Yesterday the evidence broke concerning a promotional booklet produced by the agency, Acton & Dystel, which identified Barack Obama as being born in Kenya and raised in Hawaii and Indonesia. Now they are backpeddling on this printing that was done 20 years ago.
Apparently at the time both the agency and Barack Obama were just fine with what was printed. Now that it has come to light, they want to call it a mistake.
Yahoo News reported that they received an email from the agency:
"This was nothing more than a fact checking error by me--an agency assistant at the time," (Miriam) Goderich wrote in an emailed statement to Yahoo News. "There was never any information given to us by Obama in any of his correspondence or other communications suggesting in any way that he was born in Kenya and not Hawaii. I hope you can communicate to your readers that this was a simple mistake and nothing more."
"Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!" Right, a simple mistake and nothing more. Please disregard what we obviously put together and have yet to retract or correct, not to mention that we know since Barry loves himself so much that he would have fawned over this publication for days, weeks, or who knows he may have it framed in his office and view it to this very day. Oh and while he's doing it, he's giving the finger to the American people and the Constitution.
Also notice the phrasing, "There was never any information given to us by Obama in any of his correspondence or other communications suggesting in any way that he was born in Kenya and not Hawaii." Apparently, that would mean that there was never indication of being born in Hawaii either and once again I simply point out that we all know Barack Obama would have read this and nothing was ever said of correcting it. It's been twenty years.
If anyone seriously believes that this was a "fact checking error," I would suggest you have probably taken the Red Pill and should no longer bother with the reality of the world around you.
Breitbart.com was completely honest in stating as a disclaimer that they were not "birthers", when the story broke yesterday afternoon. I admire that. Now that they have brought forth this evidence here, I would say they are birthers, since they are calling into question the origin of Mr. Barry Soetoro. Welcome to the club. Nice to have you aboard.
Drew Zahn over at WND pulled up some little tidbits of information concerning Dystel & Goderich's author bios page from 2003 via the Wayback Machine and look what he came up with.
Also, from an African Travel Magazine:
This came from his term as Senator.
However, notice that a few weeks later it was changed from Kenya to Hawaii, as Barack Obama began his presidential bid.