Why is Obama’s Social Security Number from CT??
Written by Miranda SullivancloseAuthor: Miranda Sullivan Name: Miranda Sullivan
: Editor of ParcLive! for Parcbench.See Authors Posts (54) on May 13, 2010
Two private investigators working independently have raised concerns over the social security number of our beloved President Barack Hussein Obama. The reason being that the digits he covets are reserved for the state of Connecticut, a location he never hailed from. While special circumstances have allowed individuals to register in non-residential states, they remain ’special’ circumstances. Still, no reason for concern, BHO has maintained his ethical integrity while standing by his campaign vow of COMPLETE DISCLOSURE & TRANSPARENCY. With the patriotically excusable omission of a few useless pieces of documentation including his original birth certificate and:
educational records, scholarly articles, passport documents, medical records, papers from his service in the Illinois state Senate, Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records and adoption papers
Another red flag is that the number issued was done so at the very least two years after Obama’s first publicly recorded employment. How was he employed without a social security card? One investigator believes that Bam claimed one social security in Hawaii and then at some point before 1986 claimed another. His current digits were recorded as his own for the very first time in Chicago in 1986.
Oh wait, ANOTHER concern is that the number appears to have been recycled and originally issued to an individual born in 1890 which leads experts to concur that Obama took a deceased citizens social security number prior to 1986 for reasons evidently understood only by himself.
Now maybe its just a silly paranoia fueled conspiracy to insinuate that Barack Hussein Obama is ineligible to serve as the 44th president of the United States of America, so we won’t. But it seems logically justified to question the motives of a man who would spend over 2 million dollars in court fees to avoid producing a birth certificate. Just sayin.