The stamp, affixed April 25, 2011, says "TXE RECORD." Yet, on a copy of a Hawaii long-form birth certificate issued only one month earlier, the stamp says "THE RECORD."And then they include close ups of the Obama certificate:
Followed by a close up of a standard certificate:
Now it may appear that this is the result of uneven pressure applied to the stamper, but Corsi tells us this is not the case:
Even allowing for the possibility that the stamp was distorted by using too much ink or pressing too hard, the "X" in "TXE" bears no resemblance to the "H" in the "THE" of the March 15, 2011, document.C'mon, we can do better than that. Why concentrate on a definite article when the signature itself contains a much larger error. As everyone knows Alvin T. Onaka is the Registrar of Vital Statistics in Hawaii. But Obama's certificate is signed by an Alvin T. Onaira. Who is Onaira and where is he? Does he know the real story behind Obama's birth certificate? Corsi really missed a chance to break a story here.