The embossed seal in question is, she said, probably on the back of the document provided to Daily Kos, but not visible (as in another certificate posted on Israel Insider for contrast). She thinks the difference in visibility can be attributed to the pressure used when applying the seal.
How does one emboss only one side of a piece of paper?
posted on 06/26/2008 12:29:15 PM PDT
by Political Junkie Too
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To: Political Junkie Too
“In other words, she sees no reason to think the version posted on Obama’s web site and Daily Kos is not genuine.”
How does one come to that certain conclusion given the spokeswoman’s actual reported words?
Some knowledgeable people here have said the embossing indentation might not show up due to the way the document was scanned. I’ve seen no explanation why the ink would show up on one document but not the other. Did the 2007 signature block use a lighter ink than years prior? Don’t know until Obama lets someone examine it.
posted on 06/26/2008 12:37:27 PM PDT
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