Skip to comments.Forget the Birth Certificate. There Are More Relevant Records. (Obama)
Posted on 06/26/2008 12:22:15 PM PDT by Shermy
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Let’s be gadflys....lets start a public petition.
BO’s BC is invalid.
Yes, something else concrete on this has to come out which forces them to expose Obama.
I agree, but the GOP is afraid to argue with Democrats on the issues.
No guts. Therefore, no glory.
Why would he be BHO II and not jr???
At least the National Review put it out there. Now that the case has been touched with a ten-foot-pole, others may touch it, too.
My take it's a phony!
You get it!!
He can lie, but that doesn’t mean the American people will understand.
And How thorough have the BO "Streetcleaners' been?"
While in office BO did not keep records? Had no archive system? This is heinous, damned heinous.
I'm not really sure about this guy's background in general. There doesn't seem to be a trail on him. Somebody his age ought to have that. Something about him doesn't add up. It's unsettling, but nobody seems to care, certainly not the MSM.
No, he wants to hide the fact that his birth name was SweetHome Al Obama.
Why black out the serial number? Why not counter by posting the birth records and an original birth certificate? Why does the public have to beg the candidate to produce what is clearly a basic prerequisite to running for office?
I for one, am skeptical of Mr. Obama. I want the record uncovered and I want the legislative records produced.
...”as it would require everyone in his family to lie about this in every interview and discussion with those outside the family since young Obama appeared on the scene. I would add this would require Obama to lie about his birthplace in every interview going back to Harvard Law.....”
Yup..! There it is the October surprise....!!!!
The Clinton’s surely know the truth. If there’s anything to it, word will get out somehow. Unless they can make better use out of it quietly, kind of like FBI files.
It’s not just the embossed seal is it? Isn’t it the signature stamp? Like a notary. You have the indented seal, and then you have the signature (by stamp or whatever). There is neither. And why would a person seal and stamp the back of a legal document? That doesn’t make much sense to me. But I think I am in the minority in questioning this. I keep getting the feeling people want me to move on about it.
I’m coming to this party late too. But...who would normally check into this kind of stuff when you have a person running for public office?
What about when he originally ran in Chicago politics? Was he ever vetted there?
Did he just “pop” up on the scene? Out of nowhere? Surely there has to be some kind of school records, original drivers license, passport.
Where did his mother live when he was born? What address was listed?
Let me add to that by replying to my own post...
How handy that Hawaii became a state in 1959 and he was born 2 yrs later. Silly I know but I just don’t think this all adds up.
No, it's not OK.
Embossing raises parts of the the paper. Whatever is visible on one side is seen in reverse on the other.
The premise of not being able to see the seal on one side of the document is false.
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