Brithers might get there anwser.

@dark_joev (3043)
United States
January 28, 2011 11:46am CST
The State of Hawaii is looking to change their laws involving birth records to where you can get Obama's record for $100. This is so the state can get some money off of this whole thing. So you will get your answer soon if this change passes. So will you be satisfied if you get his birth Record from the State of Hawaii and it states that Obama was born in the United States. I mean for a vast majority of the country who has Certifcates of Live Birth for use to gain a state ID and Social Security Card you guys have looked crazy to begin with. As you where stating a long form is the only one you could use to get those things which isn't true under 10 th amendment rights states get to decide what is valid and the fed recognizes that. So I could prove I was born here with the use of COLB and not my full birth certificate as that is expensive than the COLB which proves the same thing. So the question is will you be satisfied if Hawaii sends you the records? http://www.aolnews.com/2011/01/28/hawaii-bill-would-charge-100-for-access-to-barack-obama-birth-r/
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@anniepa (26617)
• United States
29 Jan 11
To be perfectly honest, since to the best of my knowledge I don't even have a "long form birth certificate" I'm already satisfied that I've seen the President's valid COLB and that's good enough for me. I'd be saying the same thing if it were John McCain or some other Republican or if it were another Democrat. The problem is, most of the birthers have no true credibility and they're not going to be satisfied o matter what. They could have the original birth certificate handed to them on a silver platter and they'd still find another issue to dispute President Obama's legitimacy. I suppose everyone is guilty of being a sore loser now and then, but this gang takes the cake! Annie
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@Rollo1 (16681)
• Boston, Massachusetts
29 Jan 11
How are you going to verify the platter is real silver? How do we know it's not just stainless steel?
@gladys46 (1205)
• United States
28 Jan 11
To my knowledge, all cases filed by these fringe theorists groups in all lower courts have been rejected. The 3 cases filed with the U.S.Sup.Ct. were DISMISSED!! Clearly, all the courts where these "birther," "truther" type groups petitioned were given ALL the official evidence of our President's birthplace ... which they most probably relied upon to reject or dismiss these frivolous lawsuits! I'd just like to know what people (who continue to waste good time) think the Fed.Sec.of State was doing when ALL potential presidential candidates submitted their vital stats for review was doing ... maybe thorough investigations of ALL candidates? I've heard it said that even paranoids have enemies ... these fringe groups declare they have an enemy in the WH! Wow! No birth certificate given these such people will satisfy them ... what they really want is our President out of the White House ... period!
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@anniepa (26617)
• United States
29 Jan 11
You're absolutely right, Gladys. They've already got a "Plan B" which is that it doesn't matter WHERE he was born because in their deluded minds he's still not eligible since both his parents weren't born here. Annie
@sierras236 (2740)
• United States
28 Jan 11
Well, since Hawaii's state budget is running red, it might help them get out of debt. Too bad California didn't have something like this, they really could use all of those extra $100s. But I digress, it will settle the issue once and for all. On the other hand, think how easily it would be for identity theft.
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• United States
28 Jan 11
Could you imagine a thief being stupid enough to try and use President Obama's identity?
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@gladys46 (1205)
• United States
28 Jan 11
Hahhaa ... this is a capitalistic country ... that's right Hawaii get paid ... this "fee" just may cure all the insanity really fast!
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@Rollo1 (16681)
• Boston, Massachusetts
28 Jan 11
There's a couple of problems with this. One is privacy laws. To allow anyone access to an individual's private records for a fee whether they have a valid reason to see them or not is a violation of your constitutional rights. No one can see your credit report unless they have a valid need to see it, such as a bank may see it if you have applied for a loan. Your neighbor or your paper boy can't just pay a fee to see it because they want to know. to say that you will allow access to only ONE individual's records and not others means that you violate the guarantee that all will be treated equally under the law. The second problem is simply that it's far too late. The release of this document needed to be done a long time ago if it was going to quell questions. The long delay and the shenanigans in Hawaii currently would just any document released at this late date very suspect. I don't care who thinks who is crazy. The whole issue has gone too far and there's no going back. The fault for all of it lays squarely on Obama's shoulders. If he didn't love the frenzy he wouldn't have refused to satisfy the questioners a long time ago.
@Taskr36 (13928)
• United States
28 Jan 11
In all fairness to Obama, the blame for this right now lays on that moron Abercrombie's shoulders for making this an issue all over again by pretending he could release the birth certificate without Obama's permission. FYI, even a bank can't get your credit report without your express written permission. That's one of the things you sign off on when requesting a loan.
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@spalladino (17927)
• United States
29 Jan 11
I looked around a bit for the actual bill but didn't find it and I'm not investing a lot of time on this because it's not going to satisfy the "birthers" as far as I can tell from the article. If the bill is only going to authorize the state of Hawaii to release Obama's COLB, that's not going to satisfy the folks who want to see the long form one. I do have a problem with legislation that's aimed at violating privacy rights and especially something that's aimed at a specific individual...but, then again, Hawaii should make a ton of money if it passes. BTW, I've never seen a long form birth certificate with everyone's sigs on it...not my own, not any of my four children's or any of my grandchildren's.