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Suggests controversy could hurt president's re-election chances

posted Jan 19, 2011 07:06:26 by sheebe

Posted: January 18, 2011
8:05 pm Eastern

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2011 WorldNetDaily

Neil Abercrombie
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie suggested in an interview published today that a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Barack Obama may not exist within the vital records maintained by the Hawaii Department of Health.

Abercrombie told the Honolulu Star Advertiser he was searching within the Hawaii Department of Health to find definitive vital records that would prove Obama was born in Hawaii, because the continuing eligibility controversy could hurt the president's chances of re-election in 2012.

Donalyn Dela Cruz, Abercrombie's spokeswoman in Honolulu, ignored again yesterday another in a series of repeated requests made by WND for an interview with the governor.

Toward the end of the interview, the newspaper asked Abercrombie: "You stirred up quite a controversy with your comments regarding birthers and your plan to release more information regarding President Barack Obama's birth certificate. How is that coming?"

In his response, Abercrombie acknowledged the birth certificate issue will have "political implications" for the next presidential election "that we simply cannot have."

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Suggesting he was still intent on producing more birth records on Obama from the Hawaii Department of Health vital records vault, Abercrombie told the newspaper there was a recording of the Obama birth in the state archives that he wants to make public.

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sheebe said Jan 19, 2011 07:18:02
I was jumping out of my chair when my husband told me about this and I had to get back in the house and do this. The Governor said he knew O’s mom and dad and that he saw O as a baby or toddler? He was so adamant that he would produce his birth certificate and acted like he is the big cheese. I see that he is a liar and he might have known his parent’s maybe but I for one don’t buy that he knew O when he was small. The Governor wanted some of the spot light and thought he would be the hero, I hope he crapped his pant’s knowing there is no birth certificate. Wish I was a fly on the wall watching him trying to find it.
sheebe said Jan 19, 2011 07:34:28
And now there is a recording live of his birth? Do I understand this or is this how ignorant this man is? That isn’t good enough proof because he isn’t legal. Next they will have monkeys jumping out of a barrel. A circus of a bunch of politician fools.
Dilligaff said Jan 24, 2011 23:56:54
There were a couple of different stories on this. One said that there was a notation of birth. This could be the document on the net, which is simply that, a notation of birth, not a notation of birth in Hawaii. The other refers to a notation in the Hawaii archives of his birth. Again, not signifying that Hawaii is the birth place. Then you have the relative, I believe his grandmother or some such on his fathers side swearing he was born in Kenya. Since his college transcripts are sealed also, there will be no indication from them as to place of birth.
I really have no idea why the man makes such a big deal of not producing these items, unless there is something to hide, or he is so arrogant that he feels he does not have to produce them to the commoners. Just my feelings. DILLIGAFF!!!
Dilligaff said Jan 05, 2012 18:27:51
One other thing that comes to mind, the constitution specifies that the both parents must be natural born U.S. citizens. His father was not a natural born U.S. citizen. Therefore he is inelligable to be president of the U.S.

He admited to this in a New York Times interview when he was running for the Senate. I believe his response to the question was, ( So what! I'm not running for President.). This would lead one to conclude that by his own admission he knows he is not elegible to be president. The other question that we should bear in mind is, why are courts haveing such a hard time in interperting the U.S. Constitution. Oh, wait, I forgot, "it's an old document". That was a quote from some jerk that was elected to Congress. Makes you wonder why he bothered to swear an oath to uphold it.
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