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[/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/news/]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/ ... =6542#6542 (allegedly, Lawyer who knows of the Female Dr. who delivered Barry in Kenya)[/break1]aipnews.com/talk/forums/thre]http://www.aipnews.com/talk/forums/thre ... s=1#M19775 (another source, matching above)[/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/news/]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/ ... =6799#6799 (Very good explanation about 1964 div docs and missing page 11 which is almost certainly the 1964 certified copy of the Kenyan birth)[/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/news/]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/ ... =6823#6823 (Possible person who had custody of the Kenyan doc, and why they turned it over to Jane - or a copy anyway)[/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/news/]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/ ... =6824#6824 (More on the Female Dr.) What can I say, just read the posts
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Heads Up - Multiple COLBS Warning [someone swapped out the Kenya BC AFTER it was posted]Thursday, August 06, 2009 3:47:37 PM · 2,247 of 2,247Red Steel to blue99 ‘Punkin’ the Birthers: Priceless’ [pictures supposedly from forger of Kenya BC] Washington Independent ^ | 8/6/09 | Dave Weigel It’s looking more and more like the forged “Kenyan birth certificate” released by Orly Taitz on Sunday was a prank by a supporter of President Obama. Politijab points to an anonymous blogger at FearlessBlogging, who has uploaded four photos of the original forgery and a mocking declaration:This just shows you what lying little punks they are, Weigel included. [/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2307402/posts]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2307402/posts
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Kenyan document ignites firestorm over authenticity (Let's Discuss Bomford HERE)Thursday, August 06, 2009 3:47:09 PM · 665 of 666deport to woofie ‘Punkin’ the Birthers: Priceless’ [pictures supposedly from forger of Kenya BC] Fine cotton business paper: $11 Inkjet printer: $35 1940 Royal Model KMM manual typewriter: $10 2 Shilling coin: $1 Pilot Varsity fountain pen: $3 Punkin’ the Birthers: Priceless[/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/news/2309830/posts]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2309830/posts
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http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/ ... /postsWhat a bunch of tards on that thread. For some reason, they think that the forger will be in trouble for the document, not Orly. It seems they have also latched onto the theory that the Australian BC is a fake. Fools.
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Same FR thread



We need to keep working on the connections between Bomford, the punk site and others. Bomford's remark was that he was going to bring down Orly. Stated on radio and I assume there is a transcript. We have done most of the legwork. Do you have the section on "Conspiracey" that you can post. Thanks.
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What is this person on? When the hell did Bomford say he was going to bring Orly down?Where do they get this stuff from!
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What is this person on? When the hell did Bomford say he was going to bring Orly down?Wher do they get this stuff from!It has been reported that Jim Bomford said he was gonna take Orly down. Said it on Plains Radio the other night to Ed.i.e. Jimbot Bomford.Seriously. That's what has been said.Edited.
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Wher do they get this stuff from!The subliminal messaging that underlies all tv and radio broadcasts. Not to mention the silent hypnotism waves being beamed through the monitors of all birfers. As long as you've had your shots and are wearing your protective glasses, you are good. Remember, it's the red pill.
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I sure hope David Bomford has shut down the email address that was listed on his site - he would getting all kinds of batshit crazy emails flooding in, the poor bloke!
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What is this person on? When the hell did Bomford say he was going to bring Orly down?Where do they get this stuff from!He contradicted Orly, therefore, he's trying to bring her down, therefore he said he's going to bring her down.That's pretty much how Freeper logic works.Remember, this is the site that had about 50 different posters call Malia Obama a typical street whore, ghetto trash, and lots of other horrible racial invective (But they didn't use the N-word)!
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The reader may visit this [/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2305909/posts]address and enquire at #13 to possibly find something to their advantage.
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The reader may visit this [/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2305909/posts]address and enquire at #13 to possibly find something to their advantage.That's fabulous! How's business?
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What is this person on? When the hell did Bomford say he was going to bring Orly down?Where do they get this stuff from!He contradicted Orly, therefore, he's trying to bring her down, therefore he said he's going to bring her down.That's pretty much how Freeper logic works.Remember, this is the site that had about 50 different posters call Malia Obama a typical street whore, ghetto trash, and lots of other horrible racial invective (But they didn't use the N-word)!I was in de chat. Ed's chat. The quote about Bomford bringing Orly down has to do with Plain's chat where the edbots assumed "Jimbot" = a guy named "Jim Bomford". I can't explain more than that. That is just what they think.They believe "Jimbot" is a Bomford. (Well, they did. They now think he's a "Jim Johnson". )Try to keep up. "Jimbot" said on plains radio he was gonna "bring Orly down". Figuratively speaking. Hence... where we are now.No. It doesn't make any sense. Did you think it would?
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The reader may visit this [/break1]freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2305909/posts]address and enquire at #13 to possibly find something to their advantage. Sorry Justin...DrC deserved all 7 smilies.Doc, your killing me!!!!
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Jesus' General has found a [/break1]blogspot.com/2009/08/barack-obama-show-us-your-penis.html]new birfer theory:excerpt:hoosiermama:The only other thing that hit me was that Sinclair said BO was not circumcised. When my son was born in a hospital that was done as a matter of routine without even consulting us. Would the same be for Hawaii? OTOH People born at home or in some other cultures are not circumcised.[snip]Natural Born 54I am having a vision of a court room scene. The judge turns to O sitting in the witness chair to his left and says “I am sorry, Mr. President, but I am going to have to ask you to stand and drop trou .....” hoosiermama:More than likely an exam from a court appointed DR. :~)Humiliating either way....caught by his own private parts....er something like that. So lemme get this straight: An official statement by the state of Hawaii is not sufficient proof he was born there BUT the state of his penis is. There's enough twisted sexual meaning in all of this to keep a team of therapists very busy.Edit: Link fixed...
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POOF. That web page is already gone.





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The only other thing that hit me was that Sinclair said BO was not circumcised.Well I guess he's not Muslim then.
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hoosiermama:

When my son was born in a hospital that was done as a matter of routine without even consulting us.I can't imagine any hospital performing an elective procedure where there is the possibility of disfigurement or worse, without written consent.
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When my son was born in a hospital that was done as a matter of routine without even consulting us.I can't imagine any hospital performing an elective procedure where there is the possibility of disfigurement or worse, without written consent. Neither I nor my wife provided written consent for circumcision of our sons. I don't recall even being asked orally. I was there for the second birth and was so fully aware that the procedure was being done that I had the typical male reaction: I almost fainted. It is so standard and has so little risk (apart from rare reactions to Lidocaine) that I suppose back in the 1970s nobody thought to ask. It's one of those funny elective procedures that insurance companies treat as medically necessary procedures.
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When my son was born in a hospital that was done as a matter of routine without even consulting us.I can't imagine any hospital performing an elective procedure where there is the possibility of disfigurement or worse, without written consent. Prolly the same lady who carried her "original" BC in her purse all the time. She expected to be asked for it just like at putt-putt, for a discount.
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Neither I nor my wife provided written consent for circumcision of our sons. I don't recall even being asked orally. I was there for the second birth and was so fully aware that the procedure was being done that I had the typical male reaction: I almost fainted. It is so standard and has so little risk (apart from rare reactions to Lidocaine) that I suppose back in the 1970s nobody thought to ask. It's one of those funny elective procedures that insurance companies treat as medically necessary procedures.Your wife probably discussed it with her OB during prenatal visits and may have signed a consent then. It used to be the OB did the circ. Most places I've worked the last 15 years or so have switched to the pedi doing it. My (former) employer not only requires written consent, we screen for family history of bleeding disorders on the form.As far as risk, I have seen many botched jobs and have had to run for the Surgicel to stop the bleeding. Then, there is always the risk of infection.There doesn't seem to be a problem with private insurance paying for it, but MediCal won't, so at my (former) hospital none of the Pedis will do MediCal kids. One of our very wonderful Neonatalogists does the MediCal kids in between saving baby lives...
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Neither I nor my wife provided written consent for circumcision of our sons. I don't recall even being asked orally. I was there for the second birth and was so fully aware that the procedure was being done that I had the typical male reaction: I almost fainted. It is so standard and has so little risk (apart from rare reactions to Lidocaine) that I suppose back in the 1970s nobody thought to ask. It's one of those funny elective procedures that insurance companies treat as medically necessary procedures.Your wife probably discussed it with her OB during prenatal visits and may have signed a consent then. It used to be the OB did the circ. Most places I've worked the last 15 years or so have switched to the pedi doing it. My (former) employer not only requires written consent, we screen for family history of bleeding disorders on the form.As far as risk, I have seen many botched jobs and have had to run for the Surgicel to stop the bleeding. Then, there is always the risk of infection.There doesn't seem to be a problem with private insurance paying for it, but MediCal won't, so at my (former) hospital none of the Pedis will do MediCal kids. One of our very wonderful Neonatalogists does the MediCal kids in between saving baby lives...This was an OB/GYN, and it was done in the Lamaze delivery room, seemingly in the first few minutes after delivery. If my wife signed a form in 1970, she never mentioned it to me. I would not have objected. My son did contract an infection at two weeks, but that was in his salivary gland (same gland in which I recently had an infection).I do know of cases of teenage and adult circumcisions that have been real problems for the patients. I suppose there was a good medical reason for doing them, however. I once was invited to a Bris but did not enjoy the experience. I think that's always been the main reason that I have not converted to Reform Judaism and have instead to stick with its paler counterpart, Unitarianism. Sometimes the two congregations trade minister for rabbi, so maybe I get the best of both worlds. (And I enjoy the Congregationalists for the music and liturgical art form, which are missing from most Unitarian services, except in Kings Chapel, Boston, where the liturgy is Anglican.)
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When my son was born in a hospital that was done as a matter of routine without even consulting us.I can't imagine any hospital performing an elective procedure where there is the possibility of disfigurement or worse, without written consent. Neither I nor my wife provided written consent for circumcision of our sons. I don't recall even being asked orally. I was there for the second birth and was so fully aware that the procedure was being done that I had the typical male reaction: I almost fainted. It is so standard and has so little risk (apart from rare reactions to Lidocaine) that I suppose back in the 1970s nobody thought to ask. It's one of those funny elective procedures that insurance companies treat as medically necessary procedures.This is where I lucked out having two daughters. I never had to wrestle with the issue, which is just fine with me!
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This was an OB/GYN, and it was done in the Lamaze delivery room, seemingly in the first few minutes after delivery. I seriously hope your memory is faulty.1. I hope it was done under a warmer.2. I hope your son demonstrated that his plumbing worked before having it messed with.3. I hope he was fully stabilized first. 4. What a lousy bonding experience.5. What, the MD didn't want to have to come back and do it at a more reasonable time?I really am appalled. I have never seen/heard of such a thing.
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My son was done two weeks after the birth, poor little guy.. For the doctors safety , I stayed home.
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