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“Why has Obama, for over 2 years, employed numerous private and government attorneys to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans
“Live free or die.”…New Hampshire state motto
The mainstream media and the US Justice Department have been protecting Obama since 2008. In the LTC Terry Lakin Court Martial last year, Judge Denise Lind addressed the opening up of evidence about Obama’s eligibility in this manner: “opening up such evidence could be an “embarrassment” to the president.” An embarassment means that he is not president.
More states are addresing the issue of vetting presidential candidates during the election cycle. New Hampshire is one of those states.
From the New Hampshire Journal March 9, 2011.
“Presidential candidates who want to be on New Hampshire’s primary ballot next year may have to produce a birth certificate under a proposal being brought before a state House committee.
Election Law Chairman David Bates said his committee will consider a bill Wednesday to require candidates to provide a birth certificate and affidavit swearing they are at least 35 years old and have lived in the United States for 14 years, as called for in the U.S. Constitution to qualify for the presidency.
“They need to produce a certified copy of the long form of their birth certificate and an affidavit swearing to residency,” the Windham Republican said Tuesday.
New Hampshire holds the earliest presidential primaries and takes pride that its voters help launch contenders toward the White House.
Bates said the purpose of the bill is to ensure that only those truly qualified for the presidency are on the ballot. He emphasized that the measure was not aimed at President Barack Obama, and said he may seek to make the bill effective in 2013 after the next election. If New Hampshire sought to make the requirement effective immediately, “then we’ll have a circus,” he predicted.
Meanwhile, House Republican Leader D.J. Bettencourt issued a statement against the measure.
“It is unnecessary and detracts from important business, namely our economy,” he said. “Moreover, this potential amendment could represent a threat to our first in the nation primary as it gives other states reason and desire to try to jump us in line.””
” If New Hampshire sought to make the requirement effective immediately, “then we’ll have a circus,””
“It is unnecessary and detracts from important business”
“Live free or die.”….I don’t think so!
Uphold your oath and duty or get the hell out of office!
From Macon.com March 2, 2011.
“A bill signed by 94 state House members would require all presidential and vice presidential candidates to present a birth certificate to the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office before they can be put on the statewide ballot.
The Presidential Eligibility Assurance Act, House Bill 401, would demand of each candidate a long-form birth certificate, a sworn statement that the candidate has never been a citizen of another country and a confirmation that the candidate has lived in the U.S. for the previous 14 years.
During the 2008 presidential elections, allegations were raised that then-candidate Barack Obama was not a U.S. citizen, which spurred him to release documentation from Hawaii confirming his birth in that state.
Rep. Mark Hatfield, R-Waycross, the lead author on the bill, is skeptical of the documentation.
The document is a certificate of live birth from the state of Hawaii, valid for use in court proceedings and is considered by Hawaii a legitimate birth certificate.
But Hatfield called on Obama to release the actual piece of paper issued at his 1961 birth.
“I’m saying I don’t know where Obama was born,” said Hatfield. “It’s not just an Obama question.
It seeks to fill the void left by Congress” in enforcing Article II of the Constitution on presidential eligibility.”
An update from Birther Report March 11, 2011.
“GA House Bill HB401 presidential eligibility bill will be changed to protect Obama from having to comply in the 2012 presidential election. Effective date to be changed to July 2013, after the 2012 presidential election. This was announced by GA Rep Hatfield on a radio show appearance last night. Contact GA Rep Hatfield for more details on his proposed language changes to GA HB401.”
From commenter da verg on March 11, 2011.
people listen up
need a massive run for the GA house leadership, here is response i got back
from rep supporting the bill
Please understand that I am dealing with recalcitrant leadership which will not allow the bill to move through the committee process. We are trying to get the bill dislodged from subcommittee, and this proposal was made in an attempt to get the House leadership to allow the bill to be considered. The bill would not be required to stay in this form, but we have to try something to get the bill moving. If we don’t get some movement right away, the bill will be dead for the year. You don’t need to convince me that Obama needs to be subject to a law requiring proof of eligibility; I believe it wholeheartedly and have been actively advocating for it for years. Your efforts would be better spent contacting the leadership of the Georgia House and demanding that the bill be allowed to move. Nothing short of massive public outcry is going to get their attention it seems. I would appreciate your efforts and continued support of the bill.”
Georgia of all places. What the hell is wrong with people in this country!