Skip to comments.Where is the seal? (vanity)
Posted on 04/27/2011 8:15:38 AM PDT by Former Fetus
So, we all have seen a copy of Obama's long form birth certificate. Or haven't we?
This is a copy of a 1961 Hawaii's birth certificate. Very similar to the one released by the WH, right? Wrong!
Look at the document released by the WH.
Where is the embossed seal of the State of Hawaii? Where are the signatures of the director of health and the registrar general from 1961? Why don't they show in the so-called copy?
If The Donald does not make a big stink about this, it means he's a stalking-horse for Hussein, meant to inoculate him from further birth certificate inquiries.
The document released today only raises the question more urgently - “What is the definition of a Natural Born Citizen?”
Pres. Obama releases his birth certificate... the question now is why did he spend millions of dollars trying not to release it?
I find the upper left corned and border of the doc to be interesting....looks like the document was over layed onto the security paper....
Nobody called negros “African” in 1961. Forget that it’s not a race. It would be like catching a document from that era calling a homosexual “gay”.
This is starting to remind me of a certain document where the scrutiny began with “superscript”.
I’m looking forward to the flood of documents offered as proof that negros were identified as african in documents such as this.
Do you have some problem with reading comprehension? I think you’ve posted this same lie on every certificate thread this morning. It is NOT, I repeat NOT the same document he released before. That was a certification of live birth.
Can we see the "True and Correct Copy" of what is on file for the President?
The document was scanned from a bound book of birth certificates, then printed on the security paper using a laser printer.
Agree..it makes no sense..I don’t even know what that border is...if the document is curved..like from a book..yet the horizontal items in the security paper don’t curve also..i’m confused..
This document has his father’s race listed as “African”. I thought back in those days the commonly used term was “Negro”. Another red flag popped up?
That makes sense....
You mean the way the H in Honolulu has some missing ink, but the H in Hospital doesn’t? I would think a bad spot in the ribbon could do that, or maybe just a key that wasn’t pressed completely.
I’m not a PDF expert but I don’t understand the white blocks around all of the typing. If you blow up the PDF, you can see that the typed material is not going directly on to security paper. The typed material is all isolated in white blocks, with a security paper background. It seems odd.
The acronym COLB stands for "Certificate of Live Birth."
Look at the top of the released document:
What does it say?
Who is the liar now?
The seal in the first one is the old way of officiating the copy. It’s not part of the original.
*A certified birth certificate has a registrar's raised, embossed, impressed or multicolored seal, registrar's signature, and the date the certificate was filed with the registrar's office, which must be within 1 year of your birth. Please note, some short (abstract) versions of birth certificates may not be acceptable for passport purposes.Emphasis added. The seal is neither raised, embossed, impressed or multicolored. I tend to agree with you that that document does not seem to me to meet the requirements for proof of citizenship for a U.S. Passport.
The “H” in Honolulu is curved in on the right side, as well as has a missing spot. The “H” in Hospital is straight up and down on the right side and has nothing missing. The Curving on the “Honolulu” could be due to a bad photoshop when they brought the “o” in from somewhere else in the document.
On the bottom of the page...where is the Director of Health’s signature? Where is the Registrar General signature? It’s all missing on Obama’s BC?
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