Skip to comments.White House slams latest 'birther' move
Posted on 04/21/2010 11:27:28 AM PDT by pissantEdited on 04/21/2010 11:29:49 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
White House aides are scoffing at a move in the Arizona legislature to force President Obama to show his birth certificate to get on the state's ballot in 2012 for his likely re-election battle.
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No but he was born of two US citizen parents. And they were there due to military assignment, so yes McCain is. But to your point about there being questions in both instances, that is probably no accident.
What makes you think he didn’t use those tactics you mentioned? After all, he went over to Kenya, campaigned for his cousin, AGAINST THE LAW BTW, and showed him how it is done.
Well, He should be removed from office.
No, McCain is not natural born if you go by the language in the constitution. He was born in a hospital in Colon which was not on a U.S. military base so he doesn’t get a pass there, either. That’s why there was a special vote to herald him as being eligible during the election campaign. Truth is, he wasn’t and isn’t eligible.
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Don’t tell me you’re on the verge of defending Marxism, openly.
For the Marxist defenders—as usual your ideology is no match for the simple facts.
Section 7211. Minimum Standards for Birth Certificates Requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), in consultation with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Commissioner of Social Security and others, to promulgate regulations establishing minimum standards for birth certificates.
That's a regulation for standards, not form. The COLB, in Hawaii, and other states, meets the Federal standard.
By the way, Alvin Onaka, chief of the State of Hawaii Health Department Office of Status Monitoring...
"received the Halbert L. Dunn Award for outstanding contributions to the field of vital and health statistics. He was recognized for a 40-year demographic and public health career at international, national and state levels. He has been at the DOH about 20 years.
State Health Director Chiyome Fukino said, "We are proud that Dr. Onaka has been recognized with this prestigious award and brought it home to Hawaii. Alvin is a national leader in the field of vital and health statistics, and the award is well deserved."
Inspired by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2005 contained a subsection called REAL ID to improve the U.S. system for issuing secure identification documents. Hawaii was already working on a process called Electronic Verification of Vital Event (EVVE), and it is piloting a national system, Onaka said.
"You can't travel without a valid ID," Onaka said, and a birth certificate must be used to verify a federally approved ID, driver's license or passport. "There needs to be a system that allows this to occur, and Hawaii is piloting this."
If a person goes to a Social Security office, for example, and presents a birth certificate from Hawaii, the office can input five pieces of information, access a secure database in Hawaii and get a "yes" or "no" answer on whether it is the same information, he said.
"I think we're before our time, but the rest of the world will catch up with us," Onaka said. "It's going to be a reality. ID theft is the most prevalent crime, and others have to have something to combat it."
Onaka said he is also working with passport offices and even the Little League Association on a system to verify birth certificates of the players to prove they are in the right age brackets."
A Hitler in the making with just a touch of Mussolini’s arrogant posturing.