The raised seal does not show up in the scanned image.<quoted text>
Psst, RETARD, we are still waiting for you to post ANY COPY of Obama's long form birth certificate that contains a raised visible embossed seal that was released to the public in April 2011.
You claim that because the seal is not visible on the scan that the document does not exist. But that is what YOU claim, and you have not shown evidence. The explanation is simply that a scan of a Hawaii long form birth certificate put into pdf does not pick up the raised seal.
It is up to you to prove that a scan of a Hawaii long form put into pdf picks up the raised seal in order to prove your theory.
Obama's Hawaii long form birth certificate exists. And the officials in Hawaii in fact stated that they sent a copy to Obama, and at least one reporter said that she had felt the seal.
We know that Obama has a Hawaii birth certificate in several ways.
The first is the short-form birth certificate. It is generated by a clerk in the Hawaii DOH reading the information in the files and entering it in a computer form. For that to happen there has to be a document in the files. For the birth certificate not to exist, the clerk would have had to have been lying, and the confirmations by the Republican officials in 2008 would have to be lies as well.
We also know that Obama had a birth certificate in 1961 from the notices sent to the newspapers by the DOH in that year.
We know that only the DOH could send those notices for these reasons: Because the representative of the newspapers said so, because the representative of the DOH said so and because the section of the newspaper was called "Health Bureau Statistics"---which meant that the facts in it came from the Health Bureau, the DOH.
In 1961, the DOH was not allowed to issue birth certificates to children born outside of Hawaii, and it only sent birth notices to the papers for children born in Hawaii.
And there is the Index Data file and the statement of the witness who wrote home to her father, named Stanley, about "Stanley having a baby." So we know that Obama had a Hawaii birth certificate.
Your claim is that despite (1) the existence of Obama's birth certificate being proven by the notices sent to the newspapers in 1961; (2) the officials in Hawaii stating that they sent both the short form and the long form versions of it to him, and (3) despite a reporter having said that she felt the seal on it--that the birth certificate does not exist and that both the officials in Hawaii and the reporter are lying because the embossed seal does not show up on a PDF scan. Well, prove your claim, show that it is possible for a PDF scan to pick up a raised seal.
Obama's mother lived in Hawaii. Obama's father was studying in Hawaii. There is not a shred of evidence that either of them went from Hawaii to any other country in 1961---and certainly not to Kenya, where the Kenyan government said that it checked on the "born in Kenya" claim and found that it was false. Hawaii is thousands of miles from any foreign country, and pregnant women rarely traveled late in pregnancy in those days, and yet you and other birthers think that there could be a chance that Obama was born outside of the USA and that the officials of both parties in Hawaii are lying about that fact.