Thursday, October 20, 2011

Washington Post's Lynne Sladky Probes Marco Rubio's Parents Social Security Numbers But Ignores Obama's Connecticut Based Social Security Number

"The Social Security numbers for Rubio’s father and grandfather suggest that Mario Rubio received his Social Security number in Florida in 1956 and that Garcia received his in New York in 1956-57." - WAPO's Lynne Sladky

The mainstream media is having a heyday going after Senator Marco Rubio's misstatements about the circumstances his parents arrived in the United States. They have gone so far as to dig up Rubio's parents Social Security numbers to bolster their position that Rubio embellished his family story for political gain.

Every outlet from the Washington Post to Fox News is reporting it.

Now there's no problem with the media doing their job vetting politicians except for the fact they only seem to do it when the politician is a republican. For years now these same media outlets have ignored Obama's many lies about his past and have yet to report that Obama is using a Social Security number reserved for applicants in the state of Connecticut. If you read through the many articles published on Marco Rubio you will see most fail to mention what and who started this firestorm and also fail to address the bigger issue surrounding Rubio's problem if he ever does decide to run for the presidency or vice presidency.

Marco Rubio's "natural born Citizen" status. The media knows if they address Rubio's they will be forced to address Obama's.

What started all this was Commander Charles Kerchner's (Ret) initial report and followup report on Marco Rubio's father's naturalization petition obtained from the National Archives and then picked up by the St. Petersburg Times and the Miami Herald.

Many of the articles provided below so you can see for yourself what is and is not being reported by the once great Free Press.

http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/pulp/2011/10/marco_rubio_citizen_birther_obama_kenyan.php

http://doslives.com/2011/10/20/birthers-florida-senator-marco-rubio-is-not-a-natural-born-citizen-and-not-eligible-to-be-president

http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/10/19/2462473_p2/birthers-ask-is-marco-rubio-eligible.html

http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/national/birthers-ask-is-marco-rubio-eligible-to-be-president/1197628

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/marco-rubios-compelling-family-story-embellishes-facts-documents-show/2011/10/20/gIQAaVHD1L_story.html

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2011/10/20/Birthers-Rubio-not-natural-born-citizen/UPI-81061319137508/?dailybrief

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/10/marco-rubio-family-saga-cuba-fidel-castro-/1

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/10/20/rubio-fires-back-at-report-that-embellished-family-story

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/21/us/politics/marco-rubio-denies-claim-he-exaggerated-his-biography.html

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/rubio-rips-washington-post-story_598384.html

More here: http://news.google.com/news/story?ncl=http://motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2011/10/marco-rubio-falls-victim-wingnuts&hl=en&geo=us



Private Investigator: Obama's Fraudulent Social Security Number & Selective Service Registration

Obama's SSN Fails E-Verify System - 17 Oct 2011 Wash Times National Wkly edition - pg 5

14 comments:

  1. If only senator Rubio has the courage to make a statement or ask the question whether he is a natural born citizen it will force the media to ask if obama is a nbc. But he is not as forthright as we thought he is.
    Most likely his priority is his ambition.
    Senator Rubio, rewards come with duties. Fulfill your duties and your oath to uphold the constitution, including article 2, and you will be rewarded.

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  2. I'd like to know how a reporter for the Washington Post knows Rubio's parents' SSNs.

    RacerJim

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  3. This is huge! http://www.examiner.com/civil-rights-in-portland/justiagate

    And at Leo Donofrio's: http://naturalborncitizen.wordpress.com/

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  4. This isn't news, in so far as we know who these people are. What I consider news would be when that all too critical ground swell erupts across the entire country sending citizens and patriots alike to Washington to clean up that cesspool formely known as our capitol. It is fair to say, at this point, no matter what, we have been taken over.

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  5. This is great news, in my opinion. Once the MSM starts down this path, Obama's SSN and BC *should* become fair game.

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  6. Kerchner must be proud for outing Rubio as a liar.

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  7. @Anonymous

    Old news. And no, it is not huge. Justia.com is just a web portal to cases uploaded by contributors. It does not claim to be the official reporter.

    In any event, how does this change Minor v. Happersett? Wouldn't a thorough researcher go directly to the Minor case and read it, rather than rely on some description in another case?

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  8. @RacerJim

    The Washington Post reported that Rubio's father and paternal grandfather are dead. The Social Security Numbers of dead people are in the public domain.

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  9. "The Washington Post reported that Rubio's father and paternal grandfather are dead. The Social Security Numbers of dead people are in the public domain."

    The IRS reported to at least one licensed private investigator that the Social Security Number on Obama's Selective Service Registration form belongs to a dead man. That would put Obama's SSN in the public domain, yet Dr. Orly Taitz has been chastized/repremanded by more than one Federal Judge for including Obama's full SSN in some of her pleadings. What gives with that?

    RacerJim

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  10. @RacerJim

    "The IRS reported to at least one licensed private investigator that the Social Security Number on Obama's Selective Service Registration form belongs to a dead man."

    When did that happen? What Social Security Number? If the number actually belonged to a dead person, it would appear in Social Security Death Index.

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  11. Confusion reigns over eligibility issue

    There's a brand-new "birther" in town, the media would like you to know.

    It's Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who suggested in an interview he's not sure if he has seen Barack Obama's real birth certificate – yet, he adds, has no reason to doubt his birth story.

    Why are the media so determined to smoke out high-profile skeptics on the issue of Obama's truthfulness about his birth narrative?

    Very simple.

    Because the Big Media are engaged in a classic disinformation campaign to intimidate anyone who is serious about the Constitution and its requirements for the office of the presidency – or, for that matter, what the Constitution says about anything.

    Any serious debate about Obama's eligibility should have ended a long time ago. He's not eligible. It matters not where he was born – which, ironically, is still very much in doubt. What matters is that he was not born of parents who were American citizens at the time. That's what "natural born citizen" means. It does not mean "born in the USA," much as Obama and his protectors in the media would like you to think.

    Not only do the media activists attempt to obscure the clear meaning of the Constitution in their breathless assertion that anyone born in the USA is "natural born," they also, I believe, seek to attack at its root the reliance on "original intent," which couldn't be clearer.

    Keep in mind, the American colonies were just that – colonies of the British crown. Prior to the Magna Carta, natural born subjects were those born under the jurisdiction of the king. But that definition changed with the Magna Carta and the British Nationality Act of 1772, which declared that children born of British subjects outside the jurisdiction of the crown be natural born subjects. That would thus be the undeniable interpretation of the framers of the Constitution – substituting only the word "citizen" for "subject."

    To underscore this point, the 1790 Uniform Naturalization Act, passed just one year after the Constitution was ratified, defined minor children of aliens as U.S. citizens only upon naturalization of the father.

    "Natural Born Citizen" was defined by an 1875 Supreme Court ruling (Minor v. Happersett) as children born of two U.S. citizens – regardless of the location of the birth. It found: "The Constitution does not, in words, say who shall be natural-born citizens. Resort must be had elsewhere to ascertain that. At common-law, with the nomenclature of which the framers of the Constitution were familiar, it was never doubted that all children born in a country of parents who were its citizens became themselves, upon their birth, citizens also. These were natives, or natural-born citizens, as distinguished from aliens or foreigners."

    This legal principle was restated, ironically, in 2008 by the U.S. Senate in confronting concerns over the eligibility of presidential candidate John McCain. The U.S. Senate resolved by a 99-0 vote, which included one cast by Obama himself, that McCain was indeed eligible because both his parents were U.S. citizens. It mattered not that he was born in Panama. It wasn't even an issue.

    Neither does it need to be an issue of where Obama was born.

    http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=360085

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  12. @Anonymous
    Anonymous said
    @RacerJim Oct 23, 2:37PM
    No benefits were ever applied for under that number, and no report of death was ever filed for this
    senior citizen from Connecticut.
    Therefore nothing recorded in the
    Death Index.

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  13. Where is the evidence of Obama using this unknown person's unknown Social Security Number?

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