Skip to comments.Okubo gives false UIPA response to The Post & Email
Posted on 02/18/2010 4:24:48 AM PST by 1234
The credibility of Janice S. Okubo, Communications Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, is in question this morning, as The Post & Email discloses documents showing that she gave patently false information in response to a freedom of information request, made in accord with Hawaiis Uniform Information Pratices Act.
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Do you nutballs realize that the Governor of Hawaii is a Republican?
Do you think this means anything? Republicans do not stand for the Constitution any more, and are pretty much on side with the Democrat party in trying to ignore the issue.
This moronic response is just like the response about Obama’s eligibility .... “Well, it was in the paper”.
You are right! I didn't think of it before! The Republicans and the Clintons are in cahoots to insure that Obama is allowed to be president! You are a smarter person than me. I apologize!
You are short on facts and high on something.
informed folks have known this fact for a year, or more.
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Did anyone read the “article”? What a disjointed, rambling rant. You have to read half way through it to find out what the supposed lie is about.
He also “wrote her emphatically, demaning...” Well. You don’t have to “deman” her, she’s a woman. Geez.
I have questions about the BS Obama birth story, but ridiculous rants like this do not help.
Apparently she has forgotten that she is a Republican. Her concern for the laws of Hawaii are on life support being administered by hospice nurses.
Nice demonstration of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals there.
You can’t logically argue the article on the merits, so you debase the article for a typo.
Writing a convoluted bunch of crap is not a typo. How’s that for logic?
Keep your SA references to yourself. In fact, apply them to yourself, because your attack on me was nothing but a SA RFR tactic. Libtard wannabe.
As I said, I have questions about the birth story myself. That doesn’t mean I immediately buy into the writings of blithering idiot who couldn’t make a point with a pencil sharpener.
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As I said... nice demonstration of Saul Alinskys Rules for Radicals...
That’s what I thought.
Those following SA RFR quickly resort to name calling, which you have demonstrated effectively.
YOU equated me to a SA radical. You started it and can’t defend your action because you apparently don’t have the intellectual capacity. (That means you’re not smart.)
You are an excellent example of the adage, “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”
I do not think they are in cahoots, but they must have some reason for ignoring this issue. It’s a glaring one that you have to go to a lot of effort to step around. Why do *you* think they’re ignoring it?
Any single one of us with eyes to see and a brain to think wonder why he refuses to release his birth certificate, when it would settle the issue of his eligibility once and for all.
Will the one with the brain please step forward?
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