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New Obama conspiracy: birthers can’t use the Internet

Sharon Rondeau has a December 20 article republished at Gerbil Report™ titled “Does the Obama Regime Control the Wayback Machine? ‘FightTheSmears’ link redirects to Obama Political Action Website.”

Charles Kerchner read the article and recast the title as: “Obama Scrubbing The Way Back Time Machine Internet Archives of His Criminal ID Document Fraud (Forged Short-Form CERTIFICATION of Live Birth Form) from The 2008 Election Cycle.”

So does this redirection indicate that Obama is scrubbing the Internet for all traces of his 2008 short-form birth certificate, or that once again the birther confuses their own incompetence with conspiracy.

As a matter of fact, I personally observed that the FightTheSmears web site went offline years ago, and attempts to access it were redirected then to BarackObama.com as they are today. So when the Web Archive “Wayback Machine” scanned the site, it got the redirected page just as everyone else did. However, older versions of the Obama site from before it went offline, still available at the Wayback Machine, have the original content, such as this capture from August 14, 2008 retrieved today (click on the image to access the actual Wayback Machine page).

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For the edification of the birthers, I suggest the Wikipedia article on URL redirection. It explains that any domain can redirect web requests somewhere else, just as the webmaster of FightTheSmears did. It has nothing whatever to do with scrubbing or altering the Wayback Machine.

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9 Responses to New Obama conspiracy: birthers can’t use the Internet

  1. avatar
    wrecking ball December 29, 2014 at 1:45 pm #

    let me be the first to say……. bwahahahahaah!!!

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    Reality check December 29, 2014 at 2:16 pm #

    “Birthers can’t use the Internet”? What a shock!

    It isn’t quite accurate though. They routinely use the Internet to display their stupidity. Have you read the “Lima Bravo? Thread at the Fogbow?

  3. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy December 29, 2014 at 2:27 pm #

    Yes, it appears that P.A. Madison’s ghost has risen to haunt The Fogbow.

    Reality check: Have you read the “Lima Bravo? Thread at the Fogbow?

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    Jim December 29, 2014 at 2:27 pm #

    I wonder who they blamed for all their short-comings before President Obama came along?

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    gorefan December 29, 2014 at 5:49 pm #

    Reality check: Have you read the “Lima Bravo?

    Dr. Conspiracy: Yes, it appears that P.A. Madison’s ghost has risen to haunt The Fogbow.

    Looking through the thread , there was this gem:

    In 1789 James Madison made statements addressing natural born citizen that many employ (even here) in arguments against the two citizen-parent terms. In this address Madison references aleins [sic] by the phrasing “considered as” natural born … :

    “It is an established maxim, received by all political writers, that every person owes a natural allegiance to the government of that country in which he is born. Allegiance is defined to be a tie, that binds the subject to the state, and in consequence of his obedience, he is entitled to protection… The children of aliens, born in this state, are considered as natural born subjects, and have the same rights with the rest of the citizens.”

    Madison, 1789

    Notice that this quotation uses the exact same phrasing as the 1790 Naturalization Act, “considered as natural born” (citizens/subjects).

    http://thefogbow.com/forum/topic/7503-lima-bravo-and-the-fake-imaginary-two-citizen-parents-rule/?p=605956

    He confused James Madison with Zephaniah Swift. Swift wrote that in 1795 so LB is even more wrong.

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    gorefan December 29, 2014 at 5:57 pm #

    Reality check:

    And his very next post he brags about his original research

    “The previous post is actually original research that I’m quite certain the members here have never even considered”

    http://thefogbow.com/forum/topic/7503-lima-bravo-and-the-fake-imaginary-two-citizen-parents-rule/?p=605962

    No one considered it because it is wrong. LOL

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    RanTalbott December 29, 2014 at 9:31 pm #

    gorefan: He confused James Madison with Zephaniah Swift. Swift wrote that in 1795 so LB is even more wrong.

    This is just more proof that the Framers had some means of quoting stuff that was written in the future (note that both quotes come from 1795. Coincidence? I think not), but that the mechanism they used garbled the authorship during the transmission (translator vs Vattel, Swift vs Madison). Call it “The future, imperfect”.

    Since they didn’t have electronic technology, the only rational explanation for this transtemporal plagiarism is that there was a wormhole that has since collapsed.

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    Keith December 29, 2014 at 11:53 pm #

    Jim:
    I wonder who they blamed for all their short-comings before President Obama came along?

    Martin Luther King Jr., Earl Warren, and Edward R. Murrow.

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    Northland10 December 30, 2014 at 6:27 pm #

    The White House website still has a black and white PDF of the 2008 cert still on snopes.com. It can also be found on Wikipedia, WND, this blog and a multitude of other places. The regime is really bad at scrubbing.