The article cited goes on to describe three other methods by which a fraudulent certificate for Barack Obama could have been obtained in 1961 in Hawaii.
Unfortunately, those certificates issued by either the Territory of Hawaii or the State of Hawaii are not fraudulent. Obtaining a Certificate of Live Birth was a simple matter at the time designed with good intentions, i.e. to reunite families of guest plantation workers; but also with political intentions. The act created what we now call 'Anchor babies' who are US citizens, which enhanced and expedited the parents Naturalization process, increased the population at the time of Hawaii's bid for Statehood and continued for more than a decade after statehood, which in turn increased Federal funds to the state. It was calculated, deliberate and legal under the existing laws.
It could also serve other purposes as Madelyn Dunham knew from her experience working at Bank of Hawaii. On the only discovered form that appears valid, it's Madelyn's signature alone that attests to young Barry's birth. (This should raise eyebrows.)
It served her errant daughter and grandchild well.
posted on 12/12/2009 11:28:54 AM PST
It could also serve other purposes as Madelyn Dunham knew from her experience working at Bank of Hawaii. On the only discovered form that appears valid, it’s Madelyn’s signature alone that attests to young Barry’s birth. (This should raise eyebrows.)
Link or Jpeg???
Not to debate semantics, I think a birth certificate obtained by way of false representations is fraudulent.
I am unaware of the document to which you refer purportedly signed by Obama's grandmother. Can you fill me in please?
posted on 12/12/2009 12:27:37 PM PST
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