Miss "Smarty-pants" and the Leprechaun


Regarding the April 15th, 2010 broadcast of the O’Reilly Factor.

Miss "smarty-pants," Megyn Kelly and Bill O'Reilly the "giant leprechaun" made dumb assess out of themselves when dealing with the Lt. Col. Terry Lakin's story and his constitutional reasons for disobeying orders signed by the person whom many call the president, B. Hussein Obama.

Why was miss "Smarty-pants" the guest rather than Lt. Col. Lakin's attorney, Paul Jensen? This is an outrage and breaks with normal protocol when dealing with a story of this nature! It is well known that Mr. Jensen will do interviews to correct misinformation regarding Lt. Col. Lakin's reasons for disobeying his military orders to deploy. The leprechaun has been chief among those promoting erroneous information regarding Obama's eligibility to serve as president.

What was shocking about this segment on the "Factor" was that the subject of the constitutional requirement of being "natural born citizen” especially problematic for Obama since his biological father was a Kenyan under the British Crown or other issues like Obama's refusal to release his long form birth certificate, unreleased education records, possible dual Indonesian citizen-ship, travel to Pakistan (on what country's passport) did not come up.

Miss "Smarty-pants" and the leprechaun held up for the camera birth announcements from a Hawaiian newspaper? Wow? What does the leprechaun take his viewers to be? Dopes and idiots? The only one who looks like a dope and idiot is the leprechaun. When is he going to catch up with the debate on the many issues surrounding Obama's eligibility to hold the office of president?

Consider several reasons drawn from the research at WorldNetDaily (WND) why the leprechaun is an idiot for thinking he was providing profound new information that should settle this debate on Obama's eligibility:

To start, WorldNetDaily (WND) discovered the following important information in previous discussions with the two Honolulu newspapers:

  • Neither newspaper had an editor to vet birth announcements;

  • Neither newspaper independently checked the truthfulness or accuracy of birth announcement information derived from Hawaii Department of Health vital statistics records;

  • Both newspapers merely published birth announcements, as received, from information published in Hawaii’s Department of Health vital statistics announcements.

  • Hawaiian hospitals did not report to newspapers any birth information;

  • Hawaiian Certifications of Live Birth (COLB) do not typically list the hospital of birth or attending physician;

  • Errors and misstatements in birth announcements published in the two Hawaiian newspapers have been documented, stemming from incorrect information recorded by the Hawaiian Department of Health.

Why COLB does not prove Hawaiian birth:

The publication of the Obama birth announcements in 1961 suggests the Hawaii Department of Health issued a Certification of Live Birth, or COLB, for Barack Obama. But that alone is not proof he was born in Hawaii.

In 1961, Hawaiian law specifically allowed “an adult or the legal parents of a minor child” to apply to the health department and, upon unspecified proof, be given a birth document in the form of a Certification of Live Birth.

The only requirement stated in Hawaiian law is “that the legal parents of such individual while living without the Territory or State of Hawaii had declared the Territory or State of Hawaii as their legal residence for at least one year immediately preceding the birth or adoption of such child.”

So, even the listing of an address on a COLB or in a newspaper birth announcement is no proof the baby was born in Hawaii.

If the leprechaun had devoted even a small amount of time, he would have found obvious problems with the COLB versus an original long form birth certificate; which contains the hospital name and attending doctor's signature.

Additional problems with Hawaii newspaper anouncements of Obama's birth:

As WND reported, Obama’s parents didn’t live at the address listed in the papers.

Barack Obama Sr. and Stanley Ann Dunham, Obama’s parents, did not live together as husband and wife at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway in Honolulu, the address listed in the announcement.

A comparison of the Obama birth announcement in the two newspapers shows they are identical in every detail, including the order of other announcements preceding and following the Obama listing.

As WND reported, that address belonged to Ann Dunham’s parents, Madelyn and Stanley Dunham.

Moreover, Obama’s parents lived apart, at two different addresses, after Obama's birth, with Ann Dunham evidently remaining in the rented house at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway.

Barack Obama Sr. lived alone in an 11th Avenue address, closer to the university. Ann Dunham left Hawaii with her newborn son just two weeks after the birth.

Why Barack Obama Sr. did not establish a residence with Ann Dunham and son in Hawaii is unknown, but WND can find no listing in the Polk directories for 1961-1962 that document Ann Dunham and Barack Obama Sr. ever lived at the same address.

A search of that edition of the directory indicates 6085 Kalanianaole Highway was being rented by the grandparents.

In conclusion, why was Joseph Farah Editor of WND who is considered the lead reporter on the Obama eligibility dis-invited to be on the leprechaun's “The Factor?” Is the leprechaun really looking out for the folks?

Breaking news on the Lt. Col. Terry Lakin story:

A retired Army general and national-security-policy expert says Lt. Col. Terry Lakin has "a valid point" and should use his "right to discovery" to force the Obama administration to produce proof of his natural-born-citizenship status.

In an interview with Evil Conservative Radio, Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely said, "I think many in the military – and many out of the military – question the natural-birth status of Barack Obama. … I'm not convinced that he is [a natural-born citizen]."

See the complete story at:


See important information regarding the “Natural Born Citizen” requirement in the Constitution:

Read online at: http://www.thebirthers.org/misc/logic.htm

Other News:

Glenn Beck contradicts himself!

March 16th, DENVER - Radio and television talk show host Glenn Beck, who previously called the dispute over President Obama's eligibility for office the "dumbest thing I've ever heard," today told Denver host Peter Boyles on his KHOW show that it's not a "winnable argument."

"I haven't looked into it at all," Beck told Boyles on this morning's show. Then he says: "It doesn't matter to me because I don't think you can make the case."

Wow! Glenn has just caught himself in a really dumb contradiction. How could he possibly say "it is not a winnable argument" and "It doesn't matter to me because I don't think you can make the case" after he admits his ignorance on the topic "I haven't looked into it at all?"

See my previous articles:

Glenn Beck and His Glass House

Shilling For Obama

The Great Faith of Ann Coulter

Obama Eligibility Sites

Mr. Kettler is an ordained Presbyterian Elder and the owner of the http://www.Undergroundnotes.com web site where his theological, philosophical and political articles can be read. He has worked in corporate America for over 30 years. Mr. Kettler can be contacted by e-mail at: jack@kettlerwellness.com


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