Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Donald Trump Doubles-Down and Demands Obama Release His College Records

Go Donald!

After four long years, President Obama has finally released the document he claims is his long form birth certificate. At first glance, it is almost identical to the birth certificates of the Nordyke twins. They were born one day later at the same hospital in Hawaii. Trump is claiming credit for forcing the release. He may very well deserve it. There is also the upcoming release of Jerome Corsi's book "Where is the Birth Certificate" in May. That may have played a part. For some reason, after years of ridiculing the request, President Obama flew his private attorney to Hawaii to retrieve the document quickly.
In response, Obama secured special authority to secure two official copies of the more detailed certificate. He dispatched his personal attorney to fly to Hawaii, get the certificates and hand deliver them back to the White House.
The President's personal attorney, Judith Corley, works for Perkins Coie. Ironically, this is the same law firm President Obama has paid big money in an attempt to prevent the release of the very document he had them fly to Hawaii to retrieve. Let's assume the document is legitimate.  Here are some interesting questions.

Why did Obama suddenly pay for a plane flight, when he could have gotten the document by mail for ten dollars anytime in the last four years?

Why did CNN claim the long form birth certificate was destroyed?

Why did  former DOH Director Dr. Chiyome Fukino have to go see the certificate two times? The one Obama released is straightforward and seems standard.

Since nothing embarrassing or new on the certificate, why did Hawaii double lock it in a vault?

Why couldn't current Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie find it?

Why did Hawaii recently change their rules and claim they wouldn't release any more long form birth certificates?

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