[Homestead] Has anyone heard about this?
lynnw1366 at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 23 20:30:25 EDT 2009
From: "Lynda" <lurine at com-pair.net>
>So, getting a certificate from Hawaii doesn't prove where one >is born at
Janice Okubo, director of communication for the Hawaii Department of Health
explained that an 'out of state' birth certificate still lists where you
were born...Bali was the example she gave. It would be a Hawaiian birth
certificate showing that you were born in Bali, NOT Hawaii.
>Also, it isn't just Berg who filed suit.
There are others, too. It's all so bogus; a Late Birth Certificate
(mentioned in the above petition) clearly SAYS it's a Certificate of
Hawaiian Birth, an 'after the fact' certificate, not the 'certificaton of
live birth' Obama has shown. Even the bill to amend the Federal Election
Campaign Act of 1971 requires candidates to provide what Obama has provided.
Maybe I don't understand the whole 'long form' thing. I've never had one.
The short form has been all I ever needed. How many people actually
have/need a long form birth certificate? I just got a copy of mine from the
state a couple of years ago, and there was no choice long or short form,
they just sent the short form. Did the other candidates supply a long form
birth certificate? Just trying to figure out why people are so obsessed
about this..it's been a rainy day, so there isn't much else to do.
Tioga Co. PA
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