Thursday, March 31, 2011


Video: Michele Bachmann: Obama's constitutional eligibility is probably the least important issue in the United States right now... Previous comments from Rep. Bachmann on Obama's eligibility here.



Notre Dame Professor Charles Rice: Obama's eligibility could be biggest political fraud in the history of the world; time for a new approach -Details here. 

Attorney Mario Apuzzo: All presidents born after 1787, except for Chester Arthur and Barack Obama, met the “natural born Citizen” criteria. -Details here. 

Commander Charles Kerchner: List of U.S. Presidents - Eligibility under Article II Grandfather Clause (GFC) or Natural Born Citizen (NBC) Clause or Seated due to Election Fraud -Details here. 

Jack Cashill Discusses Obama's Fraudulent Social Security Number Reserved for Connecticut Applicants -Video here. 

Confirmed: - Democratic Party of Hawaii would not certify in 2008 that Obama was constitutionally and legally eligible for the Office of President - Source.

Visit the Birther Vault for the long list of evidence against Hawaii officials and all of the people questioning Obama's eligibility; [http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2010/08/video-ltc-terry-lakins-attorney-on-cnn.html].
2000/2004/2008 Democratic Party of Hawaii Certifications of Nomination for Presidential Candidates -
2008 DNC Presidential nomination certificate with constitutionally eligible provision - Hawaii
2008 DNC Presidential nomination certificate without constitutionally eligible provision - Georgia
Citizen v natural born Citizen-It's Don't Ask Don't Tell-20100426 Issue Wash Times Natl Wkly - pg 5

35 comments:

  1. "probably the least important issue in the United States right now"

    What about next week?

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  2. Then again what else do you expect from a neocon who voted for the unconstitutional Patriot Act?

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  3. Eligibility is the most important because he is the one that is helping kill jobs and the economy you air headed bitch get him out and THEN we can change the economy.... what is more important than protecting and defending the constitution I swear those tea party people only care about the dollar sign and that is it... also you need 2 citizen parents as well not just born here

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  4. What Michele Bachmann (and others like her) does not understand is that when things are this messed up, you have to set them right by going back to the basics. In this case, the basics are found in our constitution and the clause regarding NBC for POTUS.

    Once the eligibility issue is resolved, other matters will fall into place. Until then, nothing will be as it should, and it will stay this way until Congress does its job.

    We are dealing with the result of trying to be something we are not. America is not legitimate without a legitimate president.

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  5. The republicans already lost 2012. I can't believe I was ever associated with them. Time for the American Party to form with real conservative candidates. The current list of republican candidates makes me sad. We're finished, unless we make stand. I'm not convinced there are two parties now anyway. They all sound the same, traitors.

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  6. Michelle Bachman has it exactly wrong on this issue. Obama's eligibility is the most important issue right now, not the least important issue!

    If Obama is not legitimately President of the United States that means evry CZAR he has appointed, every executive order he has signed, every liberal judge he has appointed to the supreme court, everything, absolutely everything he has done since he was sworn into office is NULL AND VOID!

    I don't understand how it is that people like Michelle Bachman, Glenn Beck and Bill "Pinhead" O'Reilly can be so incredibly ignorant and make such stupid statements on this issue!

    They have really let the American people down big time!

    They just don't get it!

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  7. KenyanBornObamAcornMarch 31, 2011 at 5:49 AM

    Uhhhhh, she just dropped her approval rating with me. The presidential eligibility is the MOST important thing! We would not be in the mess we are in now, if they would have checked Obama's eligibility in the first place!
    GET HIM OUT, NOW!

    Where's Trump? He's now my man!

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  8. Pawlenty and Bachmann = Minnesota Nice. Better you two focus your attention in the Congress, forget national office. There we need leaders and patriots.

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  9. Another one??!! You have no clue how disappointing this is. Coward! RINO!

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  10. Just saw video with Trump and leprechaun. Something is amiss with Trump. For one thing, he couldn't answer any of that smirking jerk's questions and it ends with the leprechaun telling Trump what to believe. Trump is done. Next?

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  11. You must have been watching through Karl Rove's eyes...

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  12. ORYR, In your opinion, why didn't Trump mention NBC requirement and the fact that Barry doesn't qualify under our constitution?

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  13. Not sure... Maybe he is working up to that point?

    I personally think he should go right into the social security number issue...

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  14. a fraud aliar a phony and a wimp protecting a criminal.

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  15. Unbelievable, the person holding the highest office in the nation is not qualified per the Supreme Law of the land & Bachmann thinks it is the least important issue. I guess she wouldn't mind having open heart surgery done by a chiropractor then.

    PS, I'm having difficulty logging on with my any of my other accounts. Anyone else having this problem?

    Linda aka constitutionallyspeaking

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  16. Damn, aren't people tired of protecting Obama? Don't they know that everything is going to coma out and they'll be in the mess with him?
    Why are they trying to blind us with Libya? THIS is the main issue!

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  17. @ Trump,

    Donald is brilliant in bringing Lybia into the argument. It lends credibility to his argument and shows he is up on foreign policy issues.

    Linda aka constitutionallyspeaking

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  18. This morning on the Mike Gallagher radio show South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley was interviewed. I believe it was the first hour of the show.

    Gallagher asked her about the birth certificate. She replied that she had checked factcheck.org and is convinced Obama was born in the USA. She said it is a "nonissue" and a distraction from the real issues (jobs, health care, etc). One more who refuses to examine all the facts.

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  19. California birther/dualer/doubterMarch 31, 2011 at 9:55 AM

    Looks like the Donald has less competition to worry about in his run for the White House now that another one has bitten the dust as the result of underestimating the birthers and instead casting her lot on the likes of the liberally biased FactCheck.

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  20. California birther/dualer/doubterMarch 31, 2011 at 10:00 AM

    A word of advice to the remaining potential contenders for the GOP presidential nomination: If you wish to stay in the running for the nod, you'd be wise to simply say "no comment" the next time some leftist loon from the media tries to prod you into disowning the birthers -- unless you share their concerns.

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  21. I'm not totally convinced Trump is in our corner, either. This issue needs to be addressed immediately. Trump needs to hold a prime time press conference telling the American people all what is known. BTW, Trump should have mentioned Lakin's case. For no other reason then that alone, Barry should be court ordered to produce, or step down. How the fuck is it an innocent man is being imprisoned and all the leprechaun can do is laugh? And Trump is sitting right next to him. WTF?

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  22. By her and others making these absurd statements, tells me how far removed we have become from these people. It seems somewhat surreal. God help us.

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  23. Trump is definitely in our corner. I believe he is working with Mario Apuzzo. He is not going to shoot all his bullets on the first shot. Watch him keep making news with the ammunition in his pocket. Trump is one smart dude when it comes to negotiating. He is negotiating the NBC issue. He is trying to educate the entire population including the Obots who oppose him. Watch him blow Obama out of the water.

    I am now taking a pledge. I will never vote for Bachmann, Pawlenty, Huckabee all 3 have proven themselves brain dead this week. Each of these 3 has blown me off my chair this past week with their incredible stupidity about what is important.

    Tell Bachmann that being a patriotic American is all about the CONSTITUTION. Sarah Palin is now shown to be much better than Bachmann. But she can not seem to win. She can not handle the media like Trump can. I am going to help Trump work on his campaign. No one else is supporting our cause. And our cause is the most important.

    Proud to be a Birther

    Call me any name you want. I am a Patriotic American who will stand up for the truth. I rather die than live under a marxist communist dictatorship. Yes I am also a NBC with both parents being citizens when I was born. God bless their souls. I will be dead before I allow some Kenyan communist to be my president. And Obama has never been my president. NEVER.

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  24. Contrary to what they say about him, Republicans must love Barky and want a second term under his regime. Statements made by their 2012 hopefuls on this issue, such as this one by Bachmann, are proof positive that they're bound and determined to split the conservative vote with an Independent "birther" candidate and hand the victory to the Dems.

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  25. I supported Michele before but her credibility is down to zero with me now.

    Obama's eligibility is the MOST IMPORTANT issue facing the US. It is a matter of SURVIVAL. We have a foreign usurper in control who is supporting the enemy, intent on the destruction of America, and his criminal removal is long overdue.

    Trump is the only one who has had the courage to bring this issue to the forefront.

    Michele, you have whimped out. You're done.
    No more contributions.

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  26. Governor Palin on Obama's faith and birthplace:
    http://www.cbs.com/video/video.php?pid=LhhXEBv8Y8IY2xzhJ8GmBn22nNDRct_Q

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  27. @8by8I am in absolute agreement with you about Trump being on the right side of this issue and also about him not "shoot[ing] all his bullets on the first shot." (I like that.) If he'd jumped up and blurted out all the information on this that his head can hold during his first interview or round of interviews last week, he'd have nothing more to add and the "Trump's gone birther" story would be old news today. And it would have been for nothing. Because of the vast amount of information and details that explain this issue, not even an auctioneer could cover it all in a ten or 15 minute interview. So, whatever Trump could have managed to pack into an interview, the lamestream news media would then have printed/aired only part of, of which their readers/viewers/listeners would have absorbed and retained only a tiny portion.

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  28. Michelle.. you just broke my heart.. I thought you were a woman of intelligence and moral character... I thought you supported the Constitution.. so sad.

    I hope that Rep. LTC Allen West comes out on the right side of the issue.

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  29. @AnonymousWho is "leprechaun?"

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    It seems that a week or two ago, Bachmann was asked about this issue and gave a reply that didn't commit her to either side of the issue. Something very non-specific like, "We should take the prez at his word." If I recall correctly, she said something very generalized and generic; I don't even think she said his proper name. I guess that wasn't good enough for those who call the shots at the top of the Republican food chain.

    I've wondered lately if the avoidance of this issue might have nothing to do with Barky in particular, if maybe some agreement was made between the two parties back when Orrin Hatch was pushing the "Arnold bill."

    WND ON CAPITOL HILL
    Schwarzenegger for president?
    Senator proposes eliminating restriction on foreign-born citizens
    Posted: July 17, 2003
    5:00 pm Eastern

    © 2011 WorldNetDaily.com

    Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, says he did not do it for the "Terminator," but his proposed bill would allow foreign-born citizens such as actor Arnold Schwarzenegger to run for president of the United States.

    "I believe the time has come to address the antiquated provision of the constitution that requires our president to be a natural-born citizen," said Hatch, according to the Herald News of Fall River, Mass. "It has long outlived its original purpose."

    Hatch's bill, introduced last week, would allow anyone who has been a citizen of the United States for 20 years to run for the highest office.

    The senator said it's "most disturbing" that "scores of foreign-born men and women who have risked their lives defending the freedoms and liberties of this great nation" are ineligible for the presidency, the Herald News reported.

    Read more: Schwarzenegger for president? http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=19821#ixzz1ICw7dFya

    Could there have been an agreement made between the powers that be of the two parties that eligibility to serve as POTUS will be ignored and, if need be, even protected by both parties, from the moment of party nomination all the way to the White House? Could it be nothing more than incidental that Barky is the first ineligible protected by both parties and that the Republicans "know" the "favor" will be reciprocated in the future? (I put "know" in quotes because, should they turn the tables, they'll be shown yet again that libturds can't be trusted. Stupid Republicans never learn.) Did those who call the shots in American politics, upon not managing to get the Arnold Bill voted into law, simply agree to ignore Constitutional eligibility for the POTUS from that moment forward? Could it be that Barky isn't protected because he's somehow special but, instead, he's being tolerated as part of a dirty agreement made between the two parties?

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  30. California birther/dualer/doubterMarch 31, 2011 at 2:09 PM

    @Pamela Barnett

    Trump turning the simmering issue into a raging forest fire sure has a way of exposing the potential GOP candidates as true or tepid defenders of the Constitution. So far all the others having been dropping like flies, and that's a shame because I had liked them all, especially Bachmann. The advisers for the remaining candidates would do well to caution their bosses about crossing the birthers. Better to shut up about issue if they're not going to voice their support.

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  31. Leprechaun is Mr. Pinhead...Bill O'Reilly...ORYR even has his Hawaiian COLB. If you're nice I am sure ORYR will show it to you or direct you to it. It is IDENTICAL to Barry's. They are very easy to make I can assure you.

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  32. @Anonymous

    The Republican leaderlessship must have a secret decoder ring where they have to be wimps and not display a winning attitude or if they don't tow company line, their rings may get taken away from them by Rove or Boehner.

    RS

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  33. If you refuse to acknowledge the question of citizenship and how it affects the significance of the American people's view of the U.S. Constitution, and said documents existence as the supreme law of the land, the legitimacy of the acting president is in fact the least of our problems. With nothing but social justice to establish our laws, based in nothing more than mob rule, or the imposition of Sheriah Law, we are in a state of freefall awaiting the bitter end. Historically, freedom is the exception, not the rule. Sadly, it may be time for this beautiful exception to end.

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