What is the Connecticut prefix for SSNs in the late 1970s?
Exactly one year ago, I was intrigued by some interesting digital observations about Obama's birth certificate and then, just a day later, I figured out how the strange patterns could have been created in such a way that nothing illegal had to occur.
I apologized for the suggestions that had naturally emerged from the incomplete evidence but that suddenly acquired a mundane explanation. And I was disappointed by those birthers who didn't want to understand the explanation.
So while I am not quite sure where Barack Obama was born, I wouldn't accuse him because I don't see any evidence that hasn't been shown invalid yet.
However, there is another interesting thing I've never heard of: Obama's social security number. If you can explain some of the things to me, it could be useful.
Obama's social security number is 042-68-4425 (HTML). Right? Now, the numbers starting with 042 were assigned in the late 1970s in Connecticut only. Right?
As a woman in this video claims, the number actually had to be assigned in Connecticut on March 28th, 1977. Right?
The new holder of the social security card had to be personally present but Barack Obama couldn't have been because he was in Hawaii. Right?
The number was previously used by Jean Paul Ludwig born in France in 1890 who died in Honolulu in 1981, right? Is that legally OK to recycle dead people's SSNs? Did Ludwig get the SSN in 1924 as soon as he arrived to the U.S.? In 1981, Obama's grandmother Ms Dunham just worked in a Honolulu court where she had an access to deceased people's SSNs. Right?
Is that right that there are three birthdates linked to the SSN, one in 1980 and then 4/8/1961 and 8/4/1961? What's the explanation for the two different years and for the two "formats" of the 1961 date?
Is any of the information above classified? Does the female investigator who runs for president – to get standing – have the right to learn the official answers to all these questions?
See Google News for reports about this seemingly interesting new wave of birthers' activities.