posted on May, 23 2011 @ 09:26 PM
I came here to officially retract my position on the Obama birth certificate--even before I listened to the Corsi interview. I'm on record, as a
20-odd-year user of Adobe products, as saying that the layers were merely artifacts of the scanning process. I saw no reason to actually look at the
layers, and for that I label myself ignorant.
Several days ago I re-downloaded the official whitehouse.gov pdf document (just to be sure I had an untouched copy) and opened it again in
Illustrator. This time I actually examined the layers. To say I was absolutely floored would be too mild a statement. The layers are (in my mind)
indisputable evidence that this was a job of forgery. They’re clearly hand-generated graphics imported (or copied) into the document for the purpose
of perpetrating an enormous lie.
But what really, really stuns and outrages me is just how amateurish
a job it is. It was as if they intentionally
didn’t even bother
to hide the forgery layers just to shove it in our faces. I mean, who’s gonna believe it? I didn’t even believe it! Think about it: To you and me
(now) it’s utterly, patently obvious that this is a lie, a crime, and a con job. But you can open it up in Illustrator and lay it out for anyone you
know, and they’ll just dumbly look at you like you’re speaking in tongues! You might as well show it to your cocker spaniel!
True story: My own roommate is so enamored with Obama that she can’t wait to vote for him again. Even the mildest criticism makes her furious and
defensive. She won’t hear a bad word about him. Trying to explain to her something like this just makes ME look like a demon in her eyes. There’s
literally nothing I can say….
ETA: Just an aside. The other day I mentioned that I'd probably vote for Ron Paul. She said: "Why? I'm voting for Obama; if you vote for Ron Paul
you're just nullifying my vote. Ron Paul's unelectable; why don't you go ahead and vote for Obama?"
edit on 5/23/2011 by Ex_CT2 because:
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