Hawaii officials: 'African' never correct as race
Birther Summit leaders take campaign to reveal Obama to islands
Posted: September 14, 2011
8:47 pm Eastern
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That's the report today from officials with the Birther Summit, who are on the islands now to publicize their offer of $10,000 for "the actual edition of the Honolulu Advertiser or the Honolulu Star-Bulletin that reported Obama's Aug. 4, 1961, birth."
The issue, of course, is that the "Certificate of Live Birth" and the earlier "Certification of Live Birth" that the state purportedly issued for Barack Obama both say his father's race was "African."
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The report was posted on the blog for Charles Kerchner, a retired military commander who took his own legal challenge to Obama's eligibility and occupancy of the White House to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The report was submitted by Dean Haskins, executive director of the Birther Summit.
"We went into the [Kapiolani Medical Center] records office, and Miki [Booth] asked to file a form to get her son's birth records. While she was filling out the form, I happened to overhear a woman who was sitting at a desk say something about the 'race' field on a birth certificate she was preparing. I asked her if this was the office that responsible for filling out the birth certificate information for babies born there, and she said that it was," he reported.
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