama announcement indicates there could have been a little cutting and pasting going on.
What do I think? I think Obama should just cough up his long form BC and be done with this.
Pimp my blog. I can see how you got your nickname.
Looks fishy to me, too. I do know one thing....the Obamas, unless they were renting, never occupied/owned the home at the address in the birth announcement.
Only 2 of 17 characters (including spaces) are misaligned in the Wright name (12%), while 0 out of 15 are misaligned in the Obama name. If as much as 12% of the characters are misaligned in the entire column of birth announcements, it is still statistically realistic for the Obama name to have no misalignments.
Sorry, there isn’t any clear indication of tampering in the evidence that you have provided.
The most you could expect to demonstrate with this effort is that there is tampering going on. But there is better evidence of that elsewhere (namely the lack of publicly available records on Obama’s past).
Wait... I think I see Michael Jackson’s face on the microfiche!
Some HI Freepers need to go visit this address and report / pics as to what is REALLY there.
These are obviously not from the same newspaper. In fact, it looks like the other names don’t overlap. You also have Aug & August and abbreviations.
My contention is that these are birth announcements from two different papers.
How is microfiche forged? They’ve never posted any of the original papers so the birth announcements are only in digital format.
Who specializes in determining if microfiche has been tampered with? There must be some original new papers from this time at throughout HI. Not sure what the process is that experts use to determine if microfiche has been altered. Someone should investigate it. If found to be forged, that might be 4 documents which might have been forged, the Birth Certificate, Selective Service Doc and the Birth Announcements.
I think you’ve purposely ignored the partial lettering mistakenly left above the listing of the Obama’s on the right hand copy and the uneven spacing of the Obama entry added into the image on the left after scrubbing what was there before the counterfeiting.
Oct-Nov 1960: Ann Dunham conceives Obama Jr. -- based on a full-term pregnancy. Obama weighed eight pounds, two ounces when he was born on August 4, 1961 (p. 22 of Dreams from My Father), so we can assume he went close to full term, or nine months. Nine months before Obamas birth would be early November 1960, about three to four weeks before Ann Dunhams 18th birthday on November 29, 1960.
This causes many to wonder about the circumstances because it seems out of character with what is known of her during her high school years in Mercer Island, WA. Ann Dunham was no raving beauty and during her high school years she did not go out on dates and had no boyfriend -- instead hanging out with her girlfriends. To be suddenly pregnant four months after her graduation is certainly out of character. That her choice would be a black man is also strange. Her early childhood is from segregationist Kansas -- followed by her middle school and high school years were on Mercer Island -- where the 1950 census counted about 5,000 people, almost all white. Regardless of Obama Sr's "charm," he certainly would not be the first choice for a boyfriend given her background in white communities. Remember this was 1960 when 22 states still banned interracial marriage and even in Washington State, a black-white relationship would cause people to walk across the street.
Dunham hadn't had a boyfriend in high school, according to Maxine Box, her best friend at the time. So Box and others were stunned when Dunham wrote them to say she'd married the University of Hawaii's first African student, a Kenyan named Barack Obama. She gave birth to Barack Obama Jr. in August 1961. "We could see Stanley, with her good grades and intelligence, going to college, but not marrying and having a baby right away," said Box, a retired teacher in Bellevue. "I can't think of anything she said or did that would lead to such a radical thing. At that time, you practically crossed the street if you saw a black man and a white woman. Black and white didn't go together at that time." (Source: Seattle Times.)There is something very strange with this conception. After only four months away from the white environment of Mercer Island with no romantic experience, she has conceived a mulatto child.