Well, would certainly be a game changer. A clear “smoking gun”, if you will.
Though in this case it appears that both parents were US citizens (a presumption on my part).
But, as James Randi says: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof”.
Can you provide anything to substantiate or support your claim?
Seriously, If what you say is true, you have a moral imperative to do everything in your power to provide clear evidence that a person who is known to be born outside the United States, presumably to American parents, can indeed obtain a Hawaiian COLB listing a Hawaiian birth under Hawaii’s current vital records system.
That this is two separate individuals, would clearly demonstrate that this isn’t just a fluke administrative error.
To: El Sordo
I would have to talk to the individuals first. I don't know how ‘involved’ they would want to get(both voted for the 0bama and still back him). I admit I'm going by their word, as I have NOT seen any of their certificates. However we all work for the State of California and have had EXTENSIVE background checks so anything fishy or illegal should have come up. They also would have no reason to lie to me. I understand though that obtaining an Hawaiian COLB was/is quite common if a parent/parents are residents of Hawaii at the time of their child's birth. One last point, their parents were involved with the same organization which may/may not matter.
posted on 09/05/2009 11:21:22 PM PDT
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson