Originally posted by swdecord
I was a Navy Recruiter back in 1991 and verified birth certificates from most states and never noticed a "time of birth" listed on a birth certificate...
Perhaps HI or other states list times???...
Let me know...
Originally posted by hannamtong
WHO CARES!!!!!!!!!!!! just vote for Senator Obama, and everything will be OK!
Originally posted by round_eyed_dog
I've asked multiple times for someone to give us a source that shows the statements made by Mr. Obama's Grandmother. Wish in one hand eh?
Originally posted by Sublime620
reply to post by swdecord
While I am sure many have seen his original, you are not privy to it. People don't just go around handing out their entire, original birth certificate to the public.
[edit on 14-10-2008 by Sublime620]
Procedure for Requesting Apostille or Certification
1. Complete, sign and submit the Application for Apostille or Certification of Documents.
2. Persons born, married or divorced in the State of Hawaii, must request a certified copy
that displays the ORIGINAL SIGNATURE (not a stamped signature) from the State
Registrar of the Department of Health. Submit your request and specify what country your document(s) are bound for, along with a check, money order or cashier’s check for $10.00 per document to the Department of Health, Vital Records, P.O. Box 3378, Honolulu, Hawaii 96801, (808) 586-4539.(Birth Certificates and Marriage Certificates can only be notarized by the Dept.of Health,Vital Records).
3. All documents must be notarized by a duly commissioned Notary Public of the State of Hawaii.
4. For document(s) requiring Certification, submit document(s) to the First Circuit for verification of the notary’s signature and commission. Send your documents along with a money order or cashier’s check for $3.00 per document to the First Circuit Court, Legal Documents Section, 777 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, (808) 539-4300.
5. All documents must be forwarded to the Office of the Lt.Governor for issuance of an Apostille or Certification. Send your documents and specify what country your documents are bound for, along with a check, money order or cashier’s check for $1.00 per document to the Office of the Lt.Governor, State Capitol, 5th Floor, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813.
6. Please allow approximately one week for processing time.
7. The Office of the Lieutenant Governor reserves the right to deny applications for Apostilles or Certifications.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Lt.Governor at (808) 586-0255.
Originally posted by Areal51
reply to post by swdecord
I didn't question whether the document was typewritten. And I clearly pointed to the fact that it is a computer printout.
Regardless, Helvetica was released four years before Obama was born. A fact that you initially denied.