He admits it now, which is good. A whole lot of people are fooled by email hoaxes, God knows, so a little (teeny, tiny) bit of sympathy is appropriate.
Apparently the article I quoted from below was a hoax; However the challenges I raised about the legalities and the legal profession are real; just as Obama’s fraud upon the public has always been the case. When I wrote the article I did not know that the “story” I based my comments on was false. This article will be removed – because of the designed HOAX in the original story – but the Actions of the Supreme Court, the White House and Obama himself constitute the real deception here – if I had known in advance of course I would not have written the article.
Jim Kirwan 6-18-9
I should hope the hell not.
The problem is Jim Kirwan, or anybody else writing about Obama’s time at Occidental College, could easily have known the April Fools Hoax was a hoax: known that Obama did not attend Occidental College as “Barry Soetoro”; Occidental never released the student records; Obama did not receive a Fulbright scholarship for foreign students; the Associated Press did not publish the hoax “article”; the British Daily Mail never published one called “Obama Eligibility Questioned”; the Supreme Court declined to hear Leo Donofrio’s case, not the other way around; Gary Kreep, executive director of United States Justice Foundation, called the April Fools Hoax a hoax.
Kirwan wouldn’t have written nonsensical paragraphs such as this one:
This immediately brings up a number of direct conflicts of interest that in themselves create several indefensible positions for the fraud that Barack Hussein Obama, formerly Barry Soetoro, truly appears to be. How could Obama the lawyer not know that he took grant money for financial aid, from the Fulbright Foundation that was intended only for foreign citizens? How then to square this with his supposed Naturalized American-citizen status that he claimed in order to run for president? He cannot be both things in the same person; especially not at the same time.
About two minutes on Google and he’d have had the truth. Kirwan didn’t bother. What’s more, his begrudging acknowledgment of his own negligence reads like a whiny child’s he did it, Ma, not me!
But the very worst part of this, and other such episodes, is that Birthers like Kirwan, (much like their PUMA predecessors), are so ready and willing to take at face value, with no questioning whatever, any amount of fabricated horse shit placed under their noses—so long as it sufficiently undermines the Obama Presidency.
For illustrating this sorry aspect of Birfistani “thought,” I belatedly commend the April Fools Hoaxers, whoever they may be.