Still No Birth Certificate; Note Found, Abercrombie wants to use that!

According the the Honolulu Star Advertiser interview with Governor Neil Abercrombie, “ a search of State files found a note, written down.

Briefly quoting the Star Advertiser interview: “It was actually written I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down …” (Near the bottom of the page, the ellipsis are in the original post.)

A note is not a birth certificate. A note is not by any manner of means an original sealed birth certificate. A note is just that. A note. No more and no less. Anyone can write a note, anyone with access could have slipped a note into the files at any time since 2007.

Now, just for the record, the Hilary Clinton campaign’s David Axelrod (the same Chicago political operative who started the “Slime Sarah Palin campaign) started the birth certificate controversy. Hillbuzz has most of the story right here.

Admittedly, Hillbuzz is a biased observer, so everything they say must be carefully vetted for fact. But fairness compels me to agree with the Hillbuzz conclusions. Briefly quoting the Hillbuzz post:

“Because there is SOMETHING on that document he wants forever hidden, and he is using YOU as an excuse to keep it hidden.

Start asking what’s written on the birth certificate that could destroy Obama’s long-established narrative.

Start wondering aloud WHY Obama keeps hiding his vital documents.

STOP, right this minute, doing the things David Axelrod wants you to do by ranting and raving about where Obama was born. It was in Hawaii. In 1961. BUT there’s something about the document created and filed that day in August that Obama never wants to see the light of day.”

Despite all Axelrod, Winner, and the others can do to cover up the birth certificate question, something is wrong. Deeply wrong. Far too much time, effort, and money has been expended to cover up that birth certificate for it to be otherwise.

Stranger

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