Saturday, January 22, 2011

Top 10 list of places the Governor of Hawaii should have looked for President Obama's birth certificate

Letterman has nothing on this list of the Top 10 places that Governor Abercrombie of Hawaii should have looked for President Obama's birth certificate.

The AP reports that the Governor has apparently given up his attempt to prove Mr. Obama has the legal standing to serve as President of the United States. If he decides at some point to resume, here are some new places to look.

The Top 10 places are:

10. It might be under the unicorn feeder, not too far from the magic money printing press that Ben Bernanke uses.

9. The certificate may have been sacrificed to the volcano gods to ensure good luck. After two years of the Obama administration, it obviously didn’t work.

8. Check under Obama’s copy of the Koran signed by Ayatollah Khomeini. The one that reads: “To Barry. Good luck on the whole Manchurian thing. Kho-money.”

7. Perhaps it’s under a stack of promises to close Gitmo.

6. May be tucked in the pages of well-annotated Community Organizing for Dummies book.

5. Have you looked in George Soros’ command bunker? Check under those stacks of Chinese yuan and the deed to Obama’s soul.

4. May have accidentally passed it out as a syllabus during short stint as Harvard lecturer.

3. Pawned for crack in 90s.

2. Hillary Clinton may have it tucked in her jock strap.

1. Kenya

(List courtesy of I Hate The Media)

Is this the final chapter in this saga? No way!

The governor had promised to put an end to all of the debate over the place of birth controversy by producing the baby Barack Hussein Obama birth certificate. On that quest he has failed and has apparently given up trying. Being governor apparently provides only limited privileges.

The following statement serves as a poor attempt to deflect from the real question. It points the finger at those who would dane to want confirmation of the country of the President's birth, rather than suppose why it is that Mr. Obama is fighting so hard to prevent it.

This from the AP late yesterday:

"...State Attorney General David Louie told the governor that privacy laws bar him from disclosing an individual's birth documentation without the person's consent, Abercrombie spokeswoman Donalyn Dela Cruz said Friday.

"There is nothing more that Gov. Abercrombie can do within the law to produce a document," said Dela Cruz. "Unfortunately, there are conspirators who will continue to question the citizenship of our president."

Abercrombie, who was a friend of Obama's parents and knew him as a child, launched an investigation last month into whether he can release more information about the president's Aug. 4, 1961 birth. The governor said at the time he was bothered by people who questioned Obama's birthplace for political reasons..."

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