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It was predictable that there would be immediate reaction to debunk the validity of the purported birth certificate that Barack Hussein Obama II released in response to the rising poll numbers indicating that more Americans, across the political spectrum, were questioning his eligibility. Here are a few that are worth reviewing:
I Can Emphatically Tell You That The Document Posted On White House.gov Has Been Either Pasted Together, Or For Some Reason, Taken Apart
People have been asking me to weigh in on the veracity of the newly released white house COLB because they know that in “real life” I’m a graphic designer.
I can emphatically tell you that this document is not merely a scan of a document that has been uploaded to the internet. This is a document that has been either put together or taken apart prior to the upload, and even Charles Johnson would have to admit that.
After downloading the document that Whitehouse.gov made available to the public I opened the file in illustrator and the file is indeed in layers, which cannot happen unless the document was edited.
For the full synopsis and analysis: http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=73096
From American Thinker:
Why did it take the moving of mountains (or at least poll numbers) to get Obama to release a long form birth certificate after literally years of stonewalling? Although there is incriminating evidence on the long form birth certificate — in that the numbers are still out of sequence with the Nordyke twins’ numbers — we already knew that from Obama’s Certification of Live Birth (COLB). In fact, were it not for the certificate numbers and the date accepted by the Registrar General on the Nordyke twins’ birth certificates, and the certificate number and the date filed by the registrar on Obama’s COLB, this indication of forgery would never have been detected.
She called them “Astro Turf” and Nazi’s”. The President refers to them with the derogatory sexual remark that a college photo of his personal assistant illustrates. The left media dismisses them as divisive, racists, right wingers. But the truth of the matter is that the Tea Party individuals are simply Average Americans. And they are a voice that the politicians must hear, or accept their peril.
From American Thinker:
It’s a painful thing to imagine Robert Bennett over the past few days, sitting alone in a darkened room, staring off into space wondering what hit him and whistling Nick Cave’s “There She Goes My Beautiful World” over and over again.
It happened quickly. Events in politics aren’t supposed to happen that quickly. It came out of nowhere, with next to no warning at all. Even a few weeks ago, there was little sign that Bennett was in trouble. Then the spirit of 2010 suddenly rose out the darkness and took him down.
It also wrong-footed the chattering classes, most of whom have echoed that master of analysis David Brooks in sputtering, “It’s an outrage.” From a certain point of view, perhaps so. But outrages don’t occur for no reason. After Bennett, three things can be said with certainty:
That the Tea Party movement is in no way a partisan phenomenon.
That it is not a minor event, one of those weird little upheavals common to democracies such as the Perotista uproar of the 90s, which appeared, wreaked havoc, and then vanished leaving no measurable effect on national politics.
That it is not simply a revolt. As the Duc de la Rochefoucauld explained to Louis XVI one fine July morning: “No sire, it is a revolution.”
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The two went back and forth many times before the mouse finally relented. The snake came into the house and immediately ate the mouse.
The wicked go astray from the womb;they err from their birth, speaking lies.They have venom like the venom of a serpent,like the deaf adder that stops its ear,so that it does not hear the voice of the charmersor of the cunning enchanter.Psalm 58