The Cold Case Posse March 2012

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10 thoughts on “The Cold Case Posse March 2012

  1. I am still trying to find a Hawaii Birth Certificate that lists a race based on Continent of Origin instead country of origin. So far, other than Obama’s birth certificate I can’t find one. Someone posted a birth certificate with a race of “American” but American is used to refer to the United States not North or South America. Can any provide me with a birth certificate other than Obama’s?

  2. Oh, John, rage, rage, against the dying of the light, and keep clinging to Zullo’s skirt.

    “Country of origin” would be a nationality, not a race. Ethnicities often coincide with the names of countries, such as “Iranian” and “Japanese”. Hey, if only the aborigines of Australia would call themselves “Australians”, you could have a country, continent, and ethnicity all in one!

    I hope I have been able to further confuse you … if that’s possible.

  3. So far, other than Obama’s birth certificate I can’t find one.

    Ah, that argument from ignorance again… We have already shown how African was used as a race in Kenya. If that’s the best that the CCP has left then we can sit back and enjoy…

  4. Yes, that how they use the race of “African” in Kenya. Hawaii is in the United State not Kenya. Even if the race of “African” was used for Obama Sr, given what I have seen on Hawaii Birth Certificate, it would been highly highly unusual.

  5. Have you seen another Hawaiian birth certificate from 1961 where one of the parents was from Africa? Trying to reach conclusions from a limited data set is folly. In this case the data set is about six birth certificates. The races of the ones we know are all over the map as one would expect when it is given by one of the parents. If Barack Obama Sr.’s race had been listed as “Scandinavian” you might just have an argument.😆

  6. Even if the race of “African” was used for Obama Sr, given what I have seen on Hawaii Birth Certificate, it would been highly highly unusual.

    President Obama was a highly unusual child, born to a black father and a white mother. However, what we know about Hawaii is that race is indeed self reported so you have to show that african could not have been self-reported.

    Again a legal dead end.

  7. Trying to reach conclusions from a limited data set is folly. In this case the data set is about six birth certificates.

    Of course it is silly but that’s all they have left and John helps us understand how far their case has crashed.

  8. No, the race of “African” was not used *for* Obama, Sr. — it was used *by* Obama, Sr., as the parents’ races were based on self-descriptions. He would have been expected to describe himself as African, and the DoH would have been expected to write down what he said. No anomaly there.

  9. Or Stanley Ann gave his race as “African” to the nurse completing the form. Since she is the one who signed I think it is likely she provided all of the parent information.

  10. Since she is the one who signed I think it is likely she provided all of the parent information.

    Good point, that’s what I am thinking as well. But it does not really matter who did what really… The document was filled out, signed, and co-signed by Dr Sinclair and submitted a few days after President Obama’s birth as evidenced by the newspaper announcements.

    There is just nothing much left here other than pure speculation… And speculation is a far distance from actual evidence, given the prima facie nature of the COLB and LFBC, which will be close to impossible to overcome.

    Which is of course why they have moved the goal post to: Show us the microfilm/fiche… Lacking a legitimate reason, they are now placing their hopes with Congress…

    If only some Republican were to bite… That would be a great present to the 2014 midterm efforts of the DNC, I am sure.

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