BY LINDA BENTLEY | MAY 4, 2011
Obama’s birth certificate, real or fake, confirms ineligibility
Newly released birth certificate poses more questions than answers
If you open the Certificate of Live Birth (top, left) posted by the White House last week in Adobe Acrobat, use the select tool and right click “copy image” and then paste the image into a Word document, you will get the image at middle, left. Document experts, who have discussed the numerous “layers” the document contains, say this should not occur.
Below, left, is one of the birth certificates for the Nordyke twins, who were born the day after Obama at Kapiolani Hospital. Although he was supposedly born in the same hospital as the Nordyke twins, Obama’s long form birth certificate is markedly different in appearance.
WASHINGTON – Last week, after the White House posted what many insist is a fraudulently created long form birth certificate, the consensus seems to be the document proves one thing; President Obama is not a “natural born Citizen,” as required by the Constitution.
Not being document experts, despite what appear to be anomalies, let’s take the document issued by the White House at face value and say it’s legitimate.
What the document confirms is Obama’s father is exactly who Obama says he is; a foreign national. And, therefore Obama in not a natural born Citizen, as required under Article II, Section 1, of the U.S. Constitution to be president of the United States.
What is peculiar though, where the document asks for the race and birthplace of each parent, it states Obama, Sr. was born in “Kenya, East Africa” with his race shown as “African,” which is neither a race nor a term used to describe race in 1961.
Obama’s mother Stanley Ann Dunham, born in Wichita, Kansas, is described as “Caucasian.”
What is also peculiar about Obama’s long-form birth certificate is it is markedly different in appearance than the white on black document issued to the Nordyke twins and it bears a higher number despite the twins being born the day after Obama and signed by the doctor and registrar three days after Obama’s.
In fact, the birth announcements for the Nordyke twins appeared in a newspaper edition published days after Obama’s.
Plus, all the available documentation regarding the meaning and intent of the natural born Citizen clause of the Constitution, one of the three requirements to be president of the United States, points to a citizen born in the United States to parents who are citizens. The premise was to prevent anyone with divided or conflicted loyalty from becoming president.
In fact, in April 2008, when the question arose about Sen. John McCain’s eligibility to run for president, then Sens. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and three others, co-sponsored Senate Resolution 511, “Recognizing that John Sidney McCain, III, is a natural born citizen.”
Although McCain was born to citizen parents, he was born in Colon, Panama, which was not part of the Canal Zone, it was not on the military base, nor was it ever a territory of the United States.
Despite that fact, the resolution states, “Whereas John Sidney McCain, III, was born to American citizens on an American military base in the Panama Canal Zone in 1936: Now, therefore, be it “Resolved, That John Sidney McCain, III, is a ‘natural born Citizen’ under Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution of the United States.”
While the resolution was basically meaningless, it appeared to simply be a gesture to allow Congress to bypass that constitutional requirement.
However, it also noted McCain was “born to American citizens.”
Obama was not. Obama’s father was never even as much as a resident alien. He was attending school in the United States as a foreigner on a student visa.
There has also never been any explanation as to why Obama is using a Connecticut-issued Social Security Number that was issued to another individual who was born in 1890, or why he has a fraudulently created Selective Service System registration.
Meanwhile Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. and Attorney Gary Kreep appeared before a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals panel in Pasadena, Calif. on Monday, on behalf of Capt. Pamela Barnett, Alan Keyes, Wiley Drake and others. The court granted 20 minutes per side, divided evenly among counsel.
C-Span, KABC-TV and CBS Network News were each granted their requests to videotape the hearing.
George Miller from the Ventura County, Calif. Tea Party attended the oral arguments.
He points out the three-judge panel was not empanelled to weigh the original case but merely to decide if it was improperly dismissed by U.S. District Court Judge David Carter in 2009.
When Kreep was given an opportunity to make his rebuttal argument, he stated, “Eligibility is not a policy (political) question but a ‘yes’ or ‘no.’”
Taitz, on rebuttal, said Keyes, as a presidential candidate, and the others have standing. She said she went to Congress both before and after the election.
According to Taitz, Congress refused to address the issue and said it was for the courts to decide.
Miller said, during a press conference afterward, Taitz emphasized Obama’s lack of natural born status, his foreign father and highly suspect credentials, while summarizing his fraudulent use of Social Security numbers and his fraudulently created Selective Service registration.