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In 1981, Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department's "no travel" list and Obama could not have used a US passport to travel to Pakistan. If he used a British passport, it would mean that he was born in Kenya. Because Obama’s stepfather that adopted him was Indonesian and both his mother and him became Indonesian citizens themselves, a country that did not allow dual citizenships, if he used an Indonesian passport, it would raise even more questions that the American people need answers to. Then there is the question of forgery. Watch these videos and form you own opinion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA6_k3NtXZs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMSZQfvqKcI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBgkDSw-wQ0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I_-ATxzyiM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qe2bpV1QlkE I can never get a live link here. Copy and past the addresses onto Google Cybercorresponden http://cybercorrespondent.blogspot.com
1 posted on 09/20/2009 4:31:40 PM PDT by Cybercorrespondent
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i haz enter key?


2 posted on 09/20/2009 4:33:21 PM PDT by TheZMan (White male, short hair, armed Patriot. Keep pushing.)
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Not to be a pain in the ass, but could you back the statement that Pakistan was verboten to US travelers. I have yet to see a real reference to it.


3 posted on 09/20/2009 4:34:45 PM PDT by Jet Jaguar (A mob of one.)
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In 1981, Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department's "no travel" list and Obama could not have used a US passport to travel to Pakistan.

There are darker ways he could have traveled to Pakistan than the one you mentioned...

4 posted on 09/20/2009 4:35:27 PM PDT by GOPJ (When I hear "New York Times"-fair or unfair-what I hear is "New York Times Whore House"...)
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In 1981, Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department's "no travel" list and Obama could not have used a US passport to travel to Pakistan.

There are darker ways he could have traveled to Pakistan than the one you mentioned... and easier ones. He could have traveled to another country that didn't have a problem with Pakistan and flown from there... Or he could have flown under a fake passport provided by people we don't want to know about ... Didn't Oswald fly to Russia? Not saying that what Obama did was illegal. It's unlikely... odd - if you pin it down - ping me.

5 posted on 09/20/2009 4:40:32 PM PDT by GOPJ (When I hear "New York Times"-fair or unfair-what I hear is "New York Times Whore House"...)
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There was a travel advisory about going to Pakistan, not an outright travel Ban.


6 posted on 09/20/2009 4:42:00 PM PDT by chemical_boy
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Doesn’t the left have some kind of hubub going over employees looking at Barry’s passport file or something?


7 posted on 09/20/2009 4:42:37 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (I don't remember Americans being called "racists" when we fought against Hillarycare.)
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A “cyber correspondent” without hyper links is like a TV correspondent without make-up and hairspray.


8 posted on 09/20/2009 4:45:04 PM PDT by hole_n_one
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"He went to Pakistan as Barry Sotero and came back Barack Hussein Obama. In the early 1980s, there were only two reasons to travel t Pakistan: drugs and jihad. Barack went there for drugs and came back with hihad."

Pamela Geller

9 posted on 09/20/2009 4:45:35 PM PDT by Stepan12 (Palin & Bolton in 2012)
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Suggest you go look up US State Department Travel Advisory for Pakistan in 1981, No. 81-33A
http://dosfan.lib.uic.edu/ERC/travel/cis/southasia/TA_Pakistan1981.pdf


10 posted on 09/20/2009 4:47:33 PM PDT by deport
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Nonsense.

I was in Pakistan in 1979. There was nothing in 1981 that would have prevented an American from entering Pakistan other than Pakistani immigration officials.

This whole "birther" conspiracy is the wrong way to oppose Obama. If I were him, I wouldn't respond to document requests either; the Democrats benefit from the perception that the Right is populated with lunatics. The problem isn't his citizenship or his birthplace, it's his ideology.

13 posted on 09/20/2009 4:51:23 PM PDT by RBroadfoot
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Did he train at an al Qaeda camp while he was there?


18 posted on 09/20/2009 4:54:48 PM PDT by Brilliant
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You know, I have no idea what nation’s passport young Barry was traveling on in 1981, but to claim it couldn’t have been a US passport because Pakistan was on a “no travel” list of some kind is PURE CRAP.

I KNOW it is pure crap because I traveled to Pakistan in the same time frame on my US passport with no difficulty whatsoever. Not only that, but there were PLENTY of Americans there at the time, working on a myriad of projects. It wasn’t the nicest place in the world for an American, but the pay was good, and with a low profile, no more dangerous that a bunch of other places in the world where Americans toil.

Not only did I travel to Pakistan in the early 1980s, but also to Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Finland, Thailand, Indonesia, Dubai, Kuwait, Bahrain, and more. I mention this only to establish that I traveled a lot in those days, and a trip to Pakistan was not different in any way to going to any of these other places, you get a visa and go. It was NOT necessary to get any special State Department permission.

One more thing, just to clear up another possible misconception. Other countries don’t give a rat’s ass whether the US State Department have them on some sort of list when it comes to admitting visitors. What, does anyone think that when someone presents at an immigration station somewhere, the immigration official will pipe up with a “Sorry, your State Department has placed our country on a no visit list, so you can’t come in.”

That’s a laugher.


21 posted on 09/20/2009 4:59:05 PM PDT by John Valentine
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From all the research done on this... there was an advisory, not a ban.


22 posted on 09/20/2009 5:02:03 PM PDT by autumnraine (You can't fix stupid, but you can vote it out!)
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You must have gotten all wrapped-up in the latest viral email regarding this subject, as your post is eerily similar to the bs email that my BIL forwarded to me a few days ago. But thanks for posting this misinformation about the travel “ban” for about the billionth time here on FR.


23 posted on 09/20/2009 5:07:47 PM PDT by JustaDumbBlonde (America: Home of the Free Because of the Brave)
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Hasn’t this one already been debunked as garbage?


25 posted on 09/20/2009 5:12:13 PM PDT by PAR35
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Because Obama’s stepfather that adopted him was Indonesian and both his mother and him became Indonesian citizens themselves,
You are full of info aren't you? Where did you get the info that Obama's mother became an Indonesian citizen? Got a link to that one?
28 posted on 09/20/2009 5:18:49 PM PDT by deport
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In 1981, Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department's "no travel" list and Obama could not have used a US passport to travel to Pakistan.

Falls apart right off the bat. Pakistan was not and has never been on any U.S. State Department "no travel" list.

31 posted on 09/20/2009 5:33:12 PM PDT by Non-Sequitur
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In 1981, Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department's "no travel" list and Obama could not have used a US passport to travel to Pakistan.

Complete and utter nonsense used only by those who wish to spread disinformation or those who are not intelligent enough to conduct proper research.

55 posted on 09/20/2009 11:50:39 PM PDT by trumandogz (The Democrats are driving us to Socialism at 100 MPH -The GOP is driving us to Socialism at 97.5 MPH)
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The key issue is that in 1981 Obama was in the US as a foreign student, with a scholarship that is reserved for foreign students exclusively, therefore he did not have a US passport because he wasn’t a US citizen. He still isn’t.


58 posted on 09/21/2009 1:08:44 AM PDT by meadsjn
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Dude bad argument. I went to Pakistan in the early 80' on a US passport. It is simple I departed from Germany. No body cared and I had a visa from Pakistan that they were MORE than happy to issue.

BTW I know several people who go to Cuba on business on a regular basis by going to some other country first. You can even go to Cuba from the UK.

62 posted on 09/21/2009 5:27:32 AM PDT by mad_as_he$$ (Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof. V for victory)
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