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In the Words of Tim Adams; His Master’s Thesis states,
“There is No Birth Certificate for Obama!”
“There Isn’t One!”
“He’s Lied About Being Born in a Hospital in Hawaii.”
Tim Adams. He has male patterned baldness but accused of being a skinhead.
Tim Adams was the Senior Elections Clerk for the city and county of Honolulu during the 2008 presidential election. Tim was the person who told the media that there was no long form birth certificate for Barack Obama in Hawaii, and that it was common knowledge by all of the officials there. In his position, he had a staff of about fifty people who were in charge of verifying voter eligibility. He stated in his thesis that he had access to all the usual government databases to verify voter identities. They had access to databases such as NCIS, Social Security, and others. He does not say that he looked up information for Barack Obama, just that the group had access to information.
Posted in Biographies and Selected Persons, Obama Eligibility
Tagged Birthers, Certification of Live Birth, DOH, FactCheck.Org., Globe, Hawaii Department of Health, Hawaii Elections Office, James Edwards, Keith Olbermann, Liberty News Radio, MSNBC, Obama birth certificate, Obama eligibility, Tim Adams, Western Kentucy University, WKU
Posted by Bridgette
Hey, Researchers, Wait Until You Read This!
Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Formerly with Hawaii DOH
Comments follow statements by Donald Trump questioning legitimacy of president’s birth record.
By Michael Isikoff, National investigative correspondent
NBC : April 9, Updated 49 minutes ago
The Hawaiian state health official who personally reviewed Barack Obama’s original birth certificate has affirmed again that the document is “real” and denounced ” conspiracy theorists in the so-called “birther” movement for continuing to spread bogus claims about the issue.
“It’s kind of ludicrous at this point,” Dr. Chiyome Fukino, the former director of Hawaii’s Department of Health, said in a rare telephone interview with NBC. Fukino, sounding both exasperated and amused, spoke to a reporter in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s statements on the NBC Today show last week questioning whether Obama has a legitimate birth certificate.
Posted in Natural Born Citizen Discussion, Obama Eligibility
Tagged Barack Obama, Birth Announcements, birth certificate, Birther, Certificate of Live Birth, Certification of Live Birth, cover-up, Donald Trump, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Governor of Hawaii, Hawaii Arttorney General, Hawaii Department of Health, Honolulu Advertiser, Honolulu Star Bulletin, John McCain, Joshua Wisch, Linda Lingle, Miki Booth Certificate, NBC, Obama birth certificate, Obama Campaign, Obama Certification photo, Original birth certificate, Public Index of Vital Records
Over at HotAir.com, Ed Morrissey posted the following at 1:00 pm on February 6, 2010 :
Farah claimed that the Tea Party movement was partially fueled on the notion that Barack Obama isn’t really a native-born citizen of the US. … Breitbart responded, “When has a president ever been asked to prove his citizenship?” But in fact, Obama did do just that when he released the Certification of Live Birth in June 2008, in response to an entirely different question. That may have been the first time a Presidential candidate has ever done so, and the COLB is a document that could get Obama a passport, a driver’s license, and a Social Security number. It’s all the legal proof required. If that wasn’t enough, Obama’s political opponents found contemporaneous records of his birth in the Honolulu Advertiser from August 1961.
Let’s break that down sentence by sentence and show where Ed Morrissey, who is very talented and usually nails things spot-on, this time gets several things wrong…
Posted in Elections, Natural Born Citizen Discussion, Uncategorized
Tagged 20th Amendment, Annenberg Political Fact check, Article II, Barack Obama, birth certificate, Breitbart, Certification of Live Birth, COLB, Constitution, Ed Morrissey, Employment Elibibility Vertification, Farah, Honolulu Advertiser, I-9, John McCain, Leo Donofrio, Native-born citizen, Natural Born Citizen, Tea Party