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Is this The Donald’s business deal of a lifetime?
Canada Free Press ^ | 4/17/11 | Judi McLeod

Posted on 04/17/2011 12:14:45 PM PDT by Nachum

Sunday S.O.S. to patriots everywhere: Donald Trump is not the saviour on the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama. In fact for all those working so hard to prove that Obama is the biggest scam ever pulled on America, Trump looks more like Brutus.

(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...


TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: birthertrump; business; certifigate; deal; donalds; lifetime; silkypony2; trump
The Donald = Soros' Manchurian candidate
1 posted on 04/17/2011 12:14:50 PM PDT by Nachum
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To: Nachum

NO Silky Pony #2!


2 posted on 04/17/2011 12:20:34 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: Nachum

Trump’s candidacy is payback for a Soros bailout in 2008 to help The Donald avoid foreclosure and bankruptcy.

Soros has thrown Obama under the bus and needs another puppet who owes him.


3 posted on 04/17/2011 12:24:25 PM PDT by jimbo123
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To: Nachum
POEM041711
4 posted on 04/17/2011 12:28:57 PM PDT by FrankR (The Evil Are Powerless If The Good Are Unafraid! - R. Reagan)
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To: Nachum

I never knew before how many different people could attack someone who would ask quesstions about Obama’s eligibility.

I don’t like Trump,I think it’s silly to evn think of him becoming President.

But Damnit I want someone to find the trugth about the a—hole in the White House now.

Still I would vote for Trump before Romney or Huckabee.


5 posted on 04/17/2011 12:30:03 PM PDT by Venturer
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To: Nachum

Military on the Mexican border
In favor of repealing ObamaCare
Pro-Life
Wants to take the economic fight to the Chinese
Iraq’s oil until we’re paid back
Birth Certificate issue
Lower tax rates
Against gun control
Against raising the debt ceiling
Fill administration positions with competent people not political appointees.
Will undo Obama World Apology Tour
Wants the rest of the world to fear us
Pro-traditional marriage
Christian
no 911 Mosque, too insensitive
Drill ANWAR
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
Never held elected office
Loves America
Knows better than to introduce a Win The Future (WTF) slogan
And, my favorite in-your-face,
Pi$$es off Karl Rove


6 posted on 04/17/2011 12:31:24 PM PDT by Balding_Eagle (Overproduction, one of the top five worries of the American Farmer each and every year..)
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To: Nachum

7 posted on 04/17/2011 12:32:38 PM PDT by Revolting cat! (Let us prey!)
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To: Nachum

All true.

Yet—right now the GOP has no in-house hatchet-man, the guy whose job it is to save the top-dog from making strong but impolitic points on indelicate issues: Think RMN (and Joe McCarthy, for that matter) under Ike, Agnew/Erlichman/Colson under RMN, Bobby under Jack, Cheney/Rumsfeld under W, etc. The top-dog is never the pit-bull; and the pit-bull never seems to become top-dog. Here again, Reagan’s the great exception.

But even if what passes as GOP “leadership” won’t acknowledge the birther-issue (and I mean everything connected with it—fraud, plagiarism, who-knows-what-else), couldn’t they at least tell us WHY they’re avoiding it? What do they know that we don’t? Are they all THAT afraid of political correctness? or are they afraid to slander blacks by buying into a race-war theory? or are they too busy weighing their own chances as top-dog?

There’s not a chance I’d vote for Trump, but I sure welcome the publicity he’s brought to a vital Constitutional issue.

Evidently, the birther-issue is one such delicate issue.


8 posted on 04/17/2011 12:47:00 PM PDT by Mach9
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To: Nachum
Trump echoes Michael Cohen circa June 2008.

Both blame Obama's rise on Bush. Both call Bush "incompetant" and not for the right reasons.

Link

9 posted on 04/17/2011 12:51:21 PM PDT by FreeReign
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To: jimbo123

“Soros has thrown Obama under the bus and needs another puppet who owes him.”

I believe Trump is bought and paid for by Soros, but I don’t believe Trump is going to run seriously for President. I think Judi McLeod hits the nail on the head when she says he’ll run to the point when he can say he has proof Obama was born in Hawaii to discredit the birthers, and give Obama the psychological heads up that will throw him over the top for 2012.

I believe they have already a scripted design to coordinate, or fit that move by Trump into what they have choreographed as a campaign dance number.

They really don’t need Rahm’s ballet experience to dance their deceitful dance.


10 posted on 04/17/2011 12:52:38 PM PDT by rockinqsranch (Dems, Libs, Socialists, call 'em what you will, they ALL have fairies livin' in their trees.)
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To: Nachum

The purpose of all this is to pull a Ross Perot and take enough votes from the
GOP candidate for the Manchurian Osama Obama to win (steal) another election and complete his destruction of our country! Don’t let it happen!


11 posted on 04/17/2011 1:07:00 PM PDT by SouthCarolinaKit
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To: Nachum

The purpose of all this is to pull a Ross Perot and take enough votes from the
GOP candidate for the Manchurian Osama Obama to win (steal) another election and complete his destruction of our country! Don’t let it happen!


12 posted on 04/17/2011 1:07:06 PM PDT by SouthCarolinaKit
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To: Balding_Eagle

Balding Eagle

That’s quite an impressive list of positions. How come Trump has only ever helped candidates who held the opposite positions. Like he has only ever given money to pro-abortion candidates. Interesting. Usually ou can “follow the money”.


13 posted on 04/17/2011 1:07:44 PM PDT by kentramsay
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To: kentramsay

Who are some of the pro-abortion candidates he has given money to?


14 posted on 04/17/2011 1:11:51 PM PDT by Balding_Eagle (Overproduction, one of the top five worries of the American Farmer each and every year..)
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To: Nachum

Well, Trump is definitely bloodying up Obama a bit and I love it.

I’m not a big “birther” although I would like to see the BC and wonder why Obama doesn’t show it.

If one is in to comspiracies as many on this website are you can believe Soros is behind Trump.

I think Trump is behind Trump and he came out when some of the so called GOP candidates were shaking in their boots and too afraid to go after Obama.


15 posted on 04/17/2011 1:13:47 PM PDT by tirednvirginia
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To: rockinqsranch

At this point any tricks either Soros or Trump might have up their sleeves to derail the eligibility issue are moot, if we can get Jan Brewer to sign Arizona’s eligibility bill and an injunction against its implementation is not sustained all the way through to the election.

If one person is allowed to challenge Obama’s eligibility in court, Obama is history.


16 posted on 04/17/2011 1:14:44 PM PDT by butterdezillion (.)
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To: tirednvirginia
Well, Trump is definitely bloodying up Obama a bit and I love it.

Of course. Conservatives have been taking it in the shorts for two years and finally someone is kicking sand in Obama's face. Let's just not be fooled as to who and what Trump is.

He is not a conservative.

He is not a Republican.

He talks out of both sides of his mouth.

17 posted on 04/17/2011 1:17:14 PM PDT by Nachum (The complete Obama list at www.nachumlist.com)
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To: Nachum

I’ve said here many times that it remains to be see whether Trump is serious about becoming President. But I have no doubt that he wants to be the man that finds out the trust of who Obama is and what the mystery of his birth certificate and hidden records is. Trump is accustomed to performing “due diligence” research to validate his business deals, this obfuscation of Obamas sticks out like a sore thumb. There’s some reason behind it, and if/when Trump figures out what it is, he will have his choice of being President, or being Kingmaker. But either way he will control Obama’s fate.


18 posted on 04/17/2011 1:24:04 PM PDT by bigbob (u)
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To: Nachum

Maybe.

But the word’s out in bold-face type on the records of 0bama. I call us proofers and verifiers, not ‘birthers.’

Trump is doing that. I don’t think he’s doing it for conservatives. I think he’s doing it because he has children, too, and probably expects grand-children, who’ll be hosed in a third-world, former USofA, vassal-state to Chinese and Russian primacy. Not to mention I’m sure he doesn’t want his daughters to wear burkas or be stoned.


19 posted on 04/17/2011 1:32:52 PM PDT by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spiritui Sancto.)
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To: Nachum
“Constitutional expert talk show radio giant Mark Levin”

Yeah a GIANT number EIGHT.

Oh and a constitutional expert on everything except Article II, Section 1, Clause 5, as it pertains to OBAMA. He would rather trash Trump than look into Obama’s CONSTITUTIONAL eligibility.

“Trump has already said that he will run as an Independent if the Repubs won’t nominate him.”

This is a lie. Trump explained this on the Sean Hannity interview very clearly.

“Through all there was nary a word from Trump, his political adviser or the website about Barack Obama’s eligibility until three weeks ago.”

SO WHAT? We are still waiting for EVERYONE ELSE to come to the party.

20 posted on 04/17/2011 1:32:58 PM PDT by faucetman (Just the facts ma'am, just the facts)
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To: Nachum

Trump hasn’t the slightest interest in running for office. He makes his money by keeping his name in front of the public and then by selling access to his name and likeness. Trump TV show, Trump steaks, Trump Casino, Trump this, Trump that. There is even a Trump multi-level marketing operation. He has deduced, correctly, that the vast majority of Americans are really, really bothered by Obama’s stonewalling on the birth certificate. Now he’s selling himself as a Trump version of Dorothy ready to pull back the curtain on the Wizard. More power to him.


21 posted on 04/17/2011 1:33:48 PM PDT by Poison Pill
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To: Nachum

“Conservatives have been taking it in the shorts for two years and finally someone is kicking sand in Obama’s face. Let’s just not be fooled as to who and what Trump is.

He is not a conservative.

He is not a Republican.

He talks out of both sides of his mouth.”

And yet not one “Republican” or “conservative” is saying the things he’s currently saying that tens of thousands of people are agreeing with, out of either side of their mouth. Why is that?


22 posted on 04/17/2011 1:35:03 PM PDT by Magic Fingers
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To: rockinqsranch

I believe Trump is bought and paid for by Soros, but I don’t believe Trump is going to run seriously for President. I think Judi McLeod hits the nail on the head when she says he’ll run to the point when he can say he has proof Obama was born in Hawaii to discredit the birthers, and give Obama the psychological heads up that will throw him over the top for 2012.


Judi MacLeod is a credible columnist....but if Trump declares that he has proof that Obama was born in Hawaii...and does not provide the Long Form Birth Certificate....he will be sued to eternity

You make the claims that Trump has done...but do not produce...Trump is pretty much out of business

Also, too many in the Liberal GOP, and Obama Supporters posting on here....are making a major stink over Trump. The Trump/Soros connection seems to be the favorite now....however, Sarah Palin was on a ticket in 2008 where the candidate had been supported by Soros


23 posted on 04/17/2011 1:40:04 PM PDT by UCFRoadWarrior (Stop Obama....Boycott Beck)
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To: FreeReign

And I thought I was the only one who thought Bush is the main reason we have Obama in the WH.


24 posted on 04/17/2011 1:44:32 PM PDT by Bridge_toofar (Trump/Bachmann 2012 will finish off the Kenyan socialist for good.)
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To: Nachum
Trump didn't initiate the BC conversation. It was an ABC interviewer who I think was trying to get him label a crazy birther. He answered the question.

Its too early to tell yet who the candidates are. In the mean time Trump is also putting a spot light on Rezko and Ayers, plus other questionable connections.

25 posted on 04/17/2011 1:45:00 PM PDT by opentalk
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To: Nachum
Birthers beware! There’s nothing stopping Trump from waiting until the presidential campaign is well underway to make a Neil Abercrombie-like announcement that his private eyes found proof that Obama WAS born in Hawaii.

While I have enjoyed the recent attacks by Trump on Obama as "the worst president ever" as Trump is someone the media will actually cover, and I really hope he has the goods to take Obama down over his eligibility to be President, but no one should be making any assumptions about what Trump's supposed investigation(s) will reveal, just yet.

I say keep the heat up on Trump and Obama both, and most importantly work with the states to implement laws which verify "Natural Born Citizen" status for any potential candidate for US President. I've not yet heard Trump mention the words NBC yet, which he will need to if he wants to earn true Tea Party credentials.

26 posted on 04/17/2011 1:45:58 PM PDT by Golden Eagle (Buy American)
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To: UCFRoadWarrior

I have been unable to verify any connection between Soros and Trump other than a complaint in a case where such a connection is alleged on “information and belief.” On the other hand Romney is attanding Soros’ Bretton Woods conference (as is Harry Reid) and Trump is not. Is there any actual verification of a Soros-Trump connection?


27 posted on 04/17/2011 1:53:41 PM PDT by AmericanVictory (Should we be more like them or they more like we used to be?)
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To: Nachum

THere is a recent parallel story to this:

PM Martin of Canada, Manchurian candidate for himself and Maurice Strong.

Canadian Wheat Board and monolpolies.

Trump can no doubt finally acquire the upper hand against teh bankers who own him lock stock and barrel if he controls the FEderal Agencies that regulate banks, and if he controls the nominatino process for the next head of the FEderal Reserve semi-private institution.


28 posted on 04/17/2011 1:58:06 PM PDT by JerseyHighlander
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To: Balding_Eagle

Well said indeed.


29 posted on 04/17/2011 1:58:32 PM PDT by muddler (Diligentia, Vis and Celeritas)
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To: Nachum

[closes the button cover]

No deal!


30 posted on 04/17/2011 2:01:35 PM PDT by RichInOC (Palin 2012: The Perfect Storm.)
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To: SouthCarolinaKit

That can’t happen if Trump wins GOP nomination.
If GOP disses Trump in the primaries then he could run
as Independent and THEN Obama will win for sure.


31 posted on 04/17/2011 2:13:30 PM PDT by Bridge_toofar (Trump/Bachmann in 2012)
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To: SouthCarolinaKit

That can’t happen if Trump wins GOP nomination.
If GOP disses Trump in the primaries then he could run
as Independent and THEN Obama will win for sure.


32 posted on 04/17/2011 2:13:30 PM PDT by Bridge_toofar (Trump/Bachmann in 2012)
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To: kentramsay

I am getting blue in the face explaining that simple fact.

Has Trump run a large business? Yes!
Is his business centered in NY state? Yes!
Are there many republicans in power in NY? No!
Has Trump run any active political campaign? No!
Will it hurt Trump’s business if he only gave cash to republicans? Yes!
Does he want to hurt his business by angering the NY dems? No!
How large have been Trump’s contributions to dems? Lot lot lot smaller than he gave Rush Limbaugh last week of $100,000 for cancer research.
Do smart businesses routinely give money to both parties? Yes!

I rest my case.


33 posted on 04/17/2011 2:22:30 PM PDT by Bridge_toofar (Trump/Bachmann in 2012)
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To: Balding_Eagle
Regarding your summary of Trump on the issues, look at what he is doing, and to whom he is doing it.

The left has been framing the issues of debate for the past four decades, and the RINOs have played defense, terrified and unable to frame their any of their own. We have watched these nutless, gutless RINOs cycle after cycle, trying to walk a line just slightly less communist than the Democrats.

When we have had conservative candidates step forth with real conservative values and policy positions, we have watched both the Democrats and RINOs rip them to shreds.

Trump is pushing the talking points far, far to the right. Whether he decides to eat the pay cut, and run for the presidency is irrelevant at this point. He is crippling the ability of both the Democrats and RINOs to keep the discussion going on whether the USA will die quickly or less quickly.

Our situation is just this serious, and these issues Trump is discussing need to be discussed. He is pushing these extreme, but necessary, issues back into the faces of the suicidal Democrats and RINOs. Who is losing ground from this?

Obama, obviously. But more importantly, Romney, Huckabee, Pawlenty, Daniels, and every other milquetoast RINO is getting knocked out of the discussion. Absent any Republican men with an ounce of courage, Trump has taken Sarah Palin's issues, added a few extremes, and totally pushed the discussion far to the right, beyond the reach of any of the RINOs.

Now, let's look at who is now appearing to be middle-of-the-road; those few who are steadfastly advocating commonsense, Constitutional conservative, pro-American values and policies. Those would be Palin, Bachmann, Cain, and no others.

34 posted on 04/17/2011 2:27:27 PM PDT by meadsjn (Sarah 2012, or sooner)
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To: AmericanVictory

I have been unable to verify any connection between Soros and Trump other than a complaint in a case where such a connection is alleged on “information and belief.” On the other hand Romney is attanding Soros’ Bretton Woods conference (as is Harry Reid) and Trump is not. Is there any actual verification of a Soros-Trump connection?


The Soros-Trump link has only been something on the Alex Jones site until, really, today

The Soros-Trump link is about as much as the Bush 41/Bush 43 Soros links. Bush 41 was in the Carlyle Group investment firm with Soros (many other former GOPers were)...and Bush 43 sold his Spectrum 7 oil company to Soros some years ago

Also, it is well known that Soros had been funding John McCain for years, McCain campaign manager Rick Davis had basically been paid by Soros over the years

The Trump-Soros connection is weak. But, if you put the same requirements on Trump regarding Soros.....you cannot vote for Sarah Palin in 2012....as she ran with a proven recipient of Soros funds (John McCain)...and supported him in his Senate re-election bid

The wave of Trump-trashing sounds more like something Soros and his friends in the Liberal and GOP Media are doing for him


35 posted on 04/17/2011 2:28:19 PM PDT by UCFRoadWarrior (Stop Obama....Boycott Beck)
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To: Nachum

36 posted on 04/17/2011 2:37:10 PM PDT by Riodacat (And when all is said and done, there'll be a hell of a lot more said than done......)
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To: kentramsay; Balding_Eagle

And what did Bill Gates do, and how does Jesse Jackson operates???


37 posted on 04/17/2011 3:04:12 PM PDT by danamco (-)
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To: Nachum
I get a headache trying to sort out all the explanations and conspiracy theories offered for Donald Trump's emergence as a conservative and potential contender for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. Like many, I'm glad to see Trump putting Obama's missing birth certificate into play (even if it's 3 years too late) and castigating Obama in numerous TV interviews. That having been stated, I don't trust Donald Trump for a New York minute. I think he's conning us. He is a little too perfect when he manages to hit all the right notes in the conservative songbook. His past record of supporting liberal politicians and bashing Republicans, specifically calling G.W. Bush "the worst president in the history of the United States" (CNN - Wolf Blitzer interview 3/16/07). His explanations for that are unconvincing as are his explanations for supporting liberals ('it's just good business in a liberal city like New York') Now, Trump is a conservative?

Who knew? More important, who really believes him? Unfortunately, lots of folks desperate for someone, anyone, to be tough with Obama and not wimp around the birth certificate issue. So, Trump becomes that guy...for awhile. I think he'll betray conservatives big-time and laugh as he does it. Even if Trump isn't conning us, who really, truly wants this guy as president? Yeah, I'd take him over Obama - but that isn't much of an endorsement. I'd take almost anyone over Obama. Note, I said 'almost'. Bottom line for me is that Trump is a fraud. He's no conservative and is trying to screw with the GOP primary races. Ultimately, planned or not, Trump will help Obama. I'll stick with Sarah Palin, a real conservative.

38 posted on 04/17/2011 3:08:14 PM PDT by Jim Scott
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To: Bridge_toofar
Is his business centered in NY state? Yes! Are there many republicans in power in NY? No! Does he want to hurt his business by angering the NY dems? No!

Hillary, Reid, Weiner, Hillabrand, Christ, and all the rest of them that he donated to, are NOT local or New York State lawmakers. They are federal lawmakers.

They have no power to make local or state laws.

His business being "centered" in NY has nothing to do with it.

39 posted on 04/17/2011 4:18:09 PM PDT by FreeReign
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To: Nachum

If Trump was serious about this, he’d just say that Hussein was not the son of 2 Americans and is ineligible for that reason alone. The birthplace is just a possible added bonus ineligible card. He’s just plain ineligible, based on his own admission of a Kenyan father(which is also probably BS, since he looks nothing like him). Trump is right about one thing, there is something on the longform that is very damaging to Hussein. Or, perhaps the mutt has no longform at all.


40 posted on 04/17/2011 5:50:37 PM PDT by TheConservativeParty (POTUS 45 Sarah Palin....Resistance is futile! Prepare to be liberated!)
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To: UCFRoadWarrior

“......however, Sarah Palin was on a ticket in 2008 where the candidate had been supported by Soros”

What’s your point? She was not supported by Soros.

As a matter of fact she was muzzled by the McCain campaign, probably due Soros connection.


41 posted on 04/17/2011 6:21:58 PM PDT by rockinqsranch (Dems, Libs, Socialists, call 'em what you will, they ALL have fairies livin' in their trees.)
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To: FreeReign

And Hillary has powerful friends in NY politics. Also the Trump empire is world wide. His headquarters are in NY. Trump is developing some eye popping resorts in UK & Europe.


42 posted on 04/17/2011 9:19:54 PM PDT by Bridge_toofar (Trump/Bachmann in 2012)
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To: tirednvirginia; Nachum
I think Trump is behind Trump and he came out when some of the so called GOP candidates were shaking in their boots and too afraid to go after Obama.

When your hear people like Rove, Hannity, Glenn Book, BOR, Boehner, Marco Rubio and all the old GOP establishment saying the usurper is born in Hawaii, and "that's good enough for me," it feels refreshing to hear Trump asking to see the b.c. and delving into other more relevant NBC issue!

Palin and Bachmann seems not stepping into the same cow pasture, however!!

Right now my wife is watching FAUX news on this subject, and I hear exactly the same "tunes" that I would think she has the channel tuned on CNN!!!

43 posted on 04/17/2011 9:53:19 PM PDT by danamco (-)
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To: butterdezillion; rockinqsranch

I hope she signs the bill, but remember she’s a former SOS???

Regardless, I’m very afraid it will be overruled by the cowardly courts, hmmm!!!


44 posted on 04/17/2011 9:53:22 PM PDT by danamco (-)
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To: Mach9

I’m beginning to think that all these spineless republicans who don’t speak of and even denounce the birther issue were at some time /in some way tainted with Soros money. Beck has pointed out many times how far reaching the financial arm of Soros is /has been in play. Just in the last few days the names of McCain, the Bushs,and Trump have been mentioned in this connection. As to entrenched republicans I don’t trust them any more than I do the Rockerfellers who by the way go back in history to connections with the Rothchilds, the same bankers who gave Soros seed funding for his hedge funds.


45 posted on 04/17/2011 10:30:03 PM PDT by noinfringers2
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To: danamco; patlin; STARWISE; Nachum; LucyT; Red Steel; edge919; OneWingedShark; Beckwith; ...

There was a thread that linked to an article at http://www.azcentral.com/12news/news/articles/2011/04/16/20110416arizona-birther-bill-legal-challenges.html where some professor at ASU was saying it would be unconstitutional because having to prove eligibility in order to be on the ballot would be making an eligibility requirement above and beyond what the Constitution gives.

If that is the case, then ANY criteria that a state uses for deciding who to put on the ballot is unconstitutional; everybody’s name has to be on the ballot.

There can’t be a filing fee. There can’t be a requirement that somebody be the candidate of their party or that the party file any forms, or that non-party candidates receive so many signatures before being placed on the ballot. Heck, they couldn’t even require any affidavits of people claiming to be eligible. All that administrative stuff would be unconstitutional because the Constitution doesn’t say a person has to jump through those hoops to be eligible.

It is critical that this bill be signed. Ultimately what it does is to make sure that the legal issue of eligibility is determined in a legal venue - the courts, which is the proper place for legal controversies involving fact and law are to be resolved. The only part of this bill that really matters is the granting of standing for legal residents and state lawmakers to challenge SOS eligibility decisions.

Whoever in that article said this bill is unconstitutional because we can’t have 50 different SOS’s making up rules for who is eligible is totally disingenuous, because that is the situation we have now and this bill would remedy that problem by placing the issue in the courts.

Furthermore, the bill has a severability clause so even if somebody argued that the documentation requirements were unconstitutional, the parts not challenged would still be in effect. Unless somebody wants to argue in court that a state can’t allow individuals to hold their government legally accountable for obeying a law or the Constitution, standing would be granted. And that is the critical piece. That is the part that would allow the transaction logs to be subpoenaed and show any tampering with his birth and citizenship records, and that is the part that would allow the “natural born citizen” issue to be decided in the courts. That part is why anybody who has questions about Obama’s eligibility can/should support this bill.

Brewer needs to understand that.

I’m trying to figure out how to get that message to Brewer. I’m afraid her “experts” may be steering her wrong. I’m racking my brain trying to remember who is from Arizona, or how we can let her know that even if she thinks the documentation requirements are extra-Constitutional, she should sign the bill because though the documentation parts will be challenged and probably put on hold, the part granting legal standing is the critical part, is Constitutional, and would go into effect even if other parts are challenged.

I’m going to be in and out today, but we need to let Brewer know how important this is, before Thursday. ASAP would be best. But to get her attention will take some kind of connection. When I called Seel’s office just trying to find out if they got my e-mail, it took too long to bring up the e-mails for them to even be able to tell me. They said he had 6000 e-mails and there was no way he’d ever be able to read them. I’m sure it’s even worse trying to contact Brewer. We need to brainstorm a way to get this information to her. I’m pinging a bunch of people. If they can ping everybody they know who cares about this issue maybe we can find somebody with insight on how to get this message to Brewer.


46 posted on 04/18/2011 5:42:15 AM PDT by butterdezillion (.)
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To: butterdezillion

Let them file lawsuits, then take this to the Supreme Court..


47 posted on 04/18/2011 5:47:24 AM PDT by American Constitutionalist (The fool has said in his heart, " there is no GOD " ..)
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To: American Constitutionalist

That can only happen if Brewer signs it, and I read an article where she was saying that at first glance it looked to her like the bill was unconstitutional. We need to get access to her so she can hear why the critical part of the bill is absolutely constitutional, and for the sake of that part she needs to sign it. The parts she has qualms about will be hashed out in the courts and only what is Constitutional will stand, but the one part that matters is clearly Constitutional - the part grantng legal standing to legal residents and to Arizona lawmakers.


48 posted on 04/18/2011 5:56:11 AM PDT by butterdezillion (.)
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To: UCFRoadWarrior

Here is a connection between Trumpand Soros:

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2004-10-28/news/0410280265_1_donald-trump-soros-fund-management-blackacre-institutional-capital-management


49 posted on 04/26/2011 7:10:32 PM PDT by drmer
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