What about our Constitution, life, liberty, peace and prosperity?:
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Media finally paying attention to eligibility?
See which major networks plan on covering Cold Case Posse results
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Poll after poll in recent months has
indicated that Americans have a high level of concern over Barack
Obama’s eligibility to be president, with one poll showing fully half of
the nation wants Congress to investigate the question. But reporters for the traditional media – networks, major newspapers,
major news corporations and conglomerates – mostly have giggled when
talk turns to the serious question of just what the U.S. Constitution
requires of presidents. Nevertheless, media organizations from all political persuasions are
seeking admittance to a news conference to be held by Sheriff Joe Arpaio
of Maricopa County, Ariz. The event is tomorrow at 1 p.m. Mountain Standard Time in Phoenix, 3 p.m. Eastern, and will be live-streamed by WND. The topic of discussion will be an investigation by Arpaio’s Cold
Case Posse into concerns about Obama’s eligibility. It’s the first time
an official law enforcement report has addressed many of the allegations
about the presumptive 2012 Democratic nominee for president.
The issues include Obama’s eligibility under the U.S. Constitution’s
requirements, questions about his use of a Connecticut Social Security
number and the image of his purported birth certificate from Hawaii.
Expected are reporters from the Associated Press, Reuters, Univision,
the Washington Times and NBC, CBS and ABC affiliates, as well statewide
radio networks, among many others. Because of the circumstances, a decision was made to hold the press
conference at the sheriff’s training center on the outskirts of Phoenix,
rather than at the downtown office. The event is expected to draw protesters who object to the sheriff’s
office review of allegations that Obama may attempt to use a fraudulent
document to have his name placed on the 2012 presidential election
ballot in Arizona. Without releasing any details, Arpaio has said the findings “could be a shock.” He constituted a special five-member law enforcement posse last year
to investigate allegations brought by members of the Surprise, Ariz.,
Tea Party that the Obama birth certificate released to the public by the
White House on April 27 might be a forgery. The posse is made up of three former law enforcement officers and two
retired attorneys with law enforcement experience.
Members have been
examining evidence since September concerning Obama’s eligibility to be
president under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution, which requires
a president to be a natural-born citizen. Among other issues, there also have been allegations of Obama’s use
of a Social Security number that corresponds to a Connecticut address,
even though the president apparently had no links there. WND earlier reported a
private investigation found that the Social Security number being used
by Obama does not pass a check with E-Verify, the electronic system the
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services of the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security has created to verify whether or not someone is
authorized to work legally in the country. Arpaio’s investigation is the first official law enforcement look at
the allegations surrounding Obama’s eligibility.
Many of the private
investigators who have examined it contend there are too many
questionable circumstances to believe that everything regarding Obama is
above-board. Arpaio previously told WND that when he launched his Cold Case Posse it was with the possibility that he would clear Obama. He said it wasn’t an issue he could ignore, after 250 members of the
tea party organization “came to me and asked their sheriff to
investigate Obama and the birth certificate.” SIGN UP NOW TO GET FREE COPY OF ARPAIO REPORT AS SOON AS IT IS DISTRIBUTED TO PRESS MARCH 1. The WND TV live-streaming coverage of the news conference Thursday is possible through the support of the Western Center for Journalism. The decisions in dozens of court cases over the last few years
questioning Obama’s eligibility were typified by a recent decision in
Georgia in which several individuals filed challenges to Obama’s name on
the 2012 ballot and provided evidence to a hearing officer. Even though Obama and his lawyer deliberately snubbed the case – the
lawyer wrote the judge a letter in advance telling him Obama would not
attend – the judge threw out the evidence presented by several attorneys
and ruled in favor of Obama. Similar ballot challenges are being filed in a long list of other states already. The Arpaio investigators were given the case following a meeting held in the sheriff’s office Aug. 17, 2011, with tea party representatives from Surprise, Ariz.,
who presented a petition signed by more than 250 Maricopa County
The petitioners expressed concern that their voting rights
could be irreparably compromised if Obama uses a forged birth
certificate to be placed on the 2012 presidential ballot in Arizona or
otherwise is found to be ineligible. The tea party letter formally stated the following charge: “The
Surprise Tea Party is concerned that no law enforcement agency or other
duly constituted government agency has conducted an investigation into
the Obama birth certificate to determine if it is in fact an authentic
copy of 1961 birth records on file for Barack Obama at the Hawaii
Department of Health in Honolulu, or whether it, or they are forgeries.” The posse was constituted as a 501(c)3 organization, designed to cost
the people of Maricopa County nothing, while enabling people from
around the country to contribute to its mission. Those wishing to send a tax-deductible contribution directly to the
Cold Case Posse may do so by mailing a check or money order to: MCSO
Cold Case Posse, P.O. Box 74374, Phoenix, AZ 85087. WND has reported that dozens of experts with varying ranges of
competency who have looked at the situation believe the birth
documentation image released by Obama last year is not genuine. A flying-banner and billboard campaign to let people know about the
questions regarding eligibility that was started by WND CEO and Editor
Joseph Farah also has raised the public’s awareness of the situation. Farah wrote recently that the underlying question to be determined
is whether the U.S. Constitution remains the law of the land, or
whether it has become “an archaic old document that needs to be
amended.” “At its core, it’s really quite simple: Does Article II, Section 1 of
the Constitution dealing with who can serve as president of the United
States simply mean that any citizen age 35 or older is eligible?
why did the founders use a different term altogether – ‘natural born
What is a ‘natural born citizen’?
Is it anyone born in the
If so, why have candidates born outside the
United States been deemed eligible?
Do we owe it to America’s future to
go back in history to determine what that term actually means? “Until now, as hard as it may be to believe, no official vetting of
Obama’s credentials has been done – not by the 50 secretaries of state
who oversee elections, not by the Federal Elections Commission that
administers the nation’s elections laws, not by the Electoral College,
not by any judge in America, not by Congress, not by anyone,” he
continued. Even before the results become public, Farah said he’s confident there will be a significant impact. “I strongly believe it could be a game-changer,” he said...
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