Senior Election Clerk for Honolulu Says Obama Not Born in U.S.
Mr.. Adams is a Democrat. He was in the records office in Hawaii and was in a position to know if Obama has a long form birth certificate. He says that document does not exist, and that the form being trumpeted about on the internet as Obama's birth certificate is typically used by residents whose children were born elsewhere.
He argues, incorrectly, that it should not matter that Obama was born elsewhere. The reason for his error is that he confuses naturalized citizenship with natural born citizenship. I argue, correctly (but we live in times where difficult facts are ignored rather than addressed) that it does not matter whether he was born here. He is ineligible for the Presidency because his father was a foreign national here on business from a foreign government, and therefore he does not meet the "subject to the jurisdiction thereof" clause of the 14th amendment according to the original intent of it's author (Senator Howard Jacob).
That is, I am correct if Obama was actually born here. Mr. Adams makes a strong case that Obama was not born here, and a faulty case that it doesn't matter. The whole thing looks like an attempt to condition America to the idea that it does not matter if Obama was born here or not, and if you insist that the Constitution applies to the Great One then you must be a racist!