Thursday, July 9, 2009

New developments in BirthCertificategate

We began to cover this here but lately, two huge developments have been brought forward.
Combined in a one-two punch, they emphasize the incredible measures that are being taken to insure that Obama is able to stay put.
The first regards the State of Hawaii. The state, which had excluded the controversial "short" document as proof of native Hawaiian status, has changed its policy and now makes a point of including it stating in its qualifications that they are now accepted "because they are official government records documenting an individual's birth."

The question is: Did the President/Whitehouse pressure them to do so? It has been pointed out that the document Barack Obama has released as proof of a Hawaiian birth was not even accepted by the Hawaiian Home Lands program, presumably because it was not a reliable test of an actual Hawaiian birth.

Sometime in the last 30 days that policy changed – without fanfare – amid increasing scrutiny by an increasing number of parties who are either involved in legal action to see the original birth certificate, or are coming onboard with a number of public petitions to force the State to show the public record.

The second item, and the most damning evidence that something is rotten in Washington, is the changes that occurred at over the 7th of July.
An entry that previously stated that the President was born at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii--now reads that he was born in Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children-- because the President stuck his foot in his mouth and contradicted himself.
That a website would actually scrub information and replace it with the "current version" is in keeping with the latest leitmotif of the Obama train. If it doesn't jive with the truth, just change the truth. If reporters start asking the wrong questions, just get them off the plane. If Helen Thomas asks the wrong question, just laugh her off and cut the cameras as quick as we can.

Look, walking on water is one thing...but trying to cut out any coverage of a guy who can't is a little more than's the worst kind of flummery.

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