GOP Rep. Vicky Hartzler has questions about President Obama’s long-form birth certificate.
The problem for Rep. Hartzler from Missouri who speaks to how she could produce her birth certificate from her baby book is what she doesn’t get, the fact that her daughter could not produce a long-form birth certificate either. Adoptees don’t have them – at least they can’t access them unless they were born in one of just a few states in the US and Missouri is not one of them, if she was born there. Never mind that even if her daughter could get her OBC, that pesky fact of it being in the wrong name. All her daughter could produce is a Certificate of Live Birth that is exactly what they rejected from President Obama…oops…
Source for her daughter being adopted:
Vicky Hartzler was born in Harrisonville, Mo., on Oct. 13, 1960. She graduated from Archie High School in 1979 and received a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1983. She would later go on to earn a master’s degree, also in education, from Central Missouri State University in 1992.
In the fall of 1983, Hartzler began her 11-year teaching career, teaching family and consumer sciences in junior and senior high schools in Belton and Lebanon, Mo.
A devout evangelical Christian, Hartzler lives near Harrisonville, Mo., with her husband Lowell and the couple’s adopted daughter Tiffany. Hartzler and her husband run a diversified farming operation and are owners of the Hartzler Equipment Company, a small business that deals in farm equipment.