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Posted on 08/02/2009 1:35:53 AM PDT by rxsidEdited on 08/06/2009 12:10:02 AM PDT by John Robinson. [history]
Attorney Taitz filed a NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION to Expedite authentication, MOTION for Issuance of Letters Rogatory for authenticity of Kenyan birth certificate filed by Plaintiff Alan Keyes PhD.
Barry's Kenyan B.C.??
Special Motion for leave
http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/blog1/ (site has been the target of hackers, proceed with caution — John)
Research may be best done in how the State Department handles notification to the states that a citizen delivering a child in a country other than that state notifies the state. What forms and terms are used?
That is your assignment if you wish to accept it.....cue music!
BTW you are allowed to "Ask a fifth grader" "call a friend" or organize a team to reseach topic.
If Sr. didn’t himself, sign the divorce papers, there isn’t a shred of solid evidence he was the father or even knew that she said he was the father. ALL of the rest is hearsay. What solid facts do we have? I don’t see why this case has to be built on all circumstantial evidence. Where is the real evidence on any of this. Disregard what anyone said after this became and *issue*.
Wow, I am so sorry i even responded. The COLB is a forgery so it matters not what is on it. Moot.
ask BP2...IIRC the divorce papers were returned unsigned.
Way too much credibility is given to that announcement. Has anyone ever found an actual old Hawaiian paper showing the announcement? No, I didn’t think so. Microfiche could be changed. This is the main talking point that all moonbats use to justify their case that he was born in Hawaii.
The bigger question is why wasn’t the announcement for the Klondyke twins, who were born on the same day, in the paper? Could it be one was removed and the other replaced?
Now wouldn’t it be very interesting is someone had managed to obtain a Hawaiian newspaper from that date and Obama’s was missing and the Klondyke’s was there, proving the microfiche was deliberately faked. ;)
No coincidence. He is the father.
Based on his submission of this footnote to the federal court in January, I am surmising that the strongest evidence BO could have provided to NP to verify his Constitutional status before she Certified his eligibility for POTUS on August 27; was this same APFC characterization of authenticity. BUT THE STRONGEST EVIDENCE HE HAD TO PROVE TO THE COURT HE WAS A NBC; WAS THAT CERTIFICATION OF NOMINATION NP SIGNED AND FORWARDED TO STATE ELECTIONS OFFICIALS SO THAT HIS NAME COULD BE PRINTED ON THE STATE GENERAL ELECTION BALLOTS! This begs the question: why did lawyers from PERKINS COIE ask the court to take judicial notice their client was for real by referencing a web site run by the organization APFC, given that they could have cited his authentication as a natural born citizen in any one of the 50 Official DNC Certifications of Nomination sworn to by the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives?
Way back it was postulated by someone that ‘African’ on the alleged COLB was put on by the document forger who could not bring himself to use the term negro. There is also an earlier post today of a Hawaiian document wherein it listed the recognized terms in use by Hawaii at the time to define race. Obviously, African was not on the list.
Since we are on the alleged COLB, an earlier post today indicated that “Barack” is a unique spelling of the common name Barak. We know his supposed daddy Barak Obama did not use Barack. My understanding is that it is a creation of Obama which means he likely did not adopt its use until sometime in his college days. We know he went by Barry Sorotoro for a number of years. This would cause any earlier appearances of ‘Barack’ on a document to raise suspicion as to it being an ‘after the fact’ creation, i.e., alleged COLB, newspaper announcements, etc. Obama would have us believe that both he and his alleged daddy used the spelling Barack, but there is no indication that his daddy every used that variation of common spelling ‘Barak’.
Was the address in Mass. one that Sr. even ever lived at? Or a bogus one with the intention he would never receive them?
See this? Imagine: FMD wrote for a Hawaiian left-wing paper. He had Union associates. Both the newapers that showed the 'birth announcements' were printed in the same print-shop. FMD goes to the print-shop, asks a printer-union-buddy to include the obama announcement. Printer-buddy says, 'no, I can't, the announcements are already set to be printed...'
FMD says, 'not to worry, just cut this one for the Nordyke's out, and replace it with this one'.
The Nordykes don't complain, because they belonged to the same cabal...Eleanor can show us the birth certificates for the twins, but she can't show us the birth announcement, because she knows it was never there.
My Certified Copy of Birth Record for Missouri from the 40’s has a space in the father’s section for Color or race and for Birthplace that is to include the city, town or county and then State or foreign country. My father was Canadian so it is filled out with the name of the province and then Canada. He is also listed as white.
My Birth Certification which like the Hawaiian COLB that I just recently got from Missouri because I was applying for an American passport does not have a space for race or color. It does have a spot where it says Father’s State at Birth and it just fills it in with Canada. My mother was an American.
Possibly, but much more likely is that is was a covert operation done by the obama team last year. An actual Hawaii newspaper from that day, showing the Klondyke announcement, and not the Obama announcement would blow it all wide open. ;)
Of course, the only one that would be blamed for doing would be factcheck since they posted it. Odumbass has never stated it was real, nor has he ever posted it on his website so he would say he has nothing to do with it.
That is true. It was not me but I have checked it personally. The term in use in Hawaii was Negro. My question for research today was is “african” used as a term to designate a person of color in another culture of the world....That led me to South Africa/Dutch connection.
(I had done research on Kenya a few days back....Kenya has a big connection to the Dutch.....
Part of the historic Spice Route, claim to fame is “Clove”...and parts of the country smells of the fragrance of clove during seasons of the year.) Wonderful museums with great photo’s on line.
Funny how his slutty no good mama saved lots of other things, at least according to Jr. in his books, but she didn’t save his birth announcements? This entire things is such BS it’s laughable. The newspaper will prove it was switched but it will never prove who did it.
Yes. See: BACK HACK SACK RACK SMACK RACK BLACK CRACK FLACK STACK. It's instinctive for an english speaking person to add a 'c' - his name would have been written phonetically when he entered school. I'm guessing he dropped the english spelling on his return to Kenya.
That’s been hashed out time and again on the “long” thread...I’m trying to think out of the box with something new....
Still not buying it unless I see that he signed his name that way or that is the way it is spelled in his records at UofH which I am sure it is by now. I want to see one thing that he signed and spelled it Barack. The examples you gave are words. Not names. I doubt he came here from Africa and said” My name is Barak Obama but since I’m in the US I will now be BaraCk Obama”.
No, it won't prove anything of the kind if the switch was made in between the time that the papers were laid out ready to be printed, and the time they actually went to print.
The birth announcement. Not on microfiche.... a real honest to goodness newspaper from that date, showing the Klondyke announcement and no Obama announcement.
what????? Where did factcheck get that announcement? From microfiche? Or did they make it up? If a real hard copy of the paper shows Klondyke, that’s it. No way would FMD have has any reason to remove Obama and enter Klondyke.
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