On Thursday in Phoenix, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio disclosed findings of his Cold Case Posse’s investigation of Obama’s birth certificate and Selective Service card. Most media, including The US Report, have traditionally dismissed this matter. Even if you dismiss the matter, you must admit Arpaio's findings are intriguing.
There are people in the country who view Obama’s personal documents as a vital issue because the US Constitution clearly states who can and cannot serve as president. Couple that with Obama’s policies—energy, for instance, that benefits countries like China rather than the U.S.—and you can begin to understand why those people question the man who currently sits in the White House. Furthermore, a president who agrees the federal government can force citizens to purchase health insurance is a president who seriously ignores limits on federal powers established by the Constitution.
Despite what media may or may not say, the Cold Case Posse built an argument that raises more questions than it answers.
Posted online at World Net Daily are a series of videos addressing the integrity of the birth certificate posted on the White House website. The short videos explore the use of layers, and if you’re familiar with Adobe Illustrator, you’ll soon realize there are problems with the birth certificate. For instance, the Hawaii Dept. of Health registrar’s name stamp and the date stamp appear to be computer-generated images imported into an electronic document rather than actual rubber stamp imprints “inked by hand or machine onto a paper document.”
Questions about the Selective Service card are easier to comprehend. The Posse reviewed multiple cards from that time period. Obama’s card has only two digits for the year of registration—80. The Post Office always used four digits simply because you would have no way of knowing the actual year otherwise. Video 6 posted at World Net Daily projects a very convincing argument.
Other anomalies were also disclosed by the sheriff. WND said:
“[R]ecords of Immigration and Naturalization Service cards filled out by passengers arriving on international flights originating outside the United States in the month of August 1961, examined at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., are missing records for the week of President Obama’s birth.”
As an aside, Democrats have been associated with missing records at the National Archives before, when Sandy Berger, former national security adviser to President Bill Clinton, was caught removing records. Berger got a slap on the wrist from the justice system and we have only his word for what he took at the same time the 9/11 Commission was undertaking its investigation. As if that wasn’t enough, a hard drive containing more Clinton administration records went missing in 2009. One terabyte of data—equivalent to about a million books—went missing and some of the data related to national security.
The Cold Case Posse interviewed many people and reviewed hundreds of documents from around the world, taking sworn statements from some. Chief investigator Mike Zullo noted one government official who gave a sworn statement:
“That person, Zullo said, was prepared to testify that in the 1980s, when he was visiting at the home of Obama buddy Bill Ayers’ mother, he was introduced by Ayers’ mother to a ‘foreign student’ who was being helped with his education. That ‘foreign student’ was identified as Barack Obama, he said.”
Conservative media have reacted as negatively as Democrat-allied media when it comes to questions about Obama’s background. Both political sectors do so because of fear.
It almost goes without saying that most traditional media, aligned with Democrats, do not vet candidates on the Left with the same enthusiasm applied to candidates on the right. Had Arpaio’s findings related to a Republican, this story would be churning through every media outlet on the globe.
Arpaio has assembled fact-based evidence. The Cold Case Posse’s findings warrant attention.
~~Related at The US Report: Security breach at National Archives…more missing Clinton data
(Analysis by Kay B. Day/March 2, 2012)