I’m the first to say that an anti-Obama organization
telling a lie bearing false information is hardly news; it’s more the rule than the exception, but this one is so blatant and so easily blown that it really MUST be shown up.
The home page [since changed after the error was pointed by a commenter here] has this blown up image of block 7c from a 1963 Hawaiian Birth Certificate captioned: “County and State or Foreign Country” [emphasis mine]” and next to it they say: “Note that the birth “Certificate” provides a field where one can register a “FOREIGN” birth in Hawaii”.
The Hawaiian Certificate of Live birth is too blurry to read on the home page, but the larger version here is clear enough: blocks 7a-g are the “Usual residence of the mother”, not the Place of Birth. The Place of birth is in block 6a, whose caption says: “City, town or rural location”. There’s nothing about a foreign country.
They showed the mother’s residence block as “proof” that the place of birth could be foreign. Of course foreign-born births couldn’t be registered in Hawaii until 1982, 21 years after Barack Obama’s own birth was registered but
truth or accuracy doesn’t seem to be the intent of WeThePeopleFoundation.
[I have now determined that this fake issue goes back the Alan Keyes lawsuit in California. WeThePeopleFoundation.org probably copied it from somewhere else.]