Another persons opinion about Obama’s birth certificate

25 Feb


Submitted on 2011/02/24 at 8:57 pm

The birth certificates that you show are well-known forgeries. In particular, the one that has the footprint was shown by a convicted felon, Lucas Smith, who claimed that he got it in Kenya BUT NEVER EVEN SHOWED THAT HE HAD GONE TO KENYA. It would be easy to prove that he had gone to Kenya by simply showing a page of his passport with the Kenya stamp, but he never even did that.

The National Review said: “The theory that Obama was born in Kenya, that he was smuggled into the U.S., and that his parents somehow hoodwinked Hawaiian authorities into falsely certifying his birth in Oahu, is crazy stuff.”

Obama has already shown his Hawaii birth certificate, the official birth certificate called the certification of live birth. Thousands of people use this document to prove that they were born in the USA every year. And:

1) The facts on Obama’s official birth certificate from Hawaii, were confirmed by THREE Republican officials in Hawaii.

2) There were notices of Obama’s birth in the newspapers in Hawaii in 1961 (and those were not ads. The newspapers did not accept birth notice ads in 1961. They only took their notices from the department of vital records, which did not issue notices unless there was proof of birth in Hawaii [They did NOT accept “walk in” birth registrations.]).

3) If a child were born in any other country than the USA, she or he would need a US visa or to be entered on the mother’s US passport in order to be allowed to enter the USA. If such a document existed for Obama, it would have to have been applied for, and the files of the applications for it would still exist–and NO SUCH DOCUMENT HAS BEEN FOUND.

Also, Obama’s Kenyan grandmother NEVER said that he was born in Kenya. This is a birther lie caused by deliberately cutting the tape before she was asked the question “where was he born?” She answered that question by saying Hawaii repeatedly, and stressing “where his father was studying at the time.” And, in another interview, she said that the first that her family in Kenya had heard of Obama’s birth was in a LETTER FROM HAWAII.

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