Because you can’t read with comprehension does not mean your question was not answered Cmor. As a matter of fact there are no birfoon questions that remain unanswered. The birfoon is simply a slow learner. Now let’s try this one more time.<quoted text>
Of course you skipped over the point all together, and that is why buy an COLB in 2007 to give the DNC when according to Mien "Father" Obummer an original BC was already on file at the Hawaii DOH? That is ludacrist! You would just have a copy of the original printed up for you, not pay to have a COLB made up for you when all the clerk had to do is pull up the alleged original!
Just like, why would you not give the hospital listed on your alleged original BC permission to officially confirm your claim that they are your place of birth, when you yourself have already made that claim public?
You libtards are a gullible bunch!
First of all no BC is required to run for the office of POTUS. The BC was not ordered for the DNC, it was ordered to quell internet rumors that Obama “may” have been born in Kenya. Following me so far Cmor?
When anyone anywhere orders a BC, the DoH first checks to see if you in fact have an (original) BC on file. If so then they copy information from that original and send it out in the form of a certified copy and that certified copy is for all pretenses and purposes the same as the original. Now here’s where the birfoon gets confused so pay close attention to the next paragraph.
Obama simply ordered a BC from his birth state. The one he received is the only one the state of Hawaii issues even to this day. The BC he received is proof of POB anywhere in this country. There is no such thing as a long form requirement unless the long form is the only BC your state provides.
So to answer your question for the thousandth time, in the state of Hawaii and many other states there is no such thing as a long form short form BC. There is only a copy of what they provide as proof of POB so Obama just couldn’t simply do anything but what he did and that was order a BC which he posted on his web site.