Obama's lawyers are refusing to provide a vault copy of his birth certificate & the one on Obama's website is obiously false.

what is a vault copy of a birth certificate

Submitted by Barbara Paolucci (United States). Oct 25, 2008 at 15:19

Newsmax.com has an article on this topic that I'd like to forward to Mr. Pipes but I don't know how to get it to him. Perhaps you could go to the Newsmax website and check it out for yourself.

There's at least one lawsuit that has forced obama to release the vault copy of his birth certificate as where he was born is suspect and may well be Africa. If it's true, he can't run for president as he is not a natural born American. That he will not comply with a court order to produce the document states volumes.

When you go to the Newsmax website you'll see links to the phony birth certificate on Obama's website and a comparison with what a real one.

I think it's possible to get at the truth via his financial aide records from the colleges he attended where if he had financial aide, the records would be open to the public/public scrutiny. He would have had to

produce a birth certificate to get into the colleges he attended and to get financial aide. The federal government may have these records as well. I'm hoping Mr. Pipes and/or one or more of the readers here can take action to get at the truth.

As it stands, I consider Obama to be THE Manchurian Candidate and we'll all pay dearly should he be elected. There are far too many troublesome associations and few if any that aren't troubling for this man to be president of an ant farm let alone the USA.

If you, the reader, can investigate this birth certificate issue, and make your findings known I think you'd be doing the nation a great service.

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