Wednesday, January 26, 2011

The Missing (non-existent?) Birth Certificate

by Al Benson Jr.

Having followed the whole "birther" scenario on the Internet regarding Comrade Obama's real birth certificate (or lack thereof) has been an exercise in futility. Obama's former press secretary and paid propagandist, Robert Gibbs, openly laughed at those who wanted to see a legitimate birth certificate for Obama rather than that paper charade that has been posted on the Internet. Gibbs is gone now, for whatever reason. Small loss.

Those that brought lawsuits into many courts in the land demanding to see proof of Obama's place of birth were routinely dismissed by judges who probably know what the game is in Washington and who are not about to jeopardize their legal careers by doing what is right. They found technicalities in each case that allowed them to dismiss them all without dealing with the real issue--was Comrade Obama born in this country or not??? Obama has spent big bucks keeping any real records about anything regarding himself hidden from public view. Ain't "transparency" wonderful?

WorldNet Daily has spent much time and effort following this situation. In fact, they have paid to have billboards put up around the country that just ask "Where's the birth certificate?" The "news" media, in its true "investigative" spirit has ignored all this where it could and made fun of it where it couldn't.

But, on January 24, 2011 there was an article on WorldNet Daily by Jerome Corsi that was quite revealing. Mr. Corsi stated, quite plainly that: "Former Hawaii elections clerk Tim Adams has now signed an affidavit swearing he was told by his supervisors in Hawaii that no long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Barack Obama Jr. in Hawaii and that neither Queens Medical Center nor Kapi'olani Medical Center in Honolulu had any record of Obama having been born in their medical facilities." We've been told in the past that he was born in one, or both of them. So which is it? With no records, most likely it's neither. Does that surprise anyone anymore?

And, according to the article, Adams stated: "and there was no record that any such document had ever been on file in the Hawaii Department of Health or any other branch or department of the Hawaii government." Interestingly enough, when this furor all started, Adams was one of a dwindling number that believed that Obama was born in Hawaii and that he is a legitimate citizen of the United States. Wonder how he feels now that he has signed this affidavit and had it notarized.

I would urge folks to go to WorldNet Daily's web site and check out some of the stories concerning Obama's birth certificate and related subjects. There is a list on that site, as long as your arm, of articles that deal with this.

If the man currently in the White House (and maybe with his leftist politics we should rename it the Red House) is not legally a United States citizen, and he is allowed to continue in office, then we will have set a precedent for future presidents. Who needs to be a citizen of the US in order to be president? No one, as long as he covers his tracks well enough! Our socialist Congress was notably derelict in its duty on this one--and I suspect that was the intention.

Comrade Obama--where IS the birth certificate--here, or someplace in Kenya or Indonesia? A suspicious public would like to know, but I'll bet you and the media ain't telling.

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