Skip to comments.Obama Birth Story Unraveling - Mother In Univ Class In Seattle 15 Days After Obama Supposedly Born!
Posted on 08/08/2009 9:20:49 PM PDT by MindBender26Edited on 08/08/2009 9:33:42 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Jerone Corsi, Ph. D. is about to drop another bombshell, casting further doubt on the stories of President Obama's birth.
Dr. Corsi, whose doctorate is from Harvard, is an excellent researcher and investigative journalist. He was the driving force behind the Swift Boat veterans telling the truth about War Phony John Kerry. He is also the author of "Obamanation."
In his latest research, to be splashed on WND early next week, Dr. Corsi will reveal that he has documentary evidence that the mother of Barack Obama Jr., Ms Stanley A. Durham-Soetoro, began evening classes at the University of Washington in Seattle on August 19, 1961. This is just 15 days after she supposedly gave birth to President Obama in Hawaii.
We are expected to believe that in just15 days, she gave birth, stayed in the hospital for a few days, them packed her things and left her house in Hawaii, moved to Seattle, got established there, registered for, then began classed in Seattle, all the while caring for her newborn.
The new evidence also destroys another Obama legend-lie. According to the Presidents autobiography, Obama Sr. and Durhan-Soetoro were supposedly deeply in love and made a happy home together in Hawaii, complete with their baby, until Obama Sr. had to move to Boston to attend Harvard and could not afford take Stanley and baby Barack with him.
According to Dr. Corsis new written evidence, Durham-Soetoro was in college classes, thousands of miles away from Hawaii and did not return to the islands until long Obama Sr. left for Harvard.
Dr. Corsi also reveals that a Hawaii Certificate of Live Birth requires no proof of any kind and could simply be issued on the sworn statement of one parent.
All of this simply adds to the fast growing uncertainty and suspicion over Obamas supposed birth stories. Is August 4, 1961, his real birth date? Where was he really born? When he traveled to the Middle East in the 1990s, he did not have a US passport. What country issued him a passport, and why? Why wont he release the one document that would answer all the questions?
It just gets deeper and deeper.
**Mother In Univ Class In Seattle 15 Days After Obama Supposedly Born!**
I agree. Oblahblah’s ideals and legislative agenda should be more than enough to take back the house, and possibly the senate at midterms. The “average”(read REAL) Americans are fittin’ for a battle over the idiocy’s of their legislative reps. and heads will roll in ‘10.
I don’t know where Stanley Anne was on Aug. 4 1961 although my vote so far goes for Canada. However I came across something very early this morning while I was watching TV trying to put myself to sleep. It is in regard to the other birth story—that of Stanley Anne herself. The official story is that she was named Stanley after her father because he wanted a boy so much that he gave her a boy’s name—his own. But I was watching a movie called “In This Our Life” starring the extremely popular actress Bette Davis. She was playing the role of Stanley Timberlake. And the movie came out in 1942, the year of our Stanley’s birth. So It could very well be that her mother saw this movie and thought that if a female character in a movie was named Stanley and could get away with it, why not name their baby, Stanley, regardless of whether it was a girl or boy? I could hardly believe what I was hearing when I first started watching and it was quite interesting just watching her going about being called Stanley all the time. Madelyn probably thought it would be cute. Of course I’m just quessing but if Madelyn had been a Davis fan like just about everyone back then, it just kind of makes sense.
David & all
- WND just posted another transcript doc supporting the Aug 19 date:
New thread discussion here:
You need to take your own advice.
There is absolutely no legal definition of "natural born citizen" the requires citizenship of the parents. This has been explained here many times, with *legal* cites. Do the research, but not at birther sites.
The August 19 date is wrong. It makes a difference only in that it would tighten the time line between birth in Kenya on August 4 (August 3 Pacific Coast time and date) and her next appearance and the other things she needed to have done between birth and attendance at the U of W. She wasn't in class at the University of Washington on the 19th of August.
It appears to me most likely that the incorrect date stems from a misreading, probably by more than one person, of 9/19 as 8/19 because the number is on the fold and difficult to see.
I am happy to talk to Corsi about it--the date is wrong.
Cute story. Reminds me of one from our own family. The father was supposed to register his daughter as Kerri. What did he do? Wrote Kerry on the form. Not satisfied with one mistake, the second daughter he registered as Tony! Not Toni as instructed. His wife was furious. Both girls told the same story...father subconsciously wanted a boy...
Oh, OK, I stand corrected.
As far as the rest of your statement about my needing to take my own advice, you have been around here long enough not to go around willy nilly sticking your nose in when you clearly don't have a grasp of the facts.
Most of these *Legal* sites dwell on the immigration matter, which is an entirely different question than Article II issues, See the birther publication produced by the State Department for this.. as a start.(Post 290) OK?
The transcript would show if they were correspondence courses. Extension courses are generally evening/weekend classes, although at some schools the evening classes are just part of the regular schedule. Extension courses are also often taught at some "off campus" location, such as a school, for teacher grad courses, or a nearby company for engineering courses. But I think if you check the U. Washington Extension , you'll find extension classes scheduled the evenings. But they also have courses in a "Downtown center
Today many of the extension courses are taught online, especially the lower level ones like Stanley Ann took,
Since they are the ones pushing the August 19th date, and since the numeral in question is clearly pushed up against a line, and since they have not cared to issue a higher resolution copy, and many people think the number looks like a '9', and since even around here WND is frequently called "World Nut Daily", I don't think I can just take WND's word for it.
August 19th, 1961 was a Saturday. This is not a day that any college I am familiar with would start classes, especially night classes. September 19th, 1961 was a Tuesday.
Many months ago information appeared in a number of articles (such as this one), which I believe originated from the UW registrar, that the fall 1961 quarter began on September 25th, 1961. This was a Monday, which would seem to make the most sense. Perhaps, since Stanley Ann was enrolled in an extension course, it began a few days early.
Unfortunately the Internet has not yet absorbed all the information formerly on paper, so it is difficult to just look up the academic calendar for UW in 1961.
This guy on FR claims that he was on the UW campus during August and early September 1961, and there was nothing going on.
Perhaps a night class would not exactly correspond to the usual academic calendar, but it wouldn't be 4 months long either, when no other class at UW ever is.
We basically had that prior to the 17th Amendment.
The 17th Amendment superseded Article One, Section 3 of the Constitution.
The States have no representation in Washington today.
Most of those restrictions dated to the 1920s, although one was sort of "renewed" in '42, but even that one only ran for 21 years, to '63. Neighborhoods change, especially during WW-II, when Boeing was turning out B-17s and B-29s, and other aircraft like sausages. So who knows how many and which of those restrictions were still in place in '61.
I suppose it's possible, but if she was going to work at home, she'd have signed up for Correspondence Courses instead of Extension courses, then she could have had them sent almost anywhere. Not so very long after this, well ~75, my sister in law took high school classes by correspondence, while living with us in Oklahoma while her parents were in Pennsylvania, and the college she took them from is in Nebraska.
Racial deed restrictions became common after 1926 when the U.S. Supreme Court validated their use. The restrictions were an enforceable contract and an owner who violated them risked forfeiting the property. Many neighborhoods prohibited the sale or rental of property by Asian Americans and Jews as well as Blacks. In 1948, the court changed its mind, declaring that racial restrictions would no longer be enforced, but the decision did nothing to alter the informal structures of segregation. It remained perfectly legal for realtors and property owners to discriminate on the basis of race. Only after Congress passed the Housing Rights Act in 1968 were there measurable openings in Seattle’s system of housing segregation. (See Racial Restrictive Covenants: Enforcing Neighborhood Segregation in Seattle by Catherine Silva)
(I’m an Aussie, both the geography of the area and the idea of segregation are foreign to me, I can only go by what I read...and this website appears to be comprehensive.)
Nice theory, but Obama's COLB also says his was filed by registrar on Aug. 8th, while those of the Nordyke twins say they were filed Aug. 11th. (there is a slight difference in terminology from the '61 Certificates and the 2007ish COLBs. and not just Obummer's), so if the COLB date were correct even under your "process a day's worth before lunch", which is probably correct, his would have been done 3 days before theirs, and so should have a number around 150 less than theirs.
Scan it in, first covering individual information with a piece of card stock or some such. We'd all like to see it.