Thursday, April 28, 2011


On The Obama Birth Certificate

The Libyan military adventure putters along inconclusively as a tent-dwelling desert nomad thumbs his nose at the world's lone Superpower . . . we have reached the point predicted by de Tocqueville's where the amount of government largess doled out to the non-producers exceeds the amount of revenues taken in from those who produce . . . and reverse racism has gone from Justice Department tolerating militant, club-wielding Black Panther goons patrolling polling places to accepting as commonplace race-inspired "beatdowns" at popular fast-food restaurants . . .

. . . and I'm supposed to take this birth certificate sideshow SERIOUSLY ? ? ?

The truth be told, whether we admit it or not - we are ALL intrigued by this affair - and for what it's worth this latest scrap of paper does not pass my smell test. It took Donald Trump to get this far . . . brace yourselves for more B.S. to come.

For the record I have always said it doesn't matter whether Obama was born in Hawaii, Africa, or on the moon - he was sworn in by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and as such he is legally President of the United States . . .

. . . although I prefer to refer to him and the First Klingon as "the current occupiers of the Whitehouse".

Hear me now: I am not now nor have I ever been a "birther" - those guys are in the same league as the tinfoil hat brigade and the 9-11 conspiracy nutjobs, and I am not of that.

You have to admit however that “African” verbiage on the birth certificate - regarding Obama's father's race - is unorthodox. I remember they didn't even start using “Afro-American” until late 60s / early 70s.

On the other hand, the odds that Obama's mother got on a plane in her third trimester and did what would have been in 1961 a near 24-hour journey to a VERY foreign land is right up there with the moon landing was actually filmed in a hanger in Area 51 a la Capricorn One and Onassis arranged both the Kennedy assassinations as bizarre Hellenic crimes of passion stemming out of a four-way love triangle with Jackie in the middle.

The whole argument that there's a difference between native-born and "natural born" is a DEMOCRATIC talking point from the election of 1916, when they tried to argue that Charles Evans Hughes was not eligible to be president because his father was born in Britain. BTW, nobody ever raises this objection about presidential candidates with foreign-born MOTHERS (example: Donald Trump).

Trumps' entrance onto the political scene is intriguing; he's more than a useful gadfly but falls short of being a Conservative. Trump is a pragmatic businessman; hence his past political contributions to Democrats, but there is no questioning his patriotism and he says the correct things about China and the Arabs. Admittedly he is very controversial and we must be careful to avoid a Ross Perot scenario - Team Obama is hoping he'll run as the Tea Party candidate and split the vote but I don't think there's too much threat of that because right now we could run Mussolini against Obama and win by a landslide.

This is why of course there has been been such an unprecedented and concerted effort to destroy, malign & impugne The Sarah - because SHE is the threat. The Democrats know this and fear her for it.

Trump has provided us some refreshing distraction but ultimately he is more in Jesse Ventura's league whereas the role of successor to the great Ronaldus Magnus Reagan will go to the Wondrous White Witch of Wasilla . . .



Here is what is wrong with it:

* Paper - they did not have the legal green paper back then but a thick white rough one. Here is what one should look like; from twins born the same week and from the same book 0bama's was suppose to be copied from.

* There was NO race of “African” on official certificates until 1997. His dad would have been 'Negro'

From US gov 1961 “Page 231 contains the requirements for “Race and color.”

“Births in the United States in 1961 are classified for vital statistics into white, Negro, American Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Aleut, Eskimo, Hawaiian and Part-Hawaiian (combined), and “other nonwhite.”

* The address used on here was reportedly lived in by a family for 40 years during the time of 0bama's birth . . .

“Orland Scott Lefforge owned and occupied the house at 6085 Kalanianao­le Highway. The Lefforge family, including their 3 children under the age of seven were residing at the luxury home listed on Obama’s newly found birth certificate — 6085 Kalanianao­le Highway. The “Obamas” didn’t live there. In 1961 the Dunhams lived on Kamehameha Avenue, while Obama Sr. lived on 11th Avenue."

* There is also question about the type set used as it is from a typewriter that was released to stores two weeks before 0bama's birth and does not match the twins copy.

Today's Bird HERE



  1. How do you type on a book page?

  2. If that is suppose to be a copy of his original birth certificate, why doesn't it have his original name? How would they( the hospital)have known all those years ago that Barry would change his name to Barack?

    On another point, if you were born on the moon,Africa or anywhere else but the good ole US of A you simply cannot be the president of the US of A. You have to be born here in the good ole US of A to run for president.

  3. Mr. Obama did very well i hope now Donald Trump will calm up i think this matter will ends with this action (Release of Obama's birth certificate).

  4. @prasad...this matter will just begin as now in the words of Jerome Corsi, whose book is coming out in two weeks....
    The debate over Obama's eligibility to be president has truly only just begun, with Obama's status having changed overnight from a bemused observer to a full-contact participant.

    In other words, he can no longer blame the last fake COLB on his over-helpful staff, much less this new one which mimics its faults.
    Too bad the new forger did not even spell the registrar's name right....groan.

  5. From another analysis: Two more glaring errors

    "First of all, the birth certificate that the White House released lists Obama's birth as August 4, 1961. It also lists Barack Hussein Obama as his father. No big deal, right? At the time of Obama's birth, it also shows that his father is aged 25 years old, and that Obama's father was born in "Kenya, East Africa". This wouldn't seem like anything of concern, except the fact that Kenya did not even exist until 1963, two whole years after Obama's birth, and 27 years after his father's birth. How could have Obama's father have been born in a country that did not yet exist? Up and until Kenya was formed in 1963, it was known as the "British East Africa Protectorate". But, this is not the only thing that I found that just does not jive.

    The other item that I looked into was the hospital that Obama was born in. On the birth certificate released by the White House, the listed place of birth is "Kapi'olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital". This cannot be, because the hospital(s) in question in 1961 were called "KauiKeolani Children's Hospital" and "Kapi'olani Maternity Home", respectively. The name did not change to Kapi'olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital until 1978, when these two hospitals merged. How can this particular name of the hospital be on a birth certificate dated 1961 if this name had not yet been applied to it until 1978?"

    Now, the question to ask yourself is why did the White House release this obvious fake?

  6. Better get Dan Rather on the phone STAT!

  7. @Philistine...why did the White House release this obvious fake?

    Because he got three years out of the old fake COLB and he is hoping his supporters will rally up around him on this one.

  8. Not trying to be difficult, but the twins' birth certificates shown above also give the name of the hospital as "Kapi'olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital". The name change must have been in place by 1961.

    I'm a little more intrigued by the "Kenya, East Africa" reference. You are correct: the Republic of Kenya was not formed until 1963. Was British East Africa commonly referred to as "East Africa" and is Kenya simply being denoted as a state in East Africa?

    Is it possible that the copy of the original document is made on that sort of paper now to keep people from tampering with the copy? The reason I am asking is that I have a copy of my original birth certicate, but when the clerks in Nebraska made the copy, they did it on pink safety paper. I am just trying to think of "honest" reasons these apparent oddities might be here.

    I doubt Obama's integrity as much as you do, even if the birth certificate turns out to be legitimate. I think either way, the fact that he has kept it hidden for so long points to an untrustworthy character, and I would love to see the school records!

  9. @Peggy U...
    You are not the only confused person today. The Adobe blogs are abuzz with what they are finding. There are a number of Adobe professionals who are seeing the light today.
    Google 'adobe birth certificate' and watch some of the videos and read some of the blogs.
    It is like when you finally admit the wife/hubby are fooling around on you when you catch them in the act. Lots of shock....but they can't deny their own eyes and experience.

  10. Look at the document numbers on the top right for all three BC's. The twins were born 5 hours before Obama, and are numerically separated by 3 (37 and 38 for the twins and 41 for Obama). This would be as it should be IF the documents were filled out in real time as the kids popped out. However, the dates that the documents show to be signed is backwards. Obama's BC, numerically higher than the twins, indicates a sign date BEFORE the twins.

    Proof of fraud? Hardly. But it IS one more inconsistency in a growing trail of improbable events and downright lies.

  11. Philistine"s comment above:
    . No big deal, right? At the time of Obama's birth, it also shows that his father is aged 25 years old, and that Obama's father was born in "Kenya, East Africa". This wouldn't seem like anything of concern, except the fact that Kenya did not even exist until 1963, two whole years after Obama's birth, and 27 years after his father's birth. How could have Obama's father have been born in a country that did not yet exist? Up and until Kenya was formed in 1963, it was known as the "British East Africa Protectorate"

    I am looking at page 387 of my TIME PICTORIAL ATLAS OF THE WORLD,
    © COPYRIGHT 1961, which page shows a map of Africa. Said map clearly shows a country named KENYA. Page 388 has a larger map with the same results. Page 414 has an even larger map-still called KENYA. Page 415 has a small article about KENYA, showing an area of 224,960 sq.mi., and a population of 6,444,000. Said book has been in the continuous possession of my family since 1961, and has not been altered by the White House or anyone else.

    I agree with 1911A1 about the out of sequence numbering of the certificates.

  12. @hank & Phil.. you are both partly correct.

    Before 1920 it was known as British East Phil said.
    Between 1920-1963 it was called Colony of Kenya, Africa, or Kenya Colony, Africa
    It became a country called THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA in 1963.... or Kenya, Africa
    So - the birth certificate was 'probably' referring to the colony (Kenya) of the country (East Africa)
    It would be interesting to see what 0bama senior put for name place on his Harvard stuff that is all being brought out they wanted to kick him out.

  13. notastepford,
    they used to hand out blocks of numbers in advance. Hell, we still did it with purchase orders until a few years ago :) Our accounting department would say, hey IS, here are your PO numbers to use for the upcoming year. My biggest issues is with the "African" as a race, it never was a race and growing up in the 60/70 we always saw "negro" or "negroid" (for the uppity) listed as the race of blacks. I still don't think that a mixed born child is a "natural" born citizen, CITIZEN yes, "Natural Born" hell no!

  14. Look at the signature in block 21

    U K L Lee

    Ukelele?? If someone could show me that there really was a register of births named U K L Lee, then I could put the matter to rest in my mind. Otherwise, I tend to believe that it is improbably that the register of births was named after a stringed instrument.