Philip J Berg has provided an update regarding Obama’s birth certificate. Here are some exerpts from his website:
“We have a further analysis into the Certificate of Live Birth documents (COLB) posted on Mr. Obama’s website, fightthesmears.com.
Ron Polarik specializes in computer graphics with over 20 years experience with computers, printers, and typewriters. He holds a PhD in Instructional Media, took on this project, prior to our asking, and has been working on it for several months.
Mr. Polarik has prepared an updated and extensive report regarding these forgeries and altered COLBS. Mr. Polarik took it a step further and obtained further review to collaborate his findings.
Please find part one of Mr. Polark’s findings below.
In the June 9, 2008 edition of National Review Online, writer Jim Geraghty posted the following story to his blog, the Campaign Spot:
Having done some Obama-rumor debunking that got praise from Daily Kos (a sign of the apocalypse, no doubt), perhaps the Obama campaign could return the favor and help debunk a bunch of others with a simple step: Could they release a copy of his birth certificate? Reporters have asked for it and been denied, and the state of Hawaii does not make such records public…There are several (unlikely) rumors circulating regarding Obama’s birth certificate.
Geraghty listed these rumors as (1) Obama was born in Kenya, (2) Obama’s middle name is really “Muhammad” and (3) Obama’s first name is really “Barry,” as he was called when he was a child growing up in Indonesia. Geraghty concluded his article by saying that “If the concern of the Obama campaign is that the certificate includes…some other data that could be useful to identity thieves, that information could easily be blocked out and the rest released.”
Three days later, as if on cue, the pro-Obama Daily Kos blog posted an image of what they claimed was a scanned copy of Barack Obama’s “original birth certificate” sent to them by the Obama Campaign:”
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