“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor
prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively,
or to the people.”
2008 Presidential Election
An Indonesian citizen, an illegal alien, with strong ties to corruption
in Chicago, Illinois and the Middle East, has apparently won the US
general election. Barack Obama, who stole the nomination for the Democrat
Party using tactics of diversions, lies, illegal campaign donations,
voter fraud and help from idiots like Nancy Pelosi and Howard Dean, is
trying to steal the election. State officials, lacking in integrity
and knowledge of the US Constitution, and federal and state laws, allowed
Obama to remain on the ballot despite warnings and compelling evidence
that Obama is an Indonesian citizen, and no legal evidence that Obama is
a US citizen. These state officials will have a day of reckoning and will
be subject to removal from office and/or prosecution.
Now we come to the safeguards put in place by our wise founding fathers.
In the forefront is the Electoral College. The general election does not
elect a president. It echoes the will of the general population and serves
as a guideline for the Electoral College Electors to vote. State laws vary
on how the Electors must vote. However, two things are certain:
- The Electoral College was set up to protect the American public from
unwise choices and in the words of Delegate Gerry on July 19, 1787:
“The people are uninformed, and would be misled by a few designing men.”
- Electoral College Electors swear an oath to uphold the US Constitution. Voting for a presidential candidate, faced with compelling evidence that the candidate is not eligible to be president, would be a severe violation of constitutional law. The US Constitution rules. 24 potential Electors have stated that they were filing suit demanding evidence of Obama’s eligibility.
What happens next.
Philip J Berg still has his appeal before the US Supreme Court. Mr. Berg
has the burden of proof and standing. This is a safeguard built into
lawsuits. Philip J Berg has done an outstanding job of trying to prevent
a constitutional crisis. The Democrat party, the states and federal judges
have put aside his plea to uphold the Constitution. The Judges, restrained
by lawsuit protocol, have some excuse. This does not relieve anyone
charged with upholding the Constitution of their responsibility.
More lawsuits and voting challenges will occur, more Electoral College
Electors will become involved and I strongly believe this country will
be thrust into chaos, if not anarchy, for several months. Some combination
of the Supreme Court, Federal court, state courts and Electors demanding
proof of citizenship will come into play.
What can you do?
Read up on the election process, starting on this blog, and demand that your State Electoral College Electors uphold the Constitution. Follow the efforts of Philip J Berg and others to demand that the US Constitution be upheld. Regardless of any concession speeches by John McCain, we cannot allow Obama, an illegal alien, to be elected and innaugurated.
I will leave you with a quote by Alexander Hamilton who, like many of the founding fathers, was “afraid a tyrant could manipulate public opinion and come to power.” Hamilton wrote in the Federalist Papers:
“It was equally desirable, that the immediate election should be made by men most capable of analyzing the qualities adapted to the station, and acting under circumstances favorable to deliberation, and to a judicious combination of all the reasons and inducements which were proper to govern their choice. A small number of persons, selected by their fellow-citizens from the general mass, will be most likely to possess the information and discernment requisite to such complicated investigations. It was also peculiarly desirable to afford as little opportunity as possible to tumult and disorder. This evil was not least to be dreaded in the election of a magistrate, who was to have so important an agency in the administration of the government as the President of the United States. But the precautions which have been so happily concerted in the system under consideration, promise an effectual security against this mischief.”