Dean Haskins, Executive Director of the Birther Summit, was on the Terry Lakin Action Fund Radio Show hosted by David Moxley – Monday 19 Sep 2011 at 3 p.m. ET

Dean Haskins, Executive Director of the Birther Summit, was on the Terry Lakin Action Fund Radio Show hosted by David Moxley – Monday 19 Sep 2011 at 3 p.m. ET

Join TLAF radio with David Moxley and Dean Haskins as he recounts his journey to Hawaii with Miki Booth and their strange adventures in the Hawaiian public records offices in their efforts to their the truth about Obama’s alleged nativity story in Hawaii.

Go to this page to listen to the podcast audio of the show.

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Live Report from Miki Booth in Hawaii, Part 1 – “THIS IS NOT A LONG-FORM BIRTH CERTIFICATE!” | by Sharon Rondeau | @

Front cover of Miki Booth's new book due out the first week of October 2011

Live Report from Miki Booth in Hawaii, Part 1 – “THIS IS NOT A LONG-FORM BIRTH CERTIFICATE!” | by Sharon Rondeau | @

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Miki Booth got a chance to visit Baskin-Robbins while in Hawaii:

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The Birther Summit in Honolulu: Day 2 | by Dean Haskins in Hawaii

The Birther Summit in Honolulu: Day 2 | by Dean Haskins in Hawaii

Before I share some of today’s highlights, I would like to clarify something. I have become aware that one of the particularly irksome Obots reported that she called Kapiolani Medical Center to try verify my story from yesterday, and got this response: We have no comment on this topic [the Haskins story], except to say it is not true.” First, as I believe this Obot to be of dubious character, I think it’s entirely possible that she never actually made any call to anybody; however, if she did actually call and get that response, I believe it is quite revealing of the lengths to which the administration of Kapiolani Medical Center will go to cover their tracks where Obama is concerned.

As we walked into the hospital yesterday, our videographer taped our entrance, but as soon as we were in the lobby, a security guard informed us that we could not tape any more footage without the consent of the administration (which, he said, would take us more than a day to obtain). Had that not happened, we would have taped our time in the records office, and could have clearly shown the conversation that I reported (however, if we had, it is likely that the employee would not have been so forthcoming).

When one enters the records office, there is a counter that separates the waiting area from the rest of the office, and the waiting area has four chairs with an end table in the corner. The videographer and I were sitting in two of those chairs. Behind the counter, there is a desk directly ahead of anyone standing at the counter, and there are two desks to the right. There was a female employee at one of the two desks to the right, a female employee who was helping Miki Booth, and a female employee who was sitting at the desk directly behind the counter. That was the employee with whom I had the extemporaneous conversation.

We made no comments about anything to do with Obama, as Miki was merely filling out the form to receive her son’s records. The conversation I had with the employee included nothing about why were here in Honolulu or anything about Obama. I simply asked the questions as I reported yesterday.

Now, if the Obot is lying about making the call, that would be understandable, and of little import, as we already know the character issues that exist with those creatures. However, if the director of ANYTHING with Kapiolani Medical Center did actually issue that statement, then the director is, for some reason (that we can probably all figure out), lying. This director would have had to have been present to be able to state that the conversation never took place; and, in addition to the three female employees who were present, there were two other people with me who witnessed the conversation. Supposedly, this director stated that the only person who would have been in the records office would have been a receptionist. That is a blatant lie, as there are three desks directly behind the counter. Why would they have two unassigned desks right behind the counter?

We know why an Obot would lie—it’s in their nature to lie. But, why would a director at Kapiolani Medical Center lie? Lying about something like this (that the director could have no first hand knowledge of) certainly opens the door to speculation about any other statement Kapiolani Medical Center has issued about this, or any other matter. We’ll likely be returning to Honolulu later in the year, and I personally challenge this “director” to meet with us in the room where the conversation took place, and explain why there are three occupied desks directly behind the counter, if the only person there would have been a receptionist. I also challenge this “director” to allow us to provide videotape evidence that will verify the layout of the records office, which would prove that this director’s statement was a lie.

Because of our tight schedule here, I have not had an opportunity to call this “director” myself, but I think I’ll do just that when I get back to the mainland. Since I was there and she wasn’t, it should prove to be an interesting conversation—and I’ll let you all know what is said. Actually, I can’t wait to speak with her!

This lying is downright disgusting! But, where Obama is concerned, that seems to be all we ever get.

Today, we visited the Department of Health, and it turned into quite the showdown. Miki Booth did most of the talking, and I can assure you that the gentleman to whom she spoke was not happy that we were there. His name was Jesse Koike. At one point, Miki pointed out that on Obama’s “long form birth certificate,” the word “THE” in Alvin T. Onaka’s stamp was misspelled, and that it actually shows “TXE.” He seemed not to be aware of that, but then explained that they have THREE different “sealers,” so one of them might contain that misspelling. Later on in the conversation, Jesse explained that they have FIVE different sealers, so one of them might contain that misspelling. Hmmmm . . . is it three or five? When Miki asked to see the sealers, he conveniently declined.

Why is this important? It wouldn’t surprise me to hear in the near future that the Department of Health has “discovered” that one of their sealers contains a misspelling of the word “THE” in Onaka’s stamp. If they do that, you’ll know why.

Eventually, a long line of people formed behind us, and they were becoming increasingly vocal about having to wait. Jesse called a supervisor, and we heard him frantically state, “We have birthers down here!” We couldn’t contain our laughter at that. Of course, there wasn’t anyone higher up who would speak with us, and we were told that Mr. Onaka was in Guam. One can only imagine why he was in Guam. Good luck with that one, Hawaiians.

Miki asked how she could get a copy of her son’s actual long form birth certificate, and Mr. Koike informed us that the only way to do that would be to have a court order. Does anyone happen to recall a court order being part of the Obama narrative regarding how he obtained his supposed long form birth certificate from Hawaii? I didn’t think so.

Miki also asked Mr. Koike why some “long form birth certificates” contain information about the parents’ birthplace, while others don’t, and Jesse responded that only a “LFBC” for someone born after 1976 will contain the parents’ birthplace information (I use quotation marks because Onaka conveniently changed the rules during this Obama debacle so that nobody in Hawaii can actually obtain copies of their actual LFBC—only computer abstracts that they now call a long form birth certificate). When Miki pointed out that the parental information is necessary for a passport, Jesse told her that, in those cases, people must ask the Department of Health to update their birth certificates to include that information. Miki’s response to that answer was dead on. She said, “That is just lame!”

Hawaii has been a lovely place to visit, but in dealing with places like Kapiolani Medical Center and the Department of Health, it is more than apparent that they are absolutely involved in a covert operation to conceal the truth. Especially at the Department of Health, there was an almost palpable air of deception in the verbal exchange—as if someone were trying much too hard to prove his own innocence. We’ll likely be back in a month or two, and we would love an opportunity to sit down with Mr. Onaka and/or Loretta Fuddy, and have an open and honest conversation about our questions; but, I’m not very hopeful that will ever happen. If they would possibly be willing to do so, they can certainly call me at 202.241.3648 to arrange it. Because of what I’ve personally witnessed, and what we all knew already, I’m not holding my breath.

We’ve been told by a number of people about the overwhelming loyal support for Obama by the residents of Honolulu, but we spoke with many individuals on the island, and while there was the occasional blind (rabid) supporter, most of the people to whom we spoke were very open to what we had to say, and were not complimentary at all about either Obama or Neil Abercrombie—it seems many of them have become aware of the fact that they are receiving a very bad deal from both of them.

On a lighter note, Miki took me to a couple notable places for me to be able to get some pictures. The first was Pearl Harbor. My late father was stationed at Hickam Air Force Base during the Korean War, and it was especially nice to visit the area for that reason. While we were at Pearl Harbor, Miki was taking some pictures of me for my wife, and a gentleman approached me and asked if his wife could take a picture of him with me. I asked why he would want a picture of me, and he said that he saw my Birther Summit T-shirt, and had read in the news that we were here. So, I posed for the picture.

After Pearl Harbor, we visited a replica of a Japanese Buddhist temple. During the visit, I found out that morning doves know they can fully trust birthers, as I stretched out my hand to feed some Koi in a pond, and this guy perched there and ate every bit of the food I had in my hand.

Of course, Miki Booth has been invaluable on this trip, not only for her fierce spirit bent on exposing the truth, but also for her knowledge of the island where she grew up.

I fly out of Honolulu Thursday at 1 pm and return home to Lynchburg, VA at 11 am Friday. I promise we will not grow weary in well doing, and that we have only just begun to fight to expose the truth that Barack Obama is not constitutionally eligible to be president of our great nation.

Dean Haskins

Executive Director, The Birther Summit
434.426.7202 (mobile)

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The Birther Summit in Honolulu: Day 1 | by Dean Haskins in Hawaii

The Birther Summit in Honolulu: Day 1 | by Dean Haskins in Hawaii

We spent a very long (and hot) day talking with many people on the island and filming several scenes with the “big check” that will be compiled into a video once we get home. There was one conversation, however, that I want to share with you tonight. We spent at least a couple hours at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children today. I got a call this morning from a reporter with the Honolulu Civil Beat who wanted to interview us, so he met us at the Medical Center. His story should run tomorrow.

After that interview, we went into the records office, and Miki asked to file a form to get her son’s birth records. While she was filling out the form, I happened to overhear a woman who was sitting at a desk say something about the “race” field on a birth certificate she was preparing. I asked her if this was the office that responsible for filling out the birth certificate information for babies born there, and she said that it was.

Because she had just asked something about the “race” field on the birth certificate she was working on, I asked, “Back in 1961, would anyone have ever entered ‘African’ as the race of a parent?” She said, “No, back then they probably would have listed a black person’s race as ‘negro.’” I asked, “So, the word ‘African’ wouldn’t have been used, because that is a nationality and not a race, right?” And she responded, “Right. Nowadays we can use ‘African American’ though.” To which I added, “But, the word ‘African’ by itself has never been used as an entry for race?” And she simply said, “No. Never.”

And there you have it . . . from the folks at Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children.

Dean Haskins
Executive Director, The Birther Summit
434.426.7202 (mobile)


This is how that reporter covered the meeting with Dean Haskins — Today’s Honolulu Civil Beat:

Coverage of the story by WorldNetDaily: