This confirms what former Hawaii state elections employee Tim Adams said. When he was interviewed back in June of 2010, Adams stated:
"There is no birth certificate," said Tim Adams, a graduate assistant who teaches English at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Ky. "It's like an open secret. There isn't one. Everyone in the government there knows this."Adams also claims he tried to verify Obama's birth with two Hawaiian hospitals that had been identified as his probable birth site. Both hospitals said they had no record of Obama having been born there.
Now we know why Obama has never released the long form of his Hawaiian birth certificate. It does not exist.
Meanwhile, various states like Arizona and Texas are planning laws that require a presidential candidate to prove his eligibility to run before he can appear on the ballots in those states.