As far as Obama's birth goes, three possibilities exist:
1) He was born in Hawaii, the son of Barack Obama, Sr.
2) He was born in Kenya, the son of Barack Obama, Sr.
3) He was born in Hawaii, the son of Frank Marshall Davis.I agree that where he was born may very well not matter at the end of the day. Even if he were to produce a legitimate birth certificate today, as opposed to the the Certificate of Live Birth which was a Certificate of Birth to the editors of NRO two days ago, despite the fact that you seem to comprehend the significance of the term "natural born," and despite the fact that his Indonesian sister possesses a Hawaiian Certificate of Live Birth, as can anyone with $10 and a name, that would not even begin to signal the end of the "Birther" debate, which, incidentally, hinges upon a lot more than Barry Soetoro's place of birth.
You seemed to have done a good job tying up all the ends frayed by the article by the editors two days ago until you had to use the term "Indonesian dual citizenship." It was not until I read that I understood why you brushed off the issue of his having been adopted by Lolo Soetoro.
The fact of the matter is that he relinquished any American citizenship he might have had, or, in all fairness to Obama, his degenerate mother whored it away for a long trip to the Third World, if you have any idea how Mohammedan 'marriage' works. He is not an American citizen. No such thing as "Indonesian dual citizenship" existed during the entirety of his time in Indonesia, and, as you noted, he could not have attended public schools were he not a full citizen (the only kind at the time) of Indonesia.
Furthermore, he could not have traveled to Pakistan in 1981 on an American passport. It was not the case that Americans were "advised" not to travel to Pakistan. They were not allowed to at all in 1981. It is simply not possible for anyone sans special diplomatic status and accompanying passport to have traveled to Pakistan in 1981 on an American passport.
This is why he won't give up his college records or anything else.
Also, think about it: does Affirmative Action even begin to explain how a D student at a third-tier college could just transfer to Columbia? Not on your life. Only Arab student visa racket cases receive that sort of treatment, and believe me, they do. You will be hard-pressed to find a single PhD program in a reputable university which has not been infiltrated by hopelessly unqualified Arab Muslim Brotherhood Members, including drooling retards. Find one. I dare you. Good luck. I wish I were exaggerating even a little, but I'm not, not in the least. For the record, Saudi money only follows spurious Arab admissions, which is why it's the 'Arab student visa racket.' One will not find Muslim Indians who actually had access to education which could arguably be legitimately accredited. I'm talking about people who attended Third World colleges where education ends at 17, from countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan, where it is illegal to teach that 6 and 8 are different numbers because Allah apparently failed to matriculate to first grade. Only by Arab student visa racket standards was Barry '57-states' Soetoro 'qualified' for admission to Columbia.
- Even if he was once a natural-born citizen, he's not now.
- He was unarguably an Indonesian citizen. "[Dual] Indonesian citizenship" did not exist during the entirety of his time in Indonesia, and he attended public school. We have records of this, to exclusion of all other school records.
- He traveled to Pakistan in 1981, again proving that he could not have been an American citizen.
- He transferred to Columbia despite being woefully unqualified, and nothing could possibly explain that except for the Arab student visa racket, which is obviously connected somehow to the 1981 trip to Pakistan which he took on what was probably an Indonesian passport, and certainly not an American one.
*"Pakistan was under martial law in 1981 and certain undesirables… Christians, Jews, and Americans… were prohibited from entering the country. Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department’s “no travel” list, making a U.S. passport no more valuable than an empty chewing gum wrapper at the Karachi Port of Entry."