Skip to comments.Naming a son Barack Hussein Obama was illegal under Hawaii Law in 1961
Posted on 01/21/2011 10:43:11 PM PST by bushpilot1
Section 2. All children born in wedlock after the passage of this Act shall have their fathers name as a family name.
They shall, besides, have a Christian name suitable to their sex.
Section 3.. All illegitimate children born after the passage of this Act shall have their mothers name as a family name. They shall, besides, have a. Christian name suitable to their sex.
This law was in effect until 1967. Barack and Hussein are Semitic words, they are not Christian. They are not from the English language.
How is it possible the birth certificate displayed is legal when the name is illegal.
What is real his real name? Where was he born?
All of this does not really matter..his father is a foreigner. He can never be a natural born citizen. It sure would be nice to know his real name
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“Christian name” is just another way of saying “first name”. Hawaii is saying all birth certificates must have a first name for the child
Yeah might be hard to believe (with all the atheism we have these days) but back then “Christian name” was just a way of saying “first name”
What’s with all the aliasing around many of the letters?
Race: African????? Definitely NOT 1961 terminology!
Christian name is an old-fashioned way of saying “first name”.
Christian name is an old-fashioned way of saying first name.>>>>
Yup. To not know this shows how much things have changed towards atheists being in charge
“Christian Name” doesn’t mean an English name. In legal documents,a “Christian Name” means one’s given name (first name) while a “Family Name” is the last name. “Christian Names” are unique to the individual while “Family Names” are inherited.
I don’t know what that document you posted is but to the nekkid eye it looks manipulated as all get out. There is something odd with the perspective of the stuff on the right compared to the left. Maybe it is just the way it was photographed.
Somebody smarter than me could make a more technical appraisal I’m sure, but that thing looks weird.
Don’t much matter, his old dead daddy was a British subject that makes him non-American from what I’ve read anywho.
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Of course it is very constitutional for a state to dictate what names you can and cannot name your child.
Jech v. Burch. 466 F. Supp. 714 - US: Dist. Court, D. Hawaii 1979.
“There is no known case in which the requirements of “a Christian name” that was “suitable to their sex” were ever enforced. One wonders whether Grand Constable Anne de Montmorency, first owner of the Chateau de Chantilly, could have been so named had he been born in Hawaii between 1860 and 1967.”
“Plaintiffs have a Constitutionally protected right to give their own child any surname they choose. The refusal of the registrar of births to accept the surname “Jebef” as the child’s surname is a deprivation under color of state law of a right secured by the Constitution of the United States.”
I’m certainly no expert here but taking a digital photo of lettering and saving as a .jpg causes some weird artifacts.
But that doc, whatever it is, looks strange. And, it’s still real “birth certificate” like that nimrod governor is supposed to be looking for.
Carp, I mean “not” a real BC. Too late and too much Dogfish.
No it wasn't. It may have been the will of the people. It may have been on the books. But it could not have been in effect, because it's unconstitutional on its face.
Barack and Hussein are Semitic words, they are not Christian.
No law requiring Christian names can be constitutional. The Constitution does not permit the establishment of a state cult.
As for those names being Semitic, that's an insult. They are clearly of the Moon God Religion.
Al-Lat, the Islamic Moon Goddess
Walk around it seven time, then kiss it.
Now THAT is interesting. Garcias for the post.
Negro .. ! If you called anybody black back then, you had best be in the comforts of your own home .. !