No one could spend much time here on obamaconspiracy.org and not get the sense that I don’t much believe the conspiracies I have reported here are true, but the purpose of the site is definitely not to defend Barack Obama. I voted for him, and I hope the guy does well, for the country’s sake, but I’m not his apologist.
My real job is related to vital statistics and electronic birth/death registration systems. It really bothers me all the really dumb stuff I was reading about Hawaiian birth certificates. For example, there are over 2,000 web pages that say that block 7c on a Hawaiian birth registration form is the “place of birth,” when anyone who looked at the form could see it’s the mother’s usual residence. Am I supposed to comment on, log into, or email 2,000 web sites for each of these stupid mistakes?
I was very lucky to get an excellent domain name and I developed this site to correct the misinformation I found. I am only targeting false information, or claims of fact that have no evidence for them. If I ever find a fact that supports an Obama conspiracy theory, I will highlight it here for completeness.
The rule I set for myself and for this web site is that evidence trumps opinion. As for “truth,” that depends on what you mean. Conspiracy theorists define “truth” as agreement with the theory. If that’s the definition, then I am not looking for “truth.” I prefer to talk about evidence and facts rather than “truth.”