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Daily Show does segment on BHO Birth Certificate

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posted on Jul, 22 2009 @ 10:05 PM
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This is a hilarious segment going on right now.


Didn't realize that Taits was also a dentist and a real estate agent!





Not only do the hospital there say they have the full cert... but...

There are two papers from 1961 showing the announcement of Barack Obamas Birth! I believe it's the Sunday Advertiser and the Hawaii Star Bulletins.


I wish I had the footage for this.. but will post it when I do. It's hilarious and on point.

[edit on 22-7-2009 by HunkaHunka]




posted on Jul, 22 2009 @ 10:30 PM
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You can look up the clip on Comedy Central's website.. Wouldn't really cite John Stewart as a credible news source though. He's the first to tell you he runs a comedy show about news. Not the other way around.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 01:57 AM
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Which is why it's so pathetic that he's about the best news on TV.

Wouldn't be surprised if the Birth Certificate wasn't blown up to make people look crazy and to be eventually proved wrong etc. It's hardly what I would have considered to being close to the real problems with Obama.

[edit on 7/23/2009 by badmedia]



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 03:09 AM
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You can't trust the Daily Show. Plus Taits is Jewish and she is just running interference/confusion of the real matter. She is attempting to burn it out and put it to rest in the shadows of quackery. The Daily Show would never want to speak honestly about the matter.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 06:25 AM
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Daily Show 07·22·09

The segment called 'The Born Identity' is first, so start watching from the beginning...

Personally, " I can't stand the mu*** F***** " primarily because I don't see his type of humor requiring foul language.

Andrew Dice Clay or Sam Kinison were way beyond lil' stewie here.

Anyhow, there's the link... it's somewhat amusing... Just glad the issue is getting more air time.

I hope poor little Orly can show Exhibit E to that California Judge that shows Obama using 39 Social Security numbers and 149 different addresses. Makes me wonder what he was up to and if Exhibit E is real?



[edit on 7·23·09 by DrMattMaddix]



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 07:16 AM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka
There are two papers from 1961 showing the announcement of Barack Obamas Birth! I believe it's the Sunday Advertiser and the Hawaii Star Bulletins.


1 - You didn't need proof of birth in the USA to put an ad in the paper that there was a baby born.

2 - The address given for the Obama birth was to a residence that the Obamas didn't live at.

If anything, the two birth announcements throw MORE questions on the whole situation due to the fact that a fake address was given to the news papers.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 07:41 AM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan

Originally posted by HunkaHunka
There are two papers from 1961 showing the announcement of Barack Obamas Birth! I believe it's the Sunday Advertiser and the Hawaii Star Bulletins.


1 - You didn't need proof of birth in the USA to put an ad in the paper that there was a baby born.

2 - The address given for the Obama birth was to a residence that the Obamas didn't live at.

If anything, the two birth announcements throw MORE questions on the whole situation due to the fact that a fake address was given to the news papers.



on #1...what? so you think that was faked??? almost 5 decades ago??

on #2...you have proof that a fake address was given?

what's wrong with you people



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 07:55 AM
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#1 JimmyX: Yes, a plot to insert Obama would include a newspaper anouncement. Who ran the paper? Who was the editor? Could have been as simple as placing a few lines with a clerk.

#2 JimmyX: The fake address, if it is fake, would be something faked on purpose to discredit later attempts to prove the conspiracy. Doing something ''obviously'' foolish would allow people who are trying to cover the conspiracy to make statements like ''If it really was a conspiracy then the conspirators would have been smart enough to use a real address. Ha ha ha. Nobody would be dumb enough to use a fake address in their super secret high level world control conspiracy now would they?'' And now here's Tom with the weather....



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 08:19 AM
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I thought this was a great bit on TDS as well, but what I'm really surprised at is that this issue will... not... die. All I could think about when watching this piece was this website and the myriad of birth certificate threads that have flooded the forums since before the election.

When Jon Stewart was joking about the credibility of the Internet, he may have been using a cliche, but it was still true in this case. There are a wealth of credible sources backing up the legitimacy of Obama's U.S. birth, and nothing but hearsay and conjecture on the other side of the argument.

So a massive conspiracy was put into place nearly 50 years ago to have this Kenyan child grow up to become the President of the United States of America for some... vague and malicious purpose that somehow accounted for all potential pitfalls? Jon Stewart throws the absurdity of this scenario into perfect relief. It's not conspiracy, it's just absurdity with a xenophobic undertone. The only reason the issue is getting press has nothing to do with legitimacy - it is simply because a few people of a particularly virulent fringe refuse to release their misguided prejudices and insist on being heard. And note that I do not consider "the fringe" in general to be a negative thing - it's determined on a case-by-case basis. And the only reason TDS commented about it is for comedic value - to demonstrate how the whole thing is a load of poppycock.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:12 AM
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Originally posted by jimmyx
what? so you think that was faked??? almost 5 decades ago??

What has 5 decades ago got to do with it.
A fake address is a fake address.
The time that it was given is irrelevant.
People lied 50 years ago just like they do now.


you have proof that a fake address was given?

Plenty


The address listed is 6085 Kalanianaole Highway, and was the residenc of Orland Scott Lefforge, a Professor at UH at Manoa, Dept. of Speech. Later, he became an assistant to Sen. Daniel Inouye in 1967. After that he wrote a paper about “In service Training as an Instrument of Change” (1971). He was also an administrator in the UH Community College office, and a member of the Osher Institute. He died July 4, 2007 at the age of 91. His wife/companion Thelma Jones Lefforge Young died June 12, 2008

In 1961 the Dunhams lived on Kamehameha Avenue, while Obama Sr. lived on 11th Avenue. The Lefforge family, including their 3 children under the age of seven were residing at the luxury home listed on Obama’s newly found birth announcement — 6085 Kalanianaole Highway.

It is highly improbable that the Lefforges would move an African 25 year old male and his pregnant teenage girlfriend into their home. Why would anyone want unemployed college students and a newborn baby living in their family home with their own three young children?

And since the Mr. Lefforge died 10 days prior to the appearance of the birth announcement that listed his address, we can’t ask him. But we do know that the next door neighbors testify that Obama, his mama, and his ‘papa’ never lived there.

Not a shred of evidence links the Dunhams or Obamas to Kalanianaole Highway. Kalanianaole only surfaced in connection with the Obamas in July 2008.




what's wrong with you people

Oh brother. What the hell is wrong with YOU. (backatchya).
A fake address is a fake address.



Additional information

OFFICIAL statement from Hawaii - they do NOT confirm Obama was born in Hawaii.
OFFICIAL school documents - Obama was (is?) a muslim citizen of Indonesia

web.israelinsider.com...
atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com...
home.att.net...

Wikileaks

Hawaii 1961 - 4 different birth certificates


2. In 1982, the vital records law was amended to create a fourth kind of birth certificate for children born outside of the Territory or State of Hawaii. HRS Chapter 338 was amended to add a new section authorizing the Director of the Department of Health to issue a birth certificate for a person NOT born in Hawaii either as a Territory or State, upon sufficient proof that the legal parents of such individual had declared the Territory or State of Hawaii as their legal residence for at least one year immediately preceding the birth of such child.

3. The language of the statute clearly applies to births in the days of the Territory of Hawaii, so also births in 1961.


A 4th type, eh? All the person had to do was show up and say that there was a birth and that the address of the baby was somewhere in Hawaii. That could explain why there was a FALSE ADDRESS GIVEN to the birth announcements.


[edit on 7/23/2009 by FlyersFan]



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by THX-1138
#1 JimmyX: Yes, a plot to insert Obama would include a newspaper anouncement. Who ran the paper? Who was the editor? Could have been as simple as placing a few lines with a clerk.



That's a stretch... do you realize how much of reality you would have to control for 5 decades? Stewart lampoons this pretty well in the segment if you watch it.




#2 JimmyX: The fake address, if it is fake, would be something faked on purpose to discredit later attempts to prove the conspiracy. Doing something ''obviously'' foolish would allow people who are trying to cover the conspiracy to make statements like ''If it really was a conspiracy then the conspirators would have been smart enough to use a real address. Ha ha ha. Nobody would be dumb enough to use a fake address in their super secret high level world control conspiracy now would they?'' And now here's Tom with the weather....



Yet again... more stretches....



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:46 AM
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ok lets say i buy all this thats going around about how obama isn't who he says he is, the addresses are faked, birth announcements were faked etc etc etc and all that malarkey.

Now the question is why? Why fake all that 50 years ago (obviously they had no idea obama would be prez today ...or did they
:wow
one reason *could* be that its all about immigration, thats the only reason i can think of.

so ... to the ones who say obama is a faker etc etc etc please explain to me in simplified and to the point terms why.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:50 AM
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Originally posted by ronishia
Why fake all that 50 years ago .

A fake address is a fake address.

I have no idea why they'd fake the address unles it was to insure that the kid got American citizenship OR because the fake address was a MUCH better neighborhood then where the mother had been living in the past and they wanted it to look nicer??? You'd have to ask Obama's parents why they faked the address. But they are both dead so that'll be tough.

It's a fake address. The birth announcements can not be used as proof of birth becasue they are flat out wrong.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:54 AM
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That avatar is simply stunning


On topic; WTF, Barry's BC ASAP



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 10:56 AM
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yes i know fake is fake , i was tryin to understand the motives etc, as i said later in my post one reason could be immigration etc.

Now another question is.. is it right to chastise someone for their parents mistakes etc? surly whilst he was running for prez and even before that , his political party they would have done strategic checks on his background, schools etc etc etc and i assume were fine with their checks since he is now prez. The biggest question im wondering is who exactly first brought this to light after he was made president.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 11:27 AM
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does anyone have the text of the birth announcements? Chances are that info was pulled off of birth certificates issued. And we all know that Hawaii gave birth certs out to foreign born kids back then



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 12:52 PM
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Poor little Orly Taitz and her ambulance --- erm, soldier chasing --- is just getting tiresome.




posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by ronishia
is it right to chastise someone for their parents mistakes etc?

He's making his own mistakes ... enough to chastise him for.
He's hiding the birth certificate. That's HIM doing it. Not his parents.



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 01:06 PM
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fair point there but it was his parents initial mistake that has caused all of this tbh. (assuming that what has been around ats is true)

i really have no view one way or another to be honest im just curious about it, as i asked above who was the 1st person to bring about the current accusations of the birth certificate to start with?



posted on Jul, 23 2009 @ 01:47 PM
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You guys are all nutty.

Most birth announcements come straight from the hospital...not from the parents. So is the hospital in on it too? How about we just say the whole state of Hawaii?

Plus..you will all cry FAKE to a birth certificate, news paper announcement, and multiple other UNITED STATES documents that shows he is a citizen and was born in Hawaii.

BUT you don't question the ONE document you can find from Kenya that you claim says he is a "muslim citizen of Indonesia". Come on...did you look at this "document"...I could of typed that up. And even your "proof" shows that his birth place was Honolulu. So in short...you are saying YOU TRUST Kenya's documentation more than United States documents....LOL.

So you are using this horrible "proof" to say he is a citizen of Indonesia...yet that same "proof" says he was born in Honolulu. Give it up...you guys are all nutters.

[edit on 23-7-2009 by OutKast Searcher]



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