Obama Birth Certificate from Kenya? Breaking News?
Since I have no idea weather this is a true story or not, I would really like to hear what you all think.
Would be great if it were true! But I’m not holding my breath even if true that anything would change.
Two things come to my mind. The so-called document from Kenya calls for an official signature. But instead, it has a typed-in name. So it could easily be a fraud too.
Secondly, what the h_ _ _ difference does it make at this point? The man is sworn in, and serving as President of the U.S.
Does anyone think for a minute that this birth conflict is going to change anything?
Sorry, but knowing the number of dirty tricks that have been proven inaccurate in the past, why wouldn’t we be willing to consider that this is just another of those desperate attempts to cause trouble for whoever is running against you, or is already in power?
Personally, I’m sick of this silly bickering back and forth, especially in view of the serious problems our country is facing.
My own personal conspiracy theory on this is that Obama’s non-citizen status is the trap door that TPTB have at-the-ready, in case they need to remove him . . . After all, they’d only have to produce an authentic birth certificate from Kenya, and a few credible witnesses . . . Easie-peasie . . . Whoops! . . . There goes the pres! Now you see ’em . . . now you don’t! . . . It’s much less messy than assassinations . . . No annoying grassy knolls or magic bullets to fuss about . . . No inconvenient witnesses to dispose of . . .
Think about the mess this could create . . . Every order and bill signed by Obama would be of questionable validity, since, never having been eligible for presidency, it might rightly be argued that he never was the president . . . The chaos could be, well, chaotic . . . We might have to ask the United Nations to come in and straighten things out for us . . . So nice of them to be there for us in our times of trouble . . .
OK . . . I’m done speculating now . . .
Oh, please. I thought this website was populated with intelligent perceptive people. This hoax has gone on long enough. The authentic birth certificate from Hawaii has been produced, as have newspaper announcements of his birth. Only a lunatic fringe group keeps this nonsense alive. The other night Jon Stewart (most trusted newscaster in America) said the Kenyan certificate is actually an Australian certificate that has been altered. If you can’t trust him, try factcheck.org.
How about a little critical thinking. Obama could clear this whole issue up by producing the long form of the birth certificate, you know, the one with the name of the hospital and perhaps even the name of doctor who delivered him? This document should be very easy to provide and would easily clear up this whole mess. Perhaps Obama likes the controversy but it would be nice if he would clear up this little issue.
While this could be an issue, or maybe not, this topic clearly crosses into deeply partisan territory. Emotions run deep here which is the only evidence I need to categorize this as a belief laden subject.
Without casting judgment on either side of the left-right partisan string on this issue, I hereby move this topic to the controversial arena.
No offense intended, this isn’t a left-right issue, although it is the right that keeps it alive. It is a fact-nonsense issue.
What you see is paper produced because of a provision of Hawaiian law that permits the issuance of certifications of live birth to those born outside the state or even outside the country. No one in the American public has seen his "Birth Certificate".
I’m not saying he is or isn’t a US Citizen. But why doesn’t he just bring out his original Birth Certificate that the State of Hawaii has in its possession? If he has nothing to hide, bring it out.
BTW: As I’ve stated before, both Snopes and fact check are run by ultra liberal factions. Same with YouTube and Google. I’m not right wing/left wing/ any wing but I don’t trust anything from those sites. Might as well trust Wiki.
I disagree strongly with your characterization of factcheck.org. I’ve found their assessments to be quite consistent in searching out the objective evidence and exposing questionable claims, frequently to my disillusionment. I don’t know about Snopes and, of course, youtube will put anything out there that will attract consumer interest. I only use Google for searches and financial stuff a little, but I haven’t noticed any particular bias there.