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To: WilliamofCarmichael

I saw a COLB from a guy born in 1930 that had 1930 in the number. I think it was posted here today because someone has another theory about it. To test that theory we need to see someone elses COLB born around 1961. But I saw the 1930 one on the internet. I think it is the same COLB

65 posted on 07/28/2009 8:19:04 PM PDT by RummyChick
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Isn’t FactCheck so cute ?


The Last Word? We Wish.
July 28, 2009


We at are grateful to the Obama birth certificate conspiracy theorists for hundreds of thousands of page views to our “Born in the U.S.A.” article from last November, and to our other items debunking some of their more outrageously false claims.

We’re less grateful for their thousands of sometimes abusive e-mails claiming that we’re perpetuating a dangerous falsehood, among the more printable comments. Dr. Chiyome Fukino, director of the Hawaii Department of Health, is also fed up.

She has now released her second statement (the first was made last November) saying that state records show Obama was indeed born in the U.S.A. This one states unequivocally that he is “a natural-born American citizen,” and will everyone please just leave it alone now? (We confess we are paraphrasing that second part.)

Do we expect this official statement from the keeper of Hawaiian birth records to quiet all the rumors, speculation and false claims? Of course not. We weren’t founded yesterday. In fact, doubters, we’ll get you started with a suggestion on how to ignore this latest bit of evidence.

Fukino is willing to swear that Barrack Hussein Obama is a natural-born citizen. But that’s probably because (warning: sarcasm alert), by an amazing coincidence, someone named Barrack Hussein Obama was born in Hawaii, while Barack (with one “r” and not two) Hussein Obama was being born in Kenya, or on the moon, or somewhere.

Does that sound adequately convincing without actually involving any evidence? Okay, then, go to town!

Update: The state of Hawaii has now posted the statement on their Web site — and in the 24 hours since they sent it to reporters, they’ve corrected the spelling error. Another excellent theory down the tubes!

Posted by Jess Henig on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 at 1:37 pm

89 posted on 07/28/2009 8:44:09 PM PDT by STARWISE (The Art & Science Institute of Chicago Politics NE Div: now open at the White House)
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