Skip to comments.Obama’s ineligibility: Choosing political expediency over defending the Constitution
Posted on 04/19/2011 7:13:17 AM PDT by Ordinary_American
Note to the Republican leadership if you continue to shield Barack Hussein Obama, knowing that he is ineligible for the Presidency and has possibly committed fraud and felony conspiracy, then, you are welcome to him for a second term. I will not stand with you.
In my opinion, many Republicans have violated their oaths of office to support and defend the Constitution. Because of their cowardice or complicity in hiding the truth from the American people, there was a major failure to uphold the law. For that reason, they have forfeited their privilege to represent me.
Compared to Obama, other government officials have been called to account for far lesser presumed infractions of the law.
As Thomas Paine wrote:
Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice.
According to the Constitution, the narrative of the 14th Amendment, the Supreme Court case of Minor v. Happersett (1874), other legal opinions and precedence, Obama has never been eligible for the presidency because he does not meet the requirements of natural born citizenship i.e. someone born in the US of citizen parents at the time of birth.
It is the simplest and most irrefutable argument to make regarding Obamas ineligibility for the Presidency.
Republican elected officials: how much evidence do you need before you take the appropriate action?
In addition to Obamas clear Constitutional ineligibility, there are an ample number of apparent inconsistencies in Obamas personal history to warrant a Congressional investigation.
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I’ve often wondered why those cheerleading the hardest for the constitution, Beck, Levin, etc., aren’t much interested in
what the constitution has to say about eligibility.
I’ve wondered the exact same thing. It makes anything else they have to say null and void. It is why I turned them all off more than 3 years ago.
The title alone here hits the nail squarely on the head, and drives it home to the core.
Communists in our elected government knew this before they selected Obama.
Republicans don’t want to touch this because it represents too much pain.
Obama and the democrats have a much better handle on what republicans WON’T do than what they CAN DO themselves.
Don't forget to copy that to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, who cheerfully swore him in TWICE.
This should bring out all the so-called Con Freepers and Trump-Haters/Conspiracy Theorists out of the woodworks, after all--though he has single-handedly (REGARDLESS OF MOTIVE(S)) brought this issue to the forefront, to the point that even the State-Run Lame Stream Media (much to their chagrin and mostly ridicule Trump) to report on Dear Leader's eligibility--they care not a whit and will continue to demonize him and suggest he is some sort of evil doer lib who is secretly working to divide/destroy the Tea Party while REALLY working to re-elect Dear Leader.
You go Donald!!!
Ever try to phone them and ask them?
We are witnessing a perfect political storm where the inside the beltway cult of collective power has collided with financial ruin and then run into uncontrolled media.
There would be no problem with the abuse of our tax dollars by politicians buying votes and power hadn't come to a head. This trend started in the 1960’s when the social security trust fund was opened up to political use.
There would be no problem if the media was tightly controlled by self-censorship. The media's self-censorship became obvious in the Kennedy administration.
In short this political storm is NOT the sole result of Obama and his administration. It has been building for the last 50 odd years. Obama is as substantial as the wind driven foam at the top of a 50 foot storm wave.
From p.14 "Conspiracy Theories" by CASS R. SUNSTEIN
II. Governmental Responses
What can government do about conspiracy theories? Among the things it can do, what should it do? We can readily imagine a series of possible responses: (1)Government might ban conspiracy theorizing. (2) Government might impose some kind of tax, financial or otherwise, on those who disseminate such theories. (3) Government might itself engage in counterspeech, marshaling arguments to discredit conspiracy theories. (4) Government might formally hire credible private parties to engage in counterspeech. (5 Government might engage in informal communication with such parties, encouraging them to help. Each instrument has a distinctive set of potential effects, or costs and benefits, and each will have a place under imaginable conditions.
However, our main policy idea is that government should engage in cognitive infiltration of the groups that produce conspiracy theories, which involves a mix of (3), (4) and (5).
QED, I think, and greetings to all paid trolls and Obots!
Unfortunately it is a glaring example of what we are dealing with, we are not even able to get those who are in power to live within the constitution, and they do not want to be held the that standard because if the truth be known, the federal government would be illegal as it stands..The power was meant to be weilded by the states and granted to the federal government for specific purposes, national defense etc, the federal government was not supposed to be a taxing body, that way their power was limited in the founding fathers vision..
So far Trump is the only person on the planet who draws any water who’s had the cajones to say anything. This works for me too, anybody wanting to go on covering up the idea that we have a Kenyan slammite in the whitehouse can go **** himself.
“Ive often wondered why those cheerleading the hardest for the constitution, Beck, Levin, etc., arent much interested in what the constitution has to say about eligibility.”
The issue is radioactive because the facts are squishy and Obama’s flacks can crush any individual that gets too close for comfort. That’s why we need a guy like Trump to do the heavy lifting: he is not intimidated by anyone and has the money and gumshoes to dig up the truth. We will have to wait & see what kind of skeletons they uncover.
Those charged with defending The Constitution - congress and the scotus - lack backbone. Unfortunately, they reflect today’s society.
This is good becaus the title is all most FReepers read before commenting anyway.
What it comes right down to is that no one is willing to risk their lives, fortunes, or sacred honor any more.
guilty (sometimes to lots of times)
“What it comes right down to is that no one is willing to risk their lives, fortunes, or sacred honor any more.”
Don’t be too sure - it’s still too early to tell. Right now we are going about changie in a civilized way, meaning discussing issues and voting in elections. I see many Patriots preparing for WTSHTF.
Beck and Levin talk a big game, but talk is cheap. They are afraid of the left.