Birth Certificate Whac-A-Mole: Find the errors in the birth certificate

Would you like to play a neat parlor game with your friends? Barack Obama’s long-form birth certificate forgery contains so many forger’s errors which are visible to the naked eye or which can be seen on your computer under slight magnification that you can play a fun game finding them, either alone or in a contest with your friends. It’s similar to the arcade game Whac-A-Mole, where you pound a mechanical mole back into its hole before it disappears on its own and randomly reappears in another one of the five holes in the game. You can score by time per defect — five points for each one found within two minutes, for example — or by total score — five points for each defect for the length of the game. (Note: Conservatives will generally spot these defects more quickly than liberals do.)

To see these defects, we need to use the digital PDF of the forgery released at (You can download your copy from here.)

Read more by Nick Chase at American Thinker

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One Response to “Birth Certificate Whac-A-Mole: Find the errors in the birth certificate”

  • Ellen:

    PDF uses layers. It is supposed to use layers. That is the way that it works.

    Only birther “experts,” who have not proven their expertise and who certainly have not shown that they are impartial, have claimed that there is anything wrong with Obama’s birth certificate.

    Nathan Goulding, chief technology officer of the National Review magazine, dismissed the matter of “layered components” found in the White House PDF by suggesting “that whoever scanned the birth certificate in Hawaii forgot to turn off the OCR setting on the scanner.” and adding “I’ve confirmed that scanning an image, converting it to a PDF, optimizing that PDF, and then opening it up in Illustrator, does in fact create layers similar to what is seen in the birth certificate PDF. You can try it yourself at home.”


    Dr. Neil Krawetz, an imaging software analysis author and experienced examiner of questioned images, said: “The PDF released by the White House shows no sign of digital manipulation or alterations. I see nothing that appears to be suspicious.”


    Ivan Zatkovich, who has testified in court as a technology expert, and consultant to WorldNetDaily: “All of the modifications to the PDF document that can be identified are consistent with someone enhancing the legibility of the document.”

    Oh, and by the way, Abercrombie never said that he could not find the birth certificate. He never said any such thing. Three Hawaii officials have stated that they found Obama’s birth certificate in the files, and the most recent confirmation to Arizona stated not only that they had the birth certificate but that they checked it with the image sent to them by the Secretary of State of Arizona and every fact on it was accurate.

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