Over on TexasDarlin in the Birth Certificate: Obama, Soetoro, or Dunham? post, Polarik posts his claim that the DeCosta COLB was used as the template for creating the Kos COLB.

I tried posting a response to this illustrating why it’s pretty clear that the DeCosta COLB could not have been the template for the Kos COLB. However TexasDarlin did not allow this post to be made public.

What is TexasDarlin hiding? Why would she not want her readers to see a legitimate rebuttal to Polarik’s claims? One may only speculate. Is she actually an operative for the Obama campaign? Is it all just one big set-up? Fueling the fires of wild speculation so that when the time is right (say, just before the Democratic convention in August) the Obama campaign can disprove it all and in the process discredit all of the die-hard Hillary supporters?

Again, one may only speculate.

So for the record, here is my rebuttal to Polarik. Perhaps someone here can provide an answer as to why such a rebuttal was considered unfit for TexasDarlin’s readers:

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The Kos image depicts a full-sized COLB document that was placed flat against the scanner glass before copying.

The geneology COLB image (whose owner is pissed that people are using her mother’s COLB) depicts a less than full-size COLB document that was not placed flat against the scanner glass before copying.

The geneology COLB document appears to be shorter in the scanned image of it because its two large folds kept it from being stretched flat against the glass.

Meanwhile, the Kos COLB “document” has only one thin fold that apparently did not affect its height as shown in the scanned image of it.

How can one COLB, whose image height is measurably shorter than normal, be the mirror image of another COLB, whose image height is exactly normal?

Because it’s not the mirror image.

In spite of the DeCosta COLB not being laid quite flat when it was scanned, the height of its border is actually greater than the height of the Kos border.

Here is a composite image of the DeCosta image overlaid on the Kos image with the DeCosta image set to approximately 50% transparency:

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As you can see, when the width of the two borders are matched, the height of the DeCosta border is greater than the height of the Kos image.

Also, the vertical alignment of the text gets worse and worse as you progress down the image, until it’s quite bad by the time you get to “OHSM 1.1…”

Further, the kerning in “STATE OF HAWAII” doesn’t match. W, A, I and I get progressively out of alignment.

And while up at the top “CERTIFICATE OF LIVE BIRTH” matches well, at the bottom, the “ANY ALTERATIONS…” in the DeCosta image is significantly wider than in the Kos image.

Interestingly, the same things holds true if you overlay the DeCosta COLB on the Smith COLB.

There is only one way that this could happen, and that is if a person created the Kos COLB image using the geneology COLB image as its “template.”

I don’t see how the DeCosta COLB could have been used as the “template” for the Kos COLB given that the borders don’t share the same aspect ratios, the kerning doesn’t match up in certain areas, the vertical alignment of the text isn’t consistent nor in one case is the width consistent.

Actually the Smith COLB is a closer mirror image to the Obama COLB than the DeCosta COLB.

The borders have virtually the same aspect ratios, the kerning isn’t off, the vertical alignment of the text is much closer, the “ANY ALTERATIONS…” match up, etc.

What are the chances that the DeCosta COLB was used as a template, but the forgers did such a lousy job overlaying the text on the DeCosta COLB that it actually ended up being a near perfect match for a completely different COLB?

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