[Rushtalk] It's Just *NOT* There!

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Sat Mar 16 12:48:01 MDT 2013

At 05:32 AM 3/16/2013, JD wrote:
>Hearsay within hearsay.

         No sir........there's a sworn affidavit, now........stuff's 
REAL, dewd!

>On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 5:27 AM, John A. Quayle 
><<mailto:blueoval57 at verizon.net>blueoval57 at verizon.net> wrote:
>WorldNetDaily Exclusive
>Hawaii official now swears: No Obama birth certificate
>Signs affidavit declaring long-form, hospital-generated document absent
>Published: 01/24/2011 at 8:48 PM
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>Former Hawaii elections clerk Tim Adams has now signed an affidavit 
>swearing he was told by his supervisors in Hawaii that no long-form, 
>hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Barack Obama Jr. in 
>Hawaii and that neither Queens Medical Center nor Kapi'olani Medical 
>Center in Honolulu had any record of Obama having been born in their 
>medical facilities.
>Notary seal on Timothy Adams' affidavit
>Adams was employed at the 
><http://www.honoluluelections.us/about_us>City and County of 
>Honolulu Elections Division from May 2008 through September 2008.
>His position was senior elections clerk, overseeing a group of 50 to 
>60 employees responsible for verifying the identity of voters at the 
>Absentee Ballot Office. It was in this capacity that Adams became 
>aware of the search for Obama's birth-certificate records.
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>"During the course of my employment," Adams swears in the affidavit 
>(viewable in full as <http://www.wnd.com/files/110123adams1.pdf>part 
>1 and <http://www.wnd.com/files/110123adams2.pdf>part 2), "I became 
>aware that many requests were being made to the City and County of 
>Honolulu Elections Division, the Hawaii Office of Elections, and the 
><http://www.wnd.com/2011/01/254401/#>Hawaii Department of Health 
>from around the country to obtain a copy of then-Senator Barack 
>Obama's long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate."
>As he inquired about the birth certificate, he says, his supervisors 
>told him that the records were not on file at the Hawaii Department of Health.
>"Senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu Elections 
>Division told me on multiple occasions that no Hawaii long-form, 
>hospital-generated birth certificate existed for Senator Obama in 
>the Hawaii Department of Health," Adams' affidavit reads, "and there 
>was no record that any such document had ever been on file in the 
>Hawaii Department of Health or any other branch or department of the 
>Hawaii government."
>Tim Adams, former senior elections clerk for Honolulu
>In a recorded telephone interview, Adams told WND that it was common 
>knowledge among election officials where he worked that no 
>long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate could be found at 
>the Hawaii Department of Health.
>"My supervisor came and told me, 'Of course, there's no birth 
>certificate. What? You stupid,'" Adams said. "She usually spoke 
>well, but in saying this she reverted to a Hawaiian dialect. I 
>really didn't know how to respond to that. She said it and just 
>walked off. She was quite a powerful lady."
>Moreover, Adams was told that neither Queens Memorial Hospital nor 
>Kapi'olani Medical Center had any records of Obama's birth at their 
>medical facilities: "Senior officers in the City and County of 
>Honolulu Elections Division further told me on multiple occasions 
>that Hawaii State government officials had made inquires about Sen. 
>Obama's <http://www.wnd.com/2011/01/254401/#>birth records to 
>officials at Queens Medical Center and Kapi'olani Medical Center in 
>Honolulu and that neither hospital had any record of Senator Obama 
>having been born there, even though Governor Abercrombie is now 
>asserting and various Hawaii government officials 
><http://www.wnd.com/2011/01/254401/#>continue to assert Barack Obama 
>Jr. was born at Kapi'olani Medical Center on Aug. 4, 1961."
>"We called the two hospitals in Honolulu: Queens and Kapi'olani," 
>Adams stressed. "Neither of them have any records that Barack Obama 
>was born there."
>In 2009, 
>documented that Obama and his supporters had first claimed he was 
>born at Queens Medical Center in Honolulu, before the story changed 
>to Kapi'olani Medical Center in Honolulu.
>report on the two conflicting hospitals, online news sites including 
>the United Press International and Snopes.com scrubbed their 
>websites to eliminate any reference to Queens Medical Center, 
>substituting instead that Obama was born at Kapi'olani Medical 
>Center without explaining the discrepancy or the correction.
>Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie
>In 2010, then-candidate for governor Neil Abercrombie 
>involved in an Obama birth controversy when he read a letter at a 
>Kapi'olani Medical Center centennial dinner in Honolulu that 
>supposedly was authored by President Obama, claiming Kapi'olani as 
>his birth hospital.
>WND reported, the letter read by Abercrombie and initially displayed 
>on the Kapi'olani website turned out to be a computer-created 
>likeness of a letter using HTML code, the building blocks of 
>Internet websites, not an actual paper letter.
>The White House has still not confirmed it wrote or sent the letter.
>Moreover, Adams claims, the Hawaii government was engaged in a 
>cover-up designed to tell the American public through the 
>Obama-supporting mainstream media that Obama was born in Hawaii, 
>even though no long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for 
>Obama could be found on record in the Hawaii Department of Health.
>In the affidavit Adams swears, "During the course of my employment, 
>I came to understand that for political reasons, various officials 
>in the government of Hawaii, including then-Governor Linda Lingle 
>and various officials of the Hawaii Department of Health, including 
>Dr. Chiyome Fukino, the director of the Hawaii Department of Health, 
>were making representations that Senator Obama was born in Hawaii, 
>even though no government official in Hawaii could find a long-form 
>birth certificate for Senator Obama that had been issued by a Hawaii 
>hospital at the time of his birth."
>Adams further swears his supervisors told him to quit asking about 
>Obama's birth records.
>"During the course of my employment," Adams states in the affidavit, 
>"I was told by senior officers in the City and County of Honolulu 
>Elections Division to stop inquiring about Senator Obama's Hawaii 
>birth records, even though it was common knowledge among my fellow 
>employees that no Hawaii long-form, hospital-generated birth 
>certificate existed for Senator Obama."
>"I can go get my long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate," 
>Adams told WND. "And so I don't understand, this whole controversy 
>should have been settled three or four years ago in about five minutes."
>Nor does Adams feel the short-form Certification of Live Birth is 
>authoritative documentation proving that Obama was born in Hawaii.
>"My basic assumption is that he wasn't born there," Adams said. 
>"Certifications of Live Birth were given to people who were born at 
>home, or to people who were born overseas and whose parents brought 
>them back to the islands. If his parents were U.S. citizens, or if 
>one parent was a U.S. citizen, as was the case with Obama, the 
>family would apply for a Hawaiian birth certificate when the parents 
>came back from overseas. That's normally how you would have gotten 
>on [a Certification of Live Birth] in the 1960s."
>has reported that in 1961, Obama's grandparents, Stanley and Madelyn 
>Dunham, could have made an in-person request at the Hawaii 
>Department of Health for a registration of a Hawaii birth, even if 
>the infant Barack Obama Jr. had been foreign-born.
>In the past few days, Abercrombie has represented that there is a 
>registration of Obama's birth in the state archives.
>But the state registration of birth in 1961 theoretically could 
>prove only that the grandparents had registered Obama's birth, even 
>if Obama was not born in Hawaii.
>Similarly, the newspaper announcements of baby Obama's birth do not 
>prove he was born in Hawaii, since the newspaper announcements could 
>have been triggered by the grandparents appearing in-person to 
>register baby Obama as a Hawaiian birth, even if the baby was born elsewhere.
>has documented that the address reported in the birth announcements 
>published in the Hawaii newspapers at the time, 6085 Kalanianaole 
>Highway, was the address where the grandparents lived.
>has also reported that Barack Obama Sr. maintained his own separate 
>apartment in Honolulu at an 11th Avenue address, even after he was 
>supposedly married to Ann Dunham, Barack Obama's mother, and that 
>Ann Dunham 
>Hawaii within three weeks of the baby's birth to attend the 
>University of Washington in Seattle.
>Dunham did not return to Hawaii until after Barack Obama Sr. left 
>Hawaii in June 1962 to attend graduate school at Harvard University 
>in Cambridge, Mass.
>It's possible the yet-undisclosed birth record in the state archives 
>that Abercrombie has discovered may have come from the grandparents 
>registering baby Obama's birth, an event that would have triggered 
>both the newspaper birth announcements and availability of a 
>Certification of Live Birth, even if no long-form record exists.
>has confirmed with Glen Takahashi, elections administrator for the 
>city and county of Honolulu, that Adams was indeed working in their 
>elections offices during the last presidential election.
>"We hire temporary workers, because we're seasonal," Takahashi told WND.
>Adams told WND he supported Hillary Clinton during the 2008 
>presidential election campaign.
>He described himself as a libertarian who wants less government 
>spending, fewer laws that restrict personal freedoms, more 
>adherences to the Constitution and an end to foreign wars.
>"I'm interested in individual liberty and upholding the 
>Constitution," he said. "I want to get American troops out from 
>foreign countries, and I want to see the federal budget balanced."
>He said he might be inclined to support former-Arkansas Governor 
>Mike Huckabee or former-Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in 2012 
>to run against President Obama, but he has not yet made up his mind.
>"It depends on how fiscally conservative Huckabee and Romney turn 
>out to be on economics," he said. "But from what I know right now, 
>they would probably be better than Obama."
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