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Originally posted by FollowTheConstitution
reply to post by lee anoma
I'd say Obama has done a pretty good job of it so far! His puppet masters who pull his strings have gone to a lot of trouble to pull this off. Including murder!
Originally posted by GLDNGUN
Again, nobody is saying that it isn't "legit". What they are saying is that even if it is a legit announcement it does NOT mean that Obama was born in Hawaii.
Originally posted by lee anoma
The 46 year old birth announcements are being denounced as being possibly fraudulent by the birther crowd. This is easy to do when they present NO legitimate evidence to the contrary.
... and both are wrong.
We have two 40+ year old birth announcement ads from two different major Newspapers in Hawaii.
The address listed is 6085 Kalanianaole Highway, and was the residence 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.
Ten days from Lefforge’s death is plenty of time to cut, typeset, & paste a new birth announcement. From what I’ve read, the announcements were scanned and emailed by the librarian in Hawaii to a blogger named Lori and then to the TD [texasdarling.wordpress.com] blog.
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.
Originally posted by XyZeR
- The design is identical, down to the seal at the top and the classifications (”Christian name,” etc) used for identifying the baby.
Originally posted by XyZeR
Sorry if this was already posted (this thread moves way to fast to keep up with everything)
Australian ABC found the man whose birth certificate was copied.
Listen to the interview here:
DAVID JEFFREY BOMFORD: It's little old me and my mum and everything else up there. Oh I definitely confirm that the birth certificate was mine. That was quite easy to see - my address, even the style of the birth certificate was an old South Australian one.
Originally posted by brjam
I guess i don't understand. The " 7d 6s" if the price for form 495. The book and the page number is the location of the original birth certificate inside the master book of all birth certificates. Whether in Australia or Kenya, the registrars are the same so the name should be the same. Why aren't both copies legit?
misinformation that is deliberately disseminated in order to influence or confuse rivals
(Bold emphasis above added by me.)
Disinformation is false or inaccurate information that is spread deliberately. It is synonymous with and sometimes called Black propaganda. It may include the distribution of forged documents, manuscripts, and photographs, or spreading malicious rumors and fabricated intelligence. ...