Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Birth Certificate That Will Not Die

[Pinched from another so-called "legitimate" commentator, i.e. a blogger or journalist who has not yet been targeted by the Obamanable Snowmen. Again I apologize for this uncredited stuff, but all White Americans have an interest in keeping a verminous simian out of the Oval Office, and this is no time to rant and rave about "copyright." Copyright, shmopyright, America is in terrible danger and we all need to pull together against the Mystery Monkoid. - HAC]

In the June 9, 2008 edition of National Review Online, writer Jim Geraghty posted the following story to his blog, the Campaign Spot:

Obama Could Debunk Some Rumors By Releasing His Birth Certificate.

Having done some Obama-rumor debunking that got praise from Daily Kos (a sign of the apocalypse, no doubt), perhaps the Obama campaign could return the favor and help debunk a bunch of others with a simple step: Could they release a copy of his birth certificate? Reporters have asked for it and been denied, and the state of Hawaii does not make such records public."

There are several rumors circulating regarding Obama’s birth certificate. Geraghty listed these rumors as (1) Obama was born in Kenya, (2) Obama's middle name is really "Muhammad" and (3) Obama's first name is really "Barry," as he was called when he was a child growing up in Indonesia.

Geraghty concluded his article by saying that "If the concern of the Obama campaign is that the certificate includes...some other data that could be useful to identity thieves, that information could easily be blocked out and the rest released."

Three days later, as if on cue, the pro-Obama Daily Kos blog posted an image of what they claimed was a scanned copy of Barack Obama's "original birth certificate" sent to them by the Obama Campaign. By the end of the day, the Obama Campaign posted a duplicate copy of that same image on their website, Fight The Smears (FTS) although the size of their copy was reduced to about 42% of the Kos image.

What very few people know about this image is that it was taken down the very next day, replacing it with one half as big and poorer in quality (the original FTS image was 1024 x 1000 pixels, the replacement is 585 x 575 pixels). Did FTS take down the original because some people were finding anomalies in it? The entire FTS web site has only one purpose: to mislead the American public by labeling as "smears" all of the factual statements made about Obama. Posting a bogus birth certificate on their website fits their modus operandi.


Art McMurrough said...

You know, Harold, I'm starting to think there may be something to this. The nig-nog's handlers could have cleared this up quickly back in the spring by simply producing his legitimate birth certificate, if one ever existed, but instead we got hemming and hawing, a sloppy attempt at fraud, and then silence.

Anonymous said...

We must save Amurrica?

Ahhh, no. We must hope for anything that helps brings it down, including a 'Groid in Chief. Like an alcoholic who must hit rock bottom before he dumps the booze, we must hit rock bottom before we dump the jews and begin a rebirth, either everywhere in Amurrica or as a NW Republic, the latter more likely I think. 1918-1933 Germany shows us this.

We are not kosher-conservatives trying to save the disease-ridden mess, we want to build a whole New Order.

Mike Petersen