Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Facts Concerning Obama's Birth Certificate

Posted: November 02, 2008
9:21 pm Eastern
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

HONOLULU – Even though Hawaii officials now claim to have verified the authenticity of Sen. Barack Obama's birth certificate – in hopes of ending widespread speculation and even multiple lawsuits challenging the Democrat candidate's constitutional qualification to be president – it turns out there is still reason for serious questioning.
In fact, there is considerable evidence that Obama was born in Kenya, not in Hawaii as the candidate and his campaign have maintained.
As WND reported from Honolulu last week, Gov. Linda Lingle instructed the Hawaii Department of Health to make sure no one in the press obtains access to Obama's original birth certificate. Lingle's letter to WND made clear that the original doctor-generated and hospital-released birth certificate on file with the state's health department would be released to the press if Obama so requested – but to date the candidate has made no such request.
The governor's communication with WND also left ambiguous whether the Obama birth certificate on file with the Department of Health was originally generated by a Hawaii doctor after giving birth to Obama in Hawaii, or generated in Kenya and subsequently registered by the Obama family in Hawaii.
On April 5, WND conducted a telephone interview from New Jersey to Kenya with Sayid Obama, brother of Barack Obama senior and the uncle of Sen. Barack Obama. The interview is reported in the book "The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality" on pages 21-25, 26-28, 29, 30, 34 and 103.
In the interview, Sayid acknowledged he was not sure whether his brother, Barack Obama senior, practiced Islam or whether Barack Obama junior was born in Kenya or in Hawaii.
He did remember distinctly that Obama junior had visited Africa in 1987, then a second time in 1992 when Obama junior traveled to Kenya with his wife-to-be Michelle; and a third time, as a U.S. senator, when Obama returned with Michelle in 2006.

1 comment:

BossHawg said...

There may be some questions surrounding Obama's birth certificate, but Jerome Corsi? I wouldn't believe a word that nut said! Surely you can cite better, more legitimate sources that the scandalous Corsi. Perhaps you did not read the editorial about Jerome Corsi printed in the Oklahoman back in August? Here it is:
I’m glad to see prominent conservatives like former Bush White House aide, Peter Wehner, denounce Jerome Corsi’s latest work of fiction, his book titled “The Obama Nation”. While I am not Obama supporter, I believe people like Corsi, who resort to half-truths and make believe to beat down Obama do conservatives a disservice. Instead of pointing out Obama’s abysmal record on pro-life issues, national security and his lack of experience, Corsi has chosen to play in the gutter of smutty politics. Corsi is a smear artist who has unfairly maligned people's reputations on the political right and left alike. He has advocated various deceptive and frankly delirious "North American Union" and 9/11 conspiracy theories, and has associated with white supremacists. But voters in Oklahoma should know better than to buy Corsi’s piffle; just last year Corsi attempted to undermine the 100 Ideas initiative by claiming that a meeting the initiative sponsored together with TRUST was really a ruse to promote the North American Union and a superhighway bringing thousands of illegal Mexicans across the border. Corsi may make a few bucks off of unsuspecting Americans, but hopefully Oklahomans won’t be duped to give this snake oil salesman any of their hard earned money!