December 2, 2008
The Honorable Associate Justice Clarence Thomas
United States Supreme Court
One First Street, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20543-0002
RE: Leo C. Donofrio v Nina Mitchell Wells, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey
United States Supreme Court Docket No. 08A407
Dear Justice Thomas:
I am writing about a possible threat to all of humanity.
Under present law the President of the United States has sole authority to authorize the use of nuclear weapons. The possibility of holding the fate of the entire human race in ones hands is an awesome responsibility. The person to whom we grant that responsibility must be of the highest moral and ethical character. While the popular vote is a necessary prerequisite to assume the powers of the presidency, it should not be sufficient.
I have become aware of serious questions regarding President-elect Barack Obamas qualifications to become President of the United States. Lawsuits, including the one reference above, argue that insufficient processes have been applied to determine if Mr. Obama meets the Constitutional test that he be a natural born citizen. These lawsuits point to fairly convincing evidence that he does not pass this test.
Most disturbing of all is that Mr. Obama could have settled this issue long ago by merely making public, documents as called for in some of these lawsuits. If Mr. Obama is not qualified to be President, then he is engaged in a fraudulent act to conceal the truth from the American People. The thought that a man could assume power over the nuclear arsenal of the United States by fraud should bring us to our knees.
I urge you and the Justices of the Supreme Court to pursue the truth in this matter. I do so for myself and for all of humanity.
Very respectfully submitted,
cc: John Roberts, Chief Justice
Samuel Alito, Associate Justice
Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice
Anthony Kennedy, Associate Justice
Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice
David Souter, Associate Justice
John Paul Stevens, Associate Justice
Glenn Spencer American Patrol;