Monday, August 03, 2009

Where's My Birth Certificate?

This is not about Obama, believe it or not, but about my own problem of procuring my birth certificate.

Where's WND when you need them?

It seems I can't get any form of identification in this country without first submitting my birth certificate as proof that I am who I say I am! Go figure.

So, it was finally arriving via UPS from Illinois, but we weren't home to sign for it, so they left a note saying they'd deliver it tomorrow (Thursday). Tomorrow came, and so did UPS, minus one birth certificate; the UPS man thought it was on his truck, but it wasn't, so he said he'd pick it up and be back that evening.

Haven't seen hide nor hair of UPS or my birth certificate since.

We've been in contact with UPS, and with the company that processes birth certificates, and nobody knows anything.

So, I've got one question,

"Where's my birth certificate?"

UPS must have it with them, or did they sell it to Obama's staffers...?


R said...

One question,
since when did having a corporation issue you a blue piece of paper make you a "legel" citizen? We had 16 presidents before there was even such a thing as United States citizenship, and nigh on 30 before the whole "Birth Certificate" deal came around.

To be honest, I get tired of the whole Birth Certificate hoopla with Obama, it honestly would be a plus to me if he didn't have one.
That means he is not property of a corporation/beurocracy.

Son3, I don't like to talk about things like this online, but if you didn't have a Birth Certificate, you wouldn't have one of the problems you posted about.


Son3 said...

Thanks for the comment, RG, it's nice to have you back!

I totally see your point, but I think if was important enough for the Founders that the President be born in this country, there should be a state-run system, which is completely independent of Federal control, for proof of place of birth.

If it turns out that he doesn't have a birth certificate, that shows he wasn't born in a hospital like he said he was, and if that's the case, he was likely born outside of the country, rendering him an illegitimate President, in turn, causing every despotic law he signs to be null and void.

As far as I am aware, birth certificates have no control over one's independence, am I incorrect?

I honestly have no idea what the last point was about, maybe you could email me?

Son3 said...

Never mind, I just got it.

I think that would still be a problem, but I don't know.

CarolineNot said...

In the still absence of that document for which was paid $45 (including air-expedited shipping), I've had a revelation: you are destined to be President. It's said another has paid well upwards of $100,000 for the disappearance of his birth certificate (and every other record pertaining to who he is). Mayhap a mere $45 should be considered good stewardship ... although it's a shame your future won't include hunting, fishing, or driving a car.

Here's your new billboard:


Son3 said...

There ya go!

Johann Van De Leeuw said...


Son3 said...


UPDATE: I just got the document today! Whoo!

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