Monday, November 24, 2008

The author gets a little off base later on in the article (click the link) but this part of the article makes you wonder what is going on.

The Great Birth Certificate Scandal-Cover-Up of the 2008 Election

This week, newscasters reported that al Qaeda's #2 terrorist disparaged the election of Barack Obama,
and hurled racial slurs at Obama himself. "The report has not been
confirmed by the State Department," they all said, but they reported it

Last week, Fox News reporter Carl Cameron told viewers that three
"anonymous" insiders of Sen. McCain's campaign said that Sarah Palin
was, in essence, a diva and a dunce. He - and dozens of others who
picked up the story on other channels - never identified, or even
verified, the sources of the quotes, but they reported them anyway.

Contrast these shabby examples of "journalism" with the legions of
identifiable, verifiable and credible sources who for months have been
investigating the disturbing allegation that Barack Obama
is ineligible for the presidency because he has failed to meet one of
the three requirements that the U.S. Constitution mandates,
specifically that he provide proof of his "natural born" U.S. citizenship.

What follows is a partial list of people and organizations that have
challenged Obama's eligibility. 

  • Attorney Philip J. Berg, former deputy attorney general of Pennsylvania and a longtime Democrat
    partisan, sued Obama and the Democratic National Committee for what he
    alleged was the DNC's failure to vet Obama, and Obama's failure to
    provide an authentic and verifiable U.S. birth certificate. The
    suit was dismissed as "too vague..." Berg filed a writ of certiorari in
    the U.S. Supreme Court on Oct.30, to force Obama to produce his birth
    certificate. On Nov. 3, Justice David Souter rejected Berg's emergency
    appeal for the court to halt the tabulation of the 2008 presidential election
    results, but set a schedule for a response from Obama, the DNC and all
    co-defendants on or before Dec. 1. Berg claims to have a tape recording
    of Obama's Kenyan grandmother saying that she was present at Obama's
    birth in Kenya, along with his half-brother and half-sister. Here is
    his website.

  • According to WorldNetDaily, blogger
    Jeff Schreiber said a second case was presented to the Supreme Court on
    the same issue, i.e., the Federal Election Commission (FEC) has waived
    its right to respond to a complaint brought by attorney Philip Berg,
    possibly - among other reasons - because they liked their odds of
    Berg's petition getting denied. Berg said that if the FEC filed not
    solely on its own behalf but "on behalf of the DNC and Barack Obama
    too, it reeks of collusion."

  • Dr. T.B. Bradley, a forensic psychologist, stated, as part
    of the Berg case, that, "Upon reading all of the books written by or
    about Barack Hussein Obama, Jr. aka Barry Soetoro (hereinafter Obama)
    Applicant discerned that Obama was not a natural born citizen of the
    United States or if he was a natural born citizen that he had lost his
    citizenship when his biological mother married Lolo Soetoro, a citizen
    of Indonesia. Obama then became a citizen of Indonesia as a result of
    his mother's expatriation of herself and her son, by self declaration
    on legal public educational records that Obama was formally known as
    Barry Soetoro, a citizen of Indonesia [and] was not US Constitutionally
    qualified to hold the Office of the United States Senator from Illinois or the Office of the President of the United States."

  • Author, radio host, blogger,
    and Chicago attorney Andy Martin filed a suit in Hawaii's Supreme Court
    to compel Gov. Linda Lingle to release a certified copy of Obama's
    vital statistics record. His request was denied. On Nov. 18, he
    petitioned a judge in Hawaii for access to Obama's original 1961 birth
    certificate, and reported that "the judge reserved judgment." But when
    he arrived back in the states, he learned that Judge Bert Ayabe had dismissed the case.
  • Former presidential candidate Alan Keyes filed a suit with the California Secretary of State
    asking that the state's 55 Electoral College votes not be cast on
    December 15 until Obama verifies his eligibility to hold the office.
    Keyes' suit was filed by Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation, along with California Electors Wiley S. Drake and Markham Robinson. The action states: "Should Senator Obama be discovered, after he takes office, to be ineligible for the Office of President of the United States,
    and, thereby, his election declared void....(a) usurper will be sitting
    as the President of the United States, and none of the treaties, laws,
    or executive orders signed by him will be valid or legal." Former
    California Secretaries of State
    have reviewed background documents to verify the eligibility of
    candidates. In 1968, the Peace and Freedom Party submitted the name of
    Eldridge Cleaver as a qualified candidate for POTUS. Then Secretary of
    State, Frank Jordan, found that according to Cleaver's birth
    certificate, he was only 34 years old, one year shy of the age needed
    to be on the ballot. Mr. Jordan removed Mr. Cleaver from the ballot.
    Cleaver unsuccessfully challenged this decision to the Supreme Court of
    the State of California and to the Supreme Court.

  • Lt. Col. Donald Sullivan, a retired 23-year veteran of the Army, National Guard, and Air Force filed another suit in North Carolina, which claimed Obama should not have been on the state's election ballot because his citizenship is in doubt.

  • David M. Neal of Ohio filed a suit in Warren Common Pleas
    Court to force the Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner, to
    request documents from the Federal Elections Commission, the Democratic
    National Committee, the Ohio Democratic Party and Obama to show the presidential candidate was born in Hawaii. The case was denied.

  • Cort Wrotnowski of Connecticut asked the court to order
    Secretary of State, Susan Bysiewicz, to verify Obama's citizenship
    before allowing the candidate to appear on the state ballot. The case
    was denied.

  • Steven Marquis filed a suit Washington State Superior Court,
    calling for Secretary of State, Sam Reed, to determine whether Obama is
    a citizen before Election Day,
    claiming the Hawaii birth certificate reveals neither the hospital
    where Obama was born nor a doctor's name the baby's footprint. The case
    was denied.

  • Rev. Tom Terry of Georgia appealed to the Georgia Supreme
    Court the day before the election to determine authenticity of Obama's
    original birth certificate and his qualifications to be president.
    Georgia Superior Court Judge Jerry W. Baxter denied Terry's request for
    an injunction against Secretary of State Karen Handel.

  • Author Jerome Corsi, who has written extensively about this case, traveled to Hawaii and Kenya. He learned that the Certification of Live Birth that the Obama campaign posted is, according to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, not the same as a Certificate of Live Birth, which authenticates Hawaiian birth.

  • Obama's half-sister, Maya Soetoro, has named two different
    Hawaii hospitals where Obama could have been born. In November 2004 she
    said he was born at Queens Medical Center in Honolulu, but in February
    2008, she said he was born in the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women
    and Children. Before the election, the Internet site, WorldNetDaily,
    retained a private investigator in Hawaii to visit both hospitals, but
    he reported that sheriff's deputies were stationed at both hospitals to
    fend off inquiries.

  • Leo C. Donofrio a retired attorney, started a website (supporting link) and
    filed a suit in New Jersey on November 3, asking Secretary of State,
    Nina Mitchell Wells, for an emergency stay prohibiting Obama, Sen.
    McCain, and Socialist Worker's Party candidate Roger Calero, from
    appearing on New Jersey's ballot, claiming all three are not "natural
    born citizens." On Nov. 6, Supreme Court Justice David Souter denied
    Donofrio's application. But the case has now entered the docket of the
    U.S. Supreme Court and Justice Clarence Thomas has decided to send it to conference on December 5th!
    This means that only 10 days before the Electoral College votes, the
    nine Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court will meet privately to discuss
    Donofrio's case.

  • Douglas J. Hagmann, director of,
    has reported that 17 lawsuits in 12 states are challenging the
    eligibility of Obama to become the next President of the United States.

  • Numerous activist
    groups have undertaken letter-writing campaigns to the Supreme Court
    Justices, members of the Electoral College, and elected officials, as
    well as sending urgent appeals to the White House and the Department of Justice.

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