birth announcements

One of the very first documents that Team Obama presented to the American People to demonstrate that Obama was born in Hawaii was the alleged newspaper "birth announcements" allegedly published in Hawaii’s two principal newspapers, the "Honolulu Advertiser" on Sunday, August 13,1961 and in "The Star Bulletin" on Wednesday, August 16, 1961.

The problem is they're counterfeit. They're forgeries. They're bogus. That begs the question, why?

Orland Scott Lefforge died on July 4, 2007 at the age of 91. His wife/companion Thelma Young died June 28,2008.

Why do we need to know this? Well, just 10 days after Thelma Lefforge passed into the great unknown, Obama's birth announcement miraculously showed up in a Hawaiian librarian's inbox. The announcements were scanned and emailed by the librarian to a blogger named Lori who forwarded them to the "Texas Darlin'" blog.

According to the famous "birth announcements," Stanley Ann and the Kenyan were living with Baby Barry as a couple in the Lefforge's house. When question arose, Team Obama said they actually lived in a small bungalow behind the main house

The "Obamas" didn't live there. They never lived there. Since Mrs. Lefforge just happened to die 10 days prior to the appearance of the birth announcement we can’t ask her, but we do know that the next door neighbor told investigators that, "his mama, and his papa never lived there."

Beatrice Arakaki affirmed she was a neighbor of the Lefforges and had lived at 6075 Kalanianaole Highway from before 1961 to the present. She flat-out said no mixed race couple ever lived anywhere near her.

Not a shred of evidence links the Dunhams or Obamas to Kalanianaole Highway. Kalanianaole only surfaced in connection with the Obamas in July 2008 when the "birth announcements" were revealed.

Stanley Ann and Baby Barry returned to Hawaii after the Kenyan had moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend Harvard.

The Kenyan, always broke and always asking his sponsors for more money, lived like a hermit in a small, rented room at 625 11th Avenue. Except for a short stay at the Atherton YMCA when he first arrived in Hawaii, The Kenyan lived at that address until he left Hawaii on June 22,1962

Obama continued to promote the myth that The Kenyan left Stanley Ann and Baby Barry when the infant was two years old. That story is just nonsense!

On September 11, 2009, in a speech to America's schoolchildren, Obama repeated one of his most flagrant lies from "Dreams...," saying, "My father left my family when I was 2 years old, and I was raised by a single mom who had to work and who struggled at times to pay the bills and wasn't always able to give us the things that other kids had."

So why was all this lying necessary?