Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Here's a Free One for You Birthers

Posted By on Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Great news for Steve Carter, a Philadelphia man who realized he was actually a missing child, whose biological mother disappeared taking him from his biological father.

Even better news for birthers, since part of Carter's journey involves a post-dated, somewhat fraudulent Hawaiian birth certificate. Now I don't know what to believe.


Carter always knew he was adopted, but when got older, he started to wonder who his biological parents were. That curiosity and a simple web search took him on a journey that would change his life and even now, there are parts of his story that remain a mystery.

While he's always been happy with his adoptive parents, something never felt quite right. Carter knew he was adopted from a Hawaiian orphanage when he was 4. But his birth certificate was created almost a year after his birth and he was labeled half-native Hawaiian.

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