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From Chapter 2 of “A Question of Eligibility,” Published March 2012

From “Where’s the Birth Certificate?”, Published May 2011 and Corsi article from January 2011 http://www.jeromecorsi.com/article.php?id=23 A search of the Polk’s Directory of Honolulu…for 1961-1962 indicates(see Exhibit 41, page 175) that 6085 Kalanianaole Highway was being rented by the grandparents, Madelyn L. Dunham, listed as a loan interviewer and escrow agent at the Bank of Hawaii and Stanley A. Dunham, listed as a manager with Pratt Furniture. In a separate listing (Exhibit 42, page 175), Stanley Ann Obama, Obama’s mother, is identified as a student living at the 6085 Kalanianaole Highway address…; Barack H. Obama, her husband, is listed as a student living at a separate address,an th apartment at 625 11 Avenue. There is no Polk directory listing of Barack Obama Sr. living at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway, with his wife and in-laws. …

A search of the Polk’s Directory of Honolulu for 1961-1962 indicates that 6085 Kalanianaole Highway was being rented by the grandparents, Madelyn L. Dunham, listed as a loan interviewer and escrow agent at the Bank of Hawaii and Stanley A. Dunham, listed as a manager with Pratt Furniture. In a separate listing, Ann S. Obama, Obama’s mother, is identified as a student living at the 6085 Kalanianaole Highway address; Barack H. Obama, her husband, is listed as a student living at a th separate address, own apartment at 625 11 Avenue, closer to the University of Hawaii at Manoa, not at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway, with his wife and in-laws, and supposedly his son.

… Investigators concluded…in that: Neither newspaper had an editor that handled birth announcements; Both newspapers merely printed birth announcements, directly as received, from information published in Department of Hawaii vital statistics announcements; Hawaiian hospitals did not report to newspapers any birth announcement information; Neither newspaper independently checked the truthfulness or accuracy of birth announcement information published by the newspapers from Hawaii Department of Health vital statistics records.… …WND interviews with the two Hawaiian newspapers revealed that: Neither newspaper had an editor that handled birth announcements; Both newspapers merely printed birth announcements, directly as received, from information published in Hawaii DOH vital statistics announcements; Hawaiian hospitals did not report to newspapers any birth announcement information; Hawaiian Certifications of Live Birth do not typically list hospital of birth or attending physician; Neither newspaper independently checked the truthfulness or accuracy of birth announcement information published by the newspapers from Hawaii DOH vital statistics records.

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----Then, on Jan. 18, 2011, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported an interview with Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie in which Abercrombie’s answers suggested a long-form, hospital-generated birth certificate for Barack Obama may not exist within the vital records maintained by the Hawaii Department of Health. On Tuesday, the Honolulu Star Advertiser http://www.staradvertiser.com/editorials/ 20110118_This_is_a_collaborative_endeavor.html printed an interview with Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie that suggested a long-form, hospitalgenerated birth certificate for Barack Obama may not exist within the vital records maintained by the Hawaii Department of Health…

Toward the end of the interview with the Honolulu Star Advertiser, the newspaper asked Abercrombie the following: "Q: You stirred up quite a controversy with your comments regarding birthers and your plan to release more information regarding President Barack Obama's birth certificate. How is that coming?" In responding, Abercrombie acknowledged that the birth certificate issue will have "political implications" for the presidential election in 2012 "that we simply cannot have." In suggesting he was still intent on producing more birth records on Obama from the Hawaii Department of Health vital records vault, Abercrombie told the newspaper there was a recording of the Obama birth in the State Archives that Abercrombie wants to make public. Interestingly, Abercrombie did not report to the newspaper that he or the Hawaii Department of Health had found Obama's long-form, hospitalgenerated birth certificate. Instead, all Abercrombie suggested his investigations had found to date was an unspecified listing or notation of Obama's birth that someone had made in the State Archives. "It was actually written I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down ..." Abercrombie said. For seemingly the first time, Abercrombie was very frank in his public comments to acknowledge that presidential politics motivated his search for Obama birth records, implying that failure to resolve the questions that persist unanswered by the president about his birth records and nativity story may damage Obama's chance for re-election. "If there is a political agenda [regarding Obama's birth certificate], then there is nothing I can do about that, nor can the president," Abercrombie said.

Toward the end of the interview with the Honolulu Star Advertiser, the newspaper asked Abercrombie the following: "Q: You stirred up quite a controversy with your comments regarding birthers and your plan to release more information regarding President Barack Obama's birth certificate. How is that coming?" In responding, Abercrombie acknowledged that the birth certificate issue will have "political implications" for the presidential election in 2012 "that we simply cannot have." In suggesting he was still intent on producing more birth records on Obama from the Hawaii Department of Health vital records vault, Abercrombie told the newspaper there was a recording of the Obama birth in the State Archives that Abercrombie wants to make public. Interestingly, Abercrombie did not report to the newspaper that he or the Hawaii Department of Health had found Obama's long-form, hospitalgenerated birth certificate; all Abercrombie suggested his investigations had found to date was an unspecified listing or notation of Obama's birth that someone had made in the State Archives.

"It was actually written I am told, this is what our investigation is showing, it actually exists in the archives, written down ..." Abercrombie said. For seemingly the first time, Abercrombie was very frank in his public comments to acknowledge that presidential politics motivated his search for Obama birth records, implying that failure to resolve the questions that persist unanswered by the president about his birth records and nativity story may damage Obama's chance for re-election. "If there is a political agenda [regarding Obama's birth certificate], then there is nothing I can do about that, nor can the president," he said.