Monday, January 31, 2011

Why Hawaii now wants to sell 'birth certificate'

"So if there's 1 million people on the mainland asking for his birth certificate, send over a $100 check or money order, and we'll send you over something certifying that he was born in Hawaii," Mizuno said. "That's 1 million people – that's $100 million to the state."

Nor did Mizuno stop there.

"The president of the United States, the No. 1 person in our country, from Hawaii – we need to capitalize," he continued. "If we don't take advantage of it, we're out of our minds. This is a golden opportunity."

WARNING: The above excerpt from this story may cause your heart to stop. (Oops, too late.)

Wow! How soon will it be before there are TV infomercials to advertise this fake and fraudulent product? That's right, you'll see it here: Government-sponsored fraud to make money off of covering up the fraud who sits in the oval office. Oh, how ironic! Those same people make laws to put people in jail for perpetrating much less of a scam.

Gee, if only Billy Mays was still alive! But WAIT! If Barack Hussein Obama could sell his "Hope and Change" so well back in 2008, maybe he could do the TV ads for the completely authentic fake birth certificates! In fact, we know he can read a teleprompter, and he is going to be needing a job in a couple years, so this would be the perfect gig for him!

I can HEAR it now (with the TV volume suddenly going way up):
For just 100 dollars, YOU can get this piece of history manufactured, not in China, or even Kenya, but directly from Hawaii, our 57th State (Obama must have written that part)! But wait! If you act now, we'll include a frame, made with wood from the furniture that used to be in the oval office! But we're not done yet! For just the cost of additional handling, processing and shipping, we'll include a DVD with all of the clips of our friendly state-controlled mainstream media news folks ridiculing the "birthers"! Act now! This could be a limited-time offer if Gov. Abercrombie finally finds the real birth certificate!  It's hope and change on a authentic state-sealed fake document that you can show - or redistribute! - to all of your Democrat friends!
Seriously, folks, except for the above script for the TV infomercial, you can't make this stuff up! Just sayin'...

Why Hawaii now wants to sell 'birth certificate'
State plans to create new document in bid to raise money for state coffers

By Jerome R. Corsi

Posted: January 29, 2011 ~ 9:50 pm Eastern

© 2011 WorldNetDaily

Despite national press reports to the contrary, the Hawaii state legislature has no intention of releasing Barack Obama's long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate – not even for $100.

By introducing HB1116 into the Hawaii legislature last week, five Democrats are giving the impression they are willing to make Obama's long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate available to the public for a fee.

Instead, the plan is for the state of Hawaii to create a completely new document that will be carefully designed to carry the seal of the state of Hawaii without ever having to certify details of parentage and birthplace.

Hawaii's Revised Statute HRS338 restricts making public birth certificate and other vital records only to those who have a "direct and tangible interest," namely the person applying for the certified birth certificate copy, a member of the immediate family, or others with a legal interest such as an adoptive parent or a legal guardian.

Now, the language of HB1116 attempts to skirt these restrictions by modifying Hawaii law such that for a fee of $100, the Hawaii Department of Health will release "a copy of a birth record" for those HB1116 defines as "persons of prominence."

The tip-off that the proposed legislation intends to withhold from public disclosure Obama's long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate, if such a document exists, came in an interview with Democratic Rep. John Mizuno, one of the Democratic co-sponsors of the measure.

"If the people are so concerned about Barack Obama and if he was actually born in Hawaii, born in the United States, let them pay a fee of 100 bucks," Mizuno told KHON2. "We can certainly use the money, and we don't need to hear their complaining anymore."


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