Some are in high gear to put an end to the Constitutional Eligibility movement, using Alinsky tactics. And it's not coming from the left.
Here's a snippet from Politico; (2/27/10)'Conservatives target their own fringe' - After months of struggling to harness the energy of newly engaged tea party activists, the conservative establishment — with critical midterm congressional elections on the horizon — is taking aim for the first time at the movement’s extremist elements.
“I don’t believe we should be giving [extremists] a platform or empowering them to do anything based off their conspiracy theories,” said Ned Ryun, president of American Majority... More labeling & disinformation HERE.
Here's a snippet from the Washington Post; (2/19/10)'
A primer on political reality' - But the birthers and Birchers, militias and nativists, racists and conspiracy theorists do exist. Some, having waited decades in deserved obscurity, hope to ride a populist movement like remoras. But there are others, new to political engagement, who have found paranoia and anger intoxicating. They watch Glenn Beck rail against the omnipresent threat of Saul Alinsky, read Ayn Rand's elevation of egotism and contempt for the weak, listen to Ron Paul attacking the Federal Reserve cabal, and suddenly their resentments become ordered into a theory. Such theories, in politics, can act like a drug, causing addiction, euphoria and psychedelic departures from reality."... [That would make Hitler proud! The rest of that garbage can be viewed HERE.
Snippets from Ned Ryun, president of American Majority; (2/12/10)'On Birfers and Truthers,' - "I see that Erick Erickson of RedState has made it clear that RedState is not the place for birfers or truthers. Neither is American Majority. I second Erick’s comments that birfers and truthers have no place among us, nor do they have a place in the tea party movement... ...more HERE.
(2/15/10)'On Birfers and Truthers, Part II' - "I’m taking this week to make it clear that American Majority does not encourage birfers or truthers, nor are they welcome at American Majority...
...So the birfers and truthers can take their little conspiracies and start their own little organizations and movements and see how far it gets them. Which will be nowhere."... ...rest HERE.
Snippets from Erick Erickson of RedState; (2/12/10)'Vigilance: I’m Banning Birfers, Truthers, and Groups Affiliated Therewith' - "Today I want to reaffirm and make it more definitive. If you think 9/11 was an inside job or you really want to debate whether or not Barack Obama is an American citizen eligible to be President, RedState is not a place for you...
...Birfers and Truthers are not welcome here. Period. End of Story." [then he continues on HERE even though he says End of Story. He ends with this; "Birfers and Truthers have no place among us. And they are most decidedly not welcome at RedState."...
You should really pay attention and see what happens when you attack and ridicule your own supporters.
Just go HERE and view Glenn Beck's ratings due to the actions of the Conservative Monster, Operation Flood it and the actions of thousands of Americans that REALLY do care about the Constitution.
Glenn Beck Show ratings chart created by Citizen Wells. View CW's Glenn Beck report HERE.
Ned Ryun, and whoever else, pay attention; I'm not a "truther" nor a "birther" or any other conspiracy theory fringe person. I'm an American and a proud conservative that loves this country and what she stands for. I understand the Jihadi threat we and the world face. To equate the two is asinine and shows the lack of understanding or outright treason on the part of some.
Mr. Ryun & Erick Erickson, who are you to tell others they have no place in the tea party movement? The Tea Party is made up of WE THE PEOPLE, not a small group of political party insiders. And to call it a "judicial coup" also shows the lack of understanding of this issue, the lawsuits, quo warrantos and the Constitution.
Ned, if you can't defend ALL of the Constitution then you should remove ALL of the Constitutional content you have posted at NedRyun.com. We don't need lip service!
It's as simple as this; it is no conspiracy theory that Obama is fighting the release of all his past records, with lawyers paid with our tax dollars. It is no conspiracy theory that Obama's father was never a U.S. Citizen.
We know from several SCOTUS rulings that "all children born in the country of parents who were its citizens... " make up the “natural born Citizen” category. The SCOTUS says that there have never been any doubts as to the status of these children. As to children born in the U.S. to parents who were not U.S. citizens at the time of their birth, there have been doubts. In other words, "natural born Citizen" under this formulation requires two generations of U.S. citizens, one generation in the parents and the other in the child himself/herself who also must be born on U.S. soil.
It is important to understand that we are focusing on what is a "natural born Citizen" under Article II which specifies the requirements to be President and not on what a "Citizen" is under the 14th Amendment or under some Congressional Act which does not relate to Article II of our Constitution regarding natural born Citizenship.
Obama, while having his mother's U.S. citizenship generation, is missing that of his father's, for his father was a British subject/citizen at the time of Obama's birth. He therefore cannot be a "natural born Citizen," even if Obama was born in Hawaii.
Unless Obama is 200+ years old he is not Constitutionally Eligible to be POTUS.
This is a Constitutional issue, NOT a conspiracy theory!
This is the truth of the matter;
Obama an Unconstitutional Illegal President - 20100201 Issue Wash Times Natl Wkly - pg 5
Feel free to send Ned Ryun and Erick Erickson your respectful thoughts on this.
Ned Ryun, president of American Majority, website contact form HERE and HERE.
Erick Erickson, RedState, contact HERE and HERE.
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