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(Feb. 22, 2010) — Thanks to our loyal and patriotic readers who have put action behind their words, the first batch of Hawaii petitions will be printed and sent out this week to 91 officials to demand that they abide by their state’s open records law.
On July 27, 2009, Dr. Chiyome Fukino, Director of the Hawaii Department of Health, made an unprovoked public statement about Barack Hussein Obama’s birth and citizenship status. Since that time, neither she nor the Health Department has released any meaningful “index data” to substantiate the claim that Obama is a “natural born American citizen.”
While birth certificates are protected by privacy laws in the state of Hawaii, the Uniform Information Practices Act, Section 92-F12, mandates that “(15) Information collected and maintained for the purpose of making information available to the general public” must be released upon request. Therefore, when Dr. Fukino voluntarily made her public statement regarding Obama’s status, her department became obligated to release the backup information used to prepare it. To date, Hawaiian officials have refused to provide any correlating evidence used to craft Dr. Fukino’s public statement.
Obama himself has acknowledged that many have questioned his citizenship. However, on his first full day in office, he signed an Executive Order barring the release of his personal records. Never in American history has this been done by a sitting president.
The claim by Janice Okubo that her department sought the advice of the Hawaii Attorney General prior to Dr. Fukino’s July 27, 2009 statement has not been corroborated. In fact, the office of the Attorney General will not confirm that any consultation with the Health Department regarding the matter ever occurred. Please see The Post & Email’s previous coverage of this development.
Now that the first batch will be on its way to Hawaii shortly, let’s begin the second by rallying every patriot you know to the cause of discovering the truth about the man currently occupying the Oval Office.
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