well its good ol' southern gguardian posting someone elses opinion. and it's completely wrong.
why dont you get a job,standing on a corner,handing out the (nyuk nyuk) daily (snicker) kos?
please refute this you maroon...
Well, it was very nice of you to ditifully copy the DailyKos talking points without question like a good and obedient Obamatron. Your master is
Originally posted by XyZeR
Haha these birthers are even more thick then i could imagine...
First, the hospital is Coast Provincial General Hospital (sometimes said to be Coast Province General Hospital), not Coast General Hospital.
So which is it? Oh, you mean it was known by more than 1 name? Just NOT the name you don't want it to be known by, right? Just how many "Coast
General Hospitals" were there in Mombassa in the early 1960s? Is it so hard to believe that whoever typed the document simply typed in "Coast
General Hospital"? Is that what it's know as? Evidently...
"These volunteers from Egypt, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, and the United States worked with a Kenyan medical team at Coast General
Second, Kenya was a Dominion the date this certificate was allegedly issued and would not become a republic for 8 months.
Kenya declared its Independence from Great Britain in 1963 and evidently started to call itself "The Republic of Kenya"...unless the writer of this
newspaper article from 1963 was a prophet and called it "Republic of Kenya" before Kenya came up with that.
Third, Mombasa belonged to Zanzibar when Obama was born, not Kenya.
Sorry, but this document was made in 1964 and Kenya was the controlling authority.
"Mombasa officially belonged to Zanzibar from 1895 to 1963 when it was ceded to the newly independent Kenya".
Fourth, Obama's father's village would be nearer to Nairobi, not Mombasa.
Uh, so??? Obama's father was Muslim and likely Arab as well as being African. Kenya is predominately Christian, but the Coast Province, where Mombasa
is at, is majority Muslim. As a coastal trading center, Mombassa would have better facilities than Nairobi where Obama Sr. probably had little or no
Fifth, the number 47O44-- 47 is Obama's age when he became president, followed by the letter O (not a zero) followed by 44--he is the 44th
Uh huh. Pick a number. Any number. And I'll tie it to Obama or anyone else you'd like. Go ahead. Make my day.
Sixth, EF Lavender is a laundry detergent.
WRONG. "Earth Friendly Lavender" is a detergent, NOT "EF Lavender". If this document were as weak as you claim, you wouldn't have to stretch the
truth would you?
Oh, dear, there's somebody in THIS document named EF Lavender. He's even a clerk! Boy, those detergent guys are such pranksters!
Seventh, would a nation with a large number of Muslims actually say "Christian name" (as opposed to name) on the birth certificate?
First, as it says here:
"The term Christian name is often used as a general synonym for given name".
Secondly, "According to the most recent Kenyan Demographic and Health Survey,1 which presents statistics for a nationally representative sample of
women between the ages of 15 and 49 and men between 15 and 54, approximately 88.5% of the population is Christian." And it was even a HIGHER % of
Christians (and fewer Muslims) the farther you back to 1963.
Eigth, his father (born in 1961) would have been 24 or 25 when he was born and not 26.
Fact is, the exact birth date isn't known for Obama Sr.
Ninth, it was called the "Central Nyanza District," not Nyanza Province. The regions were changed to provinces in 1970.
Really? Here's a little Kenyan education for you. Provinces and districts are 2 different things. Provinces in Kenya are made up of many districts.
For you (or whoever you copied this from) to say something as stupid as this would be like to say "it was called Santa Clara County", not "State of
California" on someone's birth certificate.
Fact is, they WERE called provinces in 1964.
"This is a scanned version of the paper map entitled: Kenya produced in 1964 by the Survey of Kenya. The map represents the boundaries of Kenya as
well as provincial
From Columbia U:
The BO BC from Kenya may well yet be proven a fake, but you haven't even come close to proving it. Everyone of your debunking efforts has gone down
THIS WAS POSTED BY GLDNGUN IN THE ORIGINAL THREAD. looks like he actually researched it. unlike the OP on this thread!!!!!!
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