But why place the announcement at all if he is just another child flown into the country from elsewhere? Surely you don’t think Obama was planned to be President all along?
I thought he was the Messiah not Moses.
posted on 12/26/2009 9:52:36 PM PST
Birth announcements are normal. Why not do it? No one is necessarily saying it's a conspiracy because he was going to be President. But there WAS something going on as his parents never lived together.
Tell me, why not just release his BC?
posted on 12/26/2009 9:58:46 PM PST
by DJ MacWoW
(Make yourselves sheep and the wolves will eat you. Ben Franklin)
Try reading some of the certifigate threads before opening your piehole. He’s not a natural born citizen regardless of where he was born as required under the United States Constitution. [He’s a SELF-ADMITTED dual born citizen]
The fact is we don’t know where he was born, if he was born out of country say Canada or Kenya, he may not even be a U.S. citizen.
Either way you look at it, he’s a USURPER. This is the BIGGEST STORY IN AMERICAN HISTORY.
posted on 12/26/2009 10:18:43 PM PST
by Electric Graffiti
(Well, we didn't get dressed up for nothin')
If his grandmother filled out the certificate of live birth for young Barry - even though he was born somewhere outside of the United states - then wouldn't the newspaper birth announcements automatically get triggered?
The completely legally worthless newspaper announcements are a red herring.
posted on 12/27/2009 2:08:05 PM PST
(There is no "O" in Transparency.)
why place the announcement at all if he is just another child flown into the country from elsewhere? Surely you dont think Obama was planned to be President all along?
Those announcements are not "placed". They are generated by the filing of the birth certificate paperwork. Regardless of who submitted it.
But unless the long form shows some US citizen as his father, it doesn't really matter where he was born. He's not a natural born citizen.
posted on 12/31/2009 10:03:56 PM PST
by El Gato
("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
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