Cognitive Dissonance: Bastards, Birthers, and Bad Bills

Adopted adults, especially since 9/11, have increasingly been denied passports, drivers licenses, pensions, Social Security benefits, professional certifications, and security clearances due to discrepancies on their fictive amended birth certificates produced by the state, and their inability to produce a true original birth certificate to respond to those discrepancies. Now, due to our lack of an OBC, we may not be allowed to run for president or vice president (or other offices) if some states have their way. Currently, 11 state legislatures are looking at bills to force presidential/vp candidates to divvy up their birth certificates to prove citizenship and that they are who they say they are. If these measures pass, the birth certificate requirement will no doubt seep down to all elective offices from city council and county commission to state and federal legislatures and courts. Although voters are already required to show proof of citizenship when they register to vote, I don’t think it’s beyond reason that more stringent requirements will be mandated; thus potentially disenfranchising millions of the country’s adopted adults due to lack of their “real” birth certificates. The highly unpopular Real ID,which about two dozen states have refused to implement. and other Draconian “security Continue Reading →


Speaking of birth certificates… I was listening to Alex Jones the other day. His guest was Phil Berg, the godfather of the birther movement. Berg bellowed on about Obama’s birth certificate, this time claiming the president is adopted; therefore, ineligible to be president, since he somehow lost his US citizenship by being “adopted” by his Indonesian stepfather. (And all this time I thought Obama was born in Kenya, and that was the problem!) Berg is more convoluted than healthcare “reform.” Now, I have no idea what the definition of “adoption”in Indonesia was then, or is now. It’s not like USians are knocking down the doors of Java and Sulawesi to relieve the locals of their baybees–yet. Anyway, adoption is forbidden by Islamic law, so I wonder how Obama could have been adopted. Perhaps Mr. Berg means kafala, a type of guardianship, the only kind of “adoption” permitted under Islamic law. That makes the point moot. For what it’s worth, here’s my little tete a tete over on Berg’s ObamaCrimes forum with the birthers. Like I said over there, if Berg and his busybodies had their way adoptee lites Bill Clinton and Gerald Ford wouldn’t have been president since their original Continue Reading →


After decades of frustration, begging, pleading, demanding, threatening, theft, blackmail, political agitation, and ax throwing, I finally got my original birth certificate today! And, as Bastardette always knew deep in her heart, she is of royal blood. A Romanoff, to be exact! And born in Kenya! Now that might seem a little far-fetched to those of little imagination, but it’s true. After I received my original Kenyan birth certificate today, I did a quick Internet search and found this picture of my my aunts, my grandfather, and my father, as a boy, (above) summering at their Lake Victoria palace. Although this picture was taken years before my birth, I now know for a fact that Bastardette was hovering in the clouds looking for an unobtrusive way to channel my way into the Russian royalty. I have yet to learn how and when my father (who I you assure was not murdered by the Commies in 1918 as reported) met and married Sylvia Plath, but my birth certificate says it’s so it must be true! Don’t believe me? Here’s my obc that proves I am who I say I am. Don’t concern yourself with the “certified fake” seal. That’s just a Continue Reading →


In case you’re wondering what Beltway Orphan Wingnuts are up to when they’re not filing “official” complaints with Warner Brothers over the studio’s horror movie Estonian midget adoptee psycho killer: Cong. Jim Inhofe Politico, July 27, 2009GOP Headache: the birther issueThey have a point,” he said of the birthers last week. “I don’t discourage it. … But I’m going to pursue defeating [Obama] on things that I think are very destructive to America.” Inhofe took a lot of heat from bloggers, so now he’s explained what he really meant: Politico, July 28, 2009Inhofe backs off “birther” commentThe point that they make is the constitutional mandate that the U.S. president be a natural-born citizen, and the White House has not done a very good job of dispelling the concerns of these citizens,” Inhofe’s office told Greg Sargent’s Plum Line blog on “My focus is on issues where I can make a difference to stop the liberal agenda being pushed by President Obama. Sen. Tom CoburnPolitico, July 27, 2009GOP Headache: the birther issueWorldnet Daily, has claimed for some time now that Coburn supports birthers, but he continues to sidestep the issue: At a walk-in meeting in Sen. Tom Coburn’s Washington office, Continue Reading →


The Birthers are at it again! You know. Those Rushista racists, crackpots, and sore losers convinced that Barack Obama was born in Mombassa, not Honolulu. You know. Those troglodytes who disbelieve the State of Hawai’i’s statement explaining its birth records access law and assuring inquiring minds that yes, indeedy, Mr. President was born there. Not satisfied, in March Florida Republican Rep Bill Posey introduced HR 1503, requiring all future presidential candidates to divvy up their bc to prove they are good ol’ amurkans. Unlike Obama. Bill summary: To amend the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 to require the principal campaign committee of a candidate for election to the office of President to include with the committee’s statement of organization a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate, together with such other documentation as may be necessary to establish that the candidate meets the qualifications for eligibility to the Office of President under the Constitution. Now comes well-known crackpot Joe Farah, who runs the well-known crackpot World-Net Daily to up the ante. He’s offering $10,000 “to anyone who can provide persuasive evidence of involvement or presence at that birth – whether it took place in Hawaii or elsewhere.” To collect the Continue Reading →