IMAO EXCLUSIVE: Obama Not Eligible for Presidency

Posted on November 3, 2008 9:04 am

IMAO EXCLUSIVE! MUST CREDIT IMAO!

For those worried about Obama becoming president, worry no more. Through my contacts I have gotten proof that Obama is not eligible for the presidency. Here for the first time is Obama’s real birth certificate, and you will quickly notice the birth certificate is foreign in origin.


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I guess the Democrats didn’t vet their candidate, including the most basic vetting step of making sure your candidate isn’t foreign. Now Obama’s dislike of America makes sense, because many foreigners do not like America, foreigners such as Obama and Hitler.

Call up the DNC now and demand they withdraw their foreign candidate. With your help, Obama will withdraw from the race and McCain will have the election in the bag. Then I can spend Tuesday night playing Guitar Hero instead of watching election returns.

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28 Responses to “IMAO EXCLUSIVE: Obama Not Eligible for Presidency”

  1. seanmahair says:

    You know if you look at the birth certificate that’s on line it has the same problem that Dan Rather’s smoking gun. It’s not the vault copy, it’s a current recent computer print. They didn’t have computers in 196? or whenever he was born. Apparently Hawaii has issued an official statement that he was born there but NO one in the media or bloggisfere has seen the original. Why inquiring minds want to know doesn’t he simply produce the certificate? What is he afraid of ?

    It is interesting that his Kenyan grandmother has stated that she was there at the birth, in KENYA.

    Someone needs to get there stories straight. How can he govern the country if he can’t keep his lies straight? What kind of idiot politician is he? Never mind oxy-moron.

  2. Swamper says:

    I’m an expert birth-certificate-examiner…um…guy…and I approve this message.

  3. Socrates H. Obummer says:

    Dear Sirs:

    I am a certified security and forensics expert having years of experience with teh Photoshopping, surfing the Internets, and thousands of presidential birth certificate forgery cases. I’m also a conservative Christian and lifelong Rethuglican.

    I have examined this image in my lab, and have noted several irregularities which may seem subtle and unimportant to the casual voter, but to my trained and experienced eye reveal serious questions.

    First, note that “white” is not capitalized, as it would be on a true foreign country birth certificate. Foreign countries have better schools than the United States, because their rich White executives are unselfish. So no clerk in a foreign country birth certificate office would ever fail to capitalize the word “white” in that way.

    Second, the question of the baby’s accomplishment clearly overlooks surviving abortion. Since abortion disproportionately affects Blacks, this is an obviously racist form which could only have been produced in the U.S. of KKKA.

    And most importantly, the signature of the “doctor” slants to the right, a clear indicator that it was produced by the right-leaning McCain campaign.

    From all of this, I conclude that Barack Obama must have been born in Hawaii.

  4. Gasgwar says:

    don’t hold your breath waiting for the MSM to cover this story.

  5. kansasfarmboy says:

    Am I missing something? This seems like a bunch to do about nothing.
    To my understanding, if a person is born to an American citizen (either mother or father or both) then they are American citizens.
    Did his mother relinquish her citizenship to the US? Or are they claiming he wasn’t born to her and is just someone they picked up on the side of the road? A souvenir from a trip to Kenya?

  6. Socrates H. Obummer says:

    KansasFarmboy —

    There is no need to ask all of these questions. Surely the hostile, corporate-owned conservative media would have found all of the answers to these questions by now. Since they haven’t, clearly no answers exist and therefore the questions don’t matter.

  7. Jimmy says:

    To: Socrates H. Obummer, Certified Security and Forensics Expert
    From: Illinois Department of US Civilian National Security Force

    Dear Mr. Obummer,

    Your application for license renewal has been brought to my attention. Your recent evidentiary submittal as proof of the efficacy of your current practice is lacking key elements constituting an issue of great concern. Normally, our members are keenly aware of the requirements outlined in USCNSF’s qualifying documents. Specifically, any analysis should involve ALL critical fields in your reference citation, to wit (suitable analysis in parentheses) :

    DATE OF BIRTH: The 60’s (A proper decade for the birth of any liberal politician who finds war abhorrent.)

    BABIES SEX: Not Sure (The correct response is “Doesn’t Matter” or “Not Yet”)

    RELIGION OF BABY AT BIRTH: Muslim Extremist (There are no Muslim extremists – only adherents to the “Religion of Peace.”)

    ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Baby’s Got Crazy Ears (Only typically white doctors would make such a remark.)

    In conclusion, your omissions, as outlined above, only serve to question your strengths (or lack thereof) in providing corroborative support for out current campaign. Please resubmit your renewal application in its entirety.

    Sincerely yours,
    Efrom Z.(Zimbalist) Hood, Director

  8. Tommy the Towelhead says:

    OH, COME ON!!! Everyone who has seen the real birth certificate knows that he was born in the Kingdom of Hawai’i. The certificate was even notarized by King Kamehameha XI himself at his office in Iolani Palace.

  9. Socrates H. Obummer says:

    I sent this email in response to the mail Jimmy quoted in #7:

    To: USCNSF
    From: Socrates Hussein Obummer (Certified Presidential Birth Certificate Examiner #I34282104)

    Dear Sir or Madam:

    As you are doubtless aware, presidential birth certificate examiner regulations are mute on the point of whether all flaws, discrepancies, and errors in presidential birth certificates must be explained in every public communication by a certified presidential birth certificate examiner.

    However, a recent journal article (“Is it necessary for a certified presidential birth certificate examiner to recount every point for or against his or her findings”, Vatsa Henweigh, Presidential Birth Certificate, July 2006) made a strong case that as long as the description, affirmation, or refutation of the presidential birth certificate was adequately argued and properly presented, it is not necessary for a certified presidential birth certificate examiner to recount every point for or against his or her findings. To summarize, Henweigh’s main points were that rigor in a popular, non-specialist context would serve to make the certified presidential birth certificate examiner field less accessible to the general public, and that any valid presidential birth certificate could be expected to be completely free of mistakes.

    Thank you for your effort in communication, and I offer the July, 2006 issue of Presidential Birth Certificate as a source of endless reading pleasure, as my own dog-eared copy will attest.

    Sincerely, etc.

    I haven’t heard back yet.

  10. Jimmy says:

    {Exactly why I’m on the “cc” list of these messages, I do not know. But it sounds important , so I’ll pass it along:}

    To: Socrates H. Obummer, Certified Security and Forensics Expert
    From: Ima Stinskyosonavich, Deputy Director, Illinois Department of US Civilian National Security Force

    My Dear Mr. Obummer,

    On behalf of our state director, Efrom Z. Hood, I’m authorized to inform you that your license application has now been approved. We appreciate the due diligence demonstrated in your recent correspondence particularly the outlining of the important works of Vatsa Henweigh and her recent findings in Presidential Birth Certificate, July 2006.

    For your future reference, we’d like to encourage you to embrace the more recent findings of Ivanna Hammeru and Rashonmi Posteri in their 2008 report: Eliminating Racists From Certified Security and Forensics Expert Personnel. Their article is available from this office for a small fee and is required reading for future licenses.

    Your continued work is essential to the civilian security of the State of Illinois, and through the efforts of our great national president, Klaatu Barada Nikto, together we can secure the blessings of security for ourselves and for our posteriors.

    Sincerely yours,
    Ima Stinskyosonavich
    Deputy Director, Illinois USCNSF

  11. blarg says:

    well, I’m convinced!

    Of course you can’t trust the word of his grandmother in Kenya who said she was at his birth in Kenya. She probably just got him confused with another grandkid whose birth she was at. I’m sure they all look the same to her – didn’t Comrade Obama himself say she was a racist and threw her under the bus a few months ago?

    Still, you can’t argue with a computer print-out.

  12. Kent says:

    Actually, someone else pointed out that with all his radical associations, he would be disqualified for getting a government security clearance. Yet democrats want to trust him with nuclear launch codes.

    I suspect they would either wave the requirement for treasonous presidents or lower the requirements for everyone, thus making sure even MORE of our state secrets and military technology leaks to enemy governments and terrorist groups. Or both, knowing Obama.

  13. Swamper says:

    “Am I missing something? This seems like a bunch to do about nothing.
    To my understanding, if a person is born to an American citizen (either mother or father or both) then they are American citizens.
    Did his mother relinquish her citizenship to the US? Or are they claiming he wasn’t born to her and is just someone they picked up on the side of the road? A souvenir from a trip to Kenya?”

    Actually, whether he was born in the US or not, according to Indonesian law, he lost his US citizenship when his stepfather Lolo Soetoro adopted him, as this gave him immediate Indonesian citizenship, and Indonesian law at the time did not allow for dual citizenship. Therefore, unless he’s taken the Oath of Allegiance since moving to the States, he is not a US citizen.

  14. BigRichardSmall says:

    Then I can spend Tuesday night playing Guitar Hero instead of watching election returns.

    That’s what Picture in picture was all about. You don’t need sound to watch returns. Most of what people say on T.V is crap anyway, except when Dennis Haysbert is talking. For some unknown reason I must listen when he talks. Sorry GEICO. I don’t care if I can save hundreds on car insurance. Dennis Haysbert says I’m in good hands with Alstate.

  15. BigRichardSmall says:

    Man I suck with HTML

  16. BigRichardSmall says:

    If only Dennis Haysbert would tell me how to use HTML

  17. DAN RATHER, KING OF TRUSTWORTHY NEWSREADERS says:

    I can personally attest to the reliability of this document and furthermore…

    What’s that , Kenneth?…
    …. It trashes a Democrat?

    …It’s obviously a forgery, I can personally attest to that, as sure as rocks can grow.

    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), on being congratulated on victory by Rather: “Thanks Dan, I always believe you.” Rather: “Now, ladies and gentleman, if you believe that, you’ll believe rocks can grow.”

  18. Must Credit IMAO: Obama Not Eligible to be Present (Humor) « Chiefly Musing links:

    [...] the information right here on the “Foreign Country Birth Certificate”!  Excuse me, on the Official Foreign Country Birth Certificate.  Because if it wasn’t the official one, who would believe it, right?  [...]

  19. seanmahair says:

    Not enough ado about something:

    It is the law that a child born overseas to a minor, is not automatically a citizen. Mr Obama mother was 17 yrs old when he was born. If he was born in Kenya (and I don’t know that he was) he is NOT an American citizen, therefore he is not eligible to be President of the United States.

    I don’t know where he was born, but I would like to know WHY he can’t release an actual image of his birth certificate, a copy of the original. If he had done that 2 years ago this would not be an issue. What is he hiding? Kind of makes you say hmmmmmmmmmmmm.

  20. Mike says:

    Please provide site: “It is the law that a child born overseas to a minor, is not automatically a citizen. Mr Obama mother was 17 yrs old when he was born.”
    I don’t think your right.

    Mr. Obama is clearly not eligible. But not for the reason you state. It because its listed on his Official Foreign Birth Certificate, as shown on this site.

  21. NunyaB says:

    Since when have Dumocrats ever let a little thing like rules, or ethics, get in the way of stealing an election? Remember all the voting irregularities in the 2000 election, or the ACORN fraud in this one? Happened in Dumocrat-predominate districts.

    Rest assured that NO ONE would ever let a Republican get away with hiding a suspicious birth certificate or racist and treasonous associations.

    Still confused how anyone could be so stupid as to vote Obama-Biden: “they, the inexperienced, leading the botoxed.”

  22. Laurence Simon says:

    The secretary at CloneWorks sure did a good job with that document this weekend.

    -ls

  23. IMAO » Blog Archive » Obama the Foreigner links:

    [...] course, IMAO a while ago found Obama’s real birth certificate, and he is quite obviously not eligible to be president. In fact, he’s probably more [...]

  24. Ella says:

    Mike: that was the law (about a minor not conferring birthright citizenship) in 1961. It was changed, if I remember rightly, around 1965 and then again in the early 1980s. But that’s been documented a bunch of other places.

    There are two ways that Obama may not be a citizen: first by being born in Kenya. (And his Hawaiian birth announcement was placed a week after his birth, FWIW.) The other is when his mother renounced her US citizenship and became an Indonesian citizen and he was adopted by his Indonesian step-father. And we do know that he traveled to Pakistan on an Indonesian passport when he was 20. I understand that the law of Indonesia would require him to claim citizenship, though, when he hit adulthood, and it is possible that he could have repatriated to the US at that time, but that’s a legal matter, if being a foreign citizen for 15 years would rpeclude him from being President. Assuming he repatriated in the first place.

  25. Ella says:

    But, as you say Mike, we clearly have a foreign birth certificate. I mean, it’s on the internet and everything!

    Thanks for the research, IMAO!

  26. For those birther conspiracy theorists | Hoystory links:

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  27. IMAO » Blog Archive » “Welcome to the Recovery!” links:

    [...] now is the time to forge a Kenyan birth certificate and get Obama thrown out of office. Doesn’t have to be too believable, as at this point most [...]

  28. IMAO » Blog Archive » New Lack of Evidence on Obama’s Birth Certificate links:

    [...] Hawaii governor says he has proof Obama was born in Hawaii — he just can produce that proof. I’m sure this will be seized on by the usual suspects who have been constantly e-mailing me for years now of every new bit of news on Obama’s birth certificate. While we conservatives are busy in huge battles about Obamacare and the debt, it’s nice to get a breathless e-mail about how if you parse a statement someone made twenty years go a certain, it kinda sounds like they’re saying Obama was born in Kenya. [...]

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