Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required

Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required

“Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense,  to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans

I recently questioned General Colin Powell’s patriotism and asked if he is a traitor. Despite overwhelming evidence that Obama has not presented a legitimate birth certificate and in fact has taken part in a conspiracy to deceive the American people by presenting a fraudulent image on WhiteHouse.gov, General Powell covers for Obama, a usurper.

I certainly will not refrain from questioning members of Congress.

Congressman Howard Coble of NC and his office have been informed of the Obama eligibility issues as well as ties to Chicago corruption. I will be following up with them shortly.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia has exhibited a concern for upholding the US Constitution and has cosponsored a presidential eligibility bill.

From the Bob Goodlatte Biography:

“Bob Goodlatte began his tenth term representing the Sixth Congressional District of Virginia in 2011.

Bob’s service to the people of the Sixth District began in 1977 when he became District Director for former Congressman Caldwell Butler. He served in this position for two years until 1979, and was responsible for helping folks across the District seeking assistance with or encountering problems from various federal agencies. In 1979, he founded his own private law practice in Roanoke. He was a partner in the law firm of Bird, Kinder and Huffman, working there from 1981 until taking office.

In January 2011, Bob was elected to serve as the Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet.  This Committee will be at the forefront of some of the most significant issues of our day.  The jurisdiction of the subcommittee includes copyright, patent, trademark law, the Internet and information technology, innovation issues and antitrust matters.  Additionally, Bob serves on the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security.

Bob has been an active member of the House Judiciary Committee since arriving in Congress.  The jurisdiction of the Judiciary Committee is well-suited to many of Bob’s legislative priorities such as protecting Constitutional rights including private property and Second Amendment rights, securing our borders through immigration reform, strengthening our criminal laws, decreasing health care costs through medical malpractice reform and oversight of the Judicial branch.  One of Bob’s top legislative initiatives is his Constitutional amendment to require a balanced federal budget so that Congress will be forced to control spending.  The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over all proposed amendments to the Constitution.”

http://goodlatte.house.gov/about/

From the Washington Times December 27, 2010.

“Under a rule proposed by Rep. Robert Goodlatte (R-Va.), the U.S. Constitution will be read in Congress on Jan. 6. While it isn’t a bad idea, it seems a little like reading the Ten Commandments to an adulterer caught stealing his neighbor’s ox on the Sabbath.

The problem isn’t that members of Congress don’t know what’s in the Constitution (some probably don’t) but that they don’t care.

Any member of Congress who hasn’t already read the Constitution carefully is pathetic, but Washington is full of pathetic politicians. We shouldn’t be surprised. America is full of voters who haven’t read the Constitution, either. Until “we the people” take an interest in the document, we’ll continue to elect men and women who feel free to ignore it.”

Read more:

http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/stimulus/2010/dec/27/goodlatte-brings-constitution-congress/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_politics-governmentcdx

From the Congressman Bob Goodlatte site:

“JUDICIARY COMMITTEE PASSES GOODLATTE BILLS TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL SECURITY AND STRENGTHEN OUR LAWS AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT”

“July 21, 2011 4:35 PM The Judiciary Committee passed two separate bills introduced by Congressman Bob Goodlatte.”

“The House Judiciary Committee also passed H.R. 2552, the Identity Theft Improvement Act, legislation introduced by Congressman Goodlatte.  This bipartisan legislation will strengthen the federal criminal laws punishing identity theft.” 

“Goodlatte continued, Identity theft occurs when someone intentionally and unlawfully uses identity documents that are not his own.  Our federal statutes should reflect this reality.  My legislation will provide the clarification needed to help prosecutors put identity thieves behind bars and will help safeguard American citizens from identity-related crimes.” 

http://goodlatte.house.gov/2011/07/judiciary-committee-passes-goodlatte-bills-to-protect-our-national-security-and-strengthen-our-laws.shtml

Congressman Bob Goodlatte was a cosponsor of  H.R.1503, Presidential Eligibility Act.

“Official Summary

3/12/2009–Introduced.

Amends the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 to require the principal campaign committee of a candidate for election to the Office of President to include with the committee’s statement of organization a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate, together with such other documentation as may be necessary to establish that the candidate meets the qualifications for eligibility to the Office of President under the Constitution.”

http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1503/show

From From The Trenches World report June 24, 2011.

“Obama’s Phony Birth Certificate – Congressman Bob Goodlatte Acknowledges Problems – Now What?”

“Could it be that members of Congress are finally reacting to possibly one of the largest frauds in the history of America? Patriotic Americans, be assured that at least one member of Congress cares enough about the Constitution of the United States, to at least acknowledge a problem with Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama’s birth certificate nightmare, not to mention the legality of his social security number.

It has taken until now to finally receive some reasonable feedback from a member of Congress to at least acknowledge there is a problem. Hopefully, as more evidence continues to flood members of Congress, the appropriate oversight committees will spring into action. How soon these people will actually move is another story, as the implications will be enormous.

At least there is some communication from Congress acknowledging the problem so many patriotic Americans are questioning. Surprisingly, we read in the letter that there is no official agency that verifies the president-elects eligibility, something that I find unconscionable, as this American president has presided over some of the worst times in recent history.

A constituent received this letter from Congressman Goodlatte:

“Dear Mr. Haskins:

Thank you for contacting me regarding the recent release of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate. It is good to hear from you.

As you know, the Constitution establishes the qualifications of President of the United States. Only a natural born citizen, at least 35 years of age, and having resided in the United States for at least 14 years is eligible for the Office of President.

A President-elect’s eligibility has traditionally been verified by public record and vetting done by the parties. It is crucial that any President-elect meet the eligibility criteria as determined by the U.S. Constitution and provide the necessary assurances of eligibility.

Currently, there is no office or agency that certifies a President-elect’s eligibility for the office. However, I believe that there should be a more formal process of review and validation as a matter of routine certification of candidates. The Office of the Presidency is undermined if Americans don’t have confidence that the candidates for the highest office in the land are qualified for the position as required by the Constitution.

As you know, President Obama recently released to the public the long-form version of his birth certificate. Since then, concerns have been raised about the validity of the birth certificate as well as the claim that the President has been using a Social Security Number previously issued to another person. These concerns have been raised with the relevant oversight committees in the Congress and if there is enough evidence and more experts reach the same conclusions then these claims will lead to an investigation.

During the last Congress I co-sponsored legislation which would require the principal campaign committee of any candidate for election to the Office of President to include with the committee’s statement of organization a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate and any other documentation necessary to establish that the candidate meets the qualifications for eligibility to the Office of President under the Constitution. This legislation would ensure that proof of eligibility is provided by candidates before each Presidential election.

While the issue of eligibility has come up in past elections, including whether Chester Arthur (our 20th President succeeding to the office upon the death of James Garfield) was born in the U. S. or Canada, never has the issue arisen as to the eligibility of both major party candidates as it did in 2008 with regard to both John McCain and Barack Obama. The public discussion, controversy, uncertainty and the undermining of the Presidency can all be avoided by a routine requirement that future candidates establish their eligibility under the Constitution.

The United States is a nation based on the rule of law. The Constitution clearly sets forth the qualifications for the Office of President, Members of the House and Senate, and members of the federal Judiciary. Any circumvention of these Constitutional requirements would be a slap in the face to the rule of law and our very Democracy. I believe that our Constitution is a solemn contract between the American people and their government. I will continue to work to ensure its terms are adhered to by all elected and appointed government officials.

Again, thanks for the benefit of your comments. Please feel free to contact me whenever I may be of assistance.

Sincerely,

Bob Goodlatte
Member of Congress””

Read more:
http://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/obamas-phony-birth-certificate-%E2%80%93-congressman-bob-goodlatte-acknowledges-problems-now-what/5151

Congressman Goodlatte wrote:

“As you know, President Obama recently released to the public the long-form version of his birth certificate. Since then, concerns have been raised about the validity of the birth certificate as well as the claim that the President has been using a Social Security Number previously issued to another person. These concerns have been raised with the relevant oversight committees in the Congress and if there is enough evidence and more experts reach the same conclusions then these claims will lead to an investigation.”

I will be following up on this statement to determine what the status of the “relevant oversight committees” is.

83 responses to “Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required

  1. http://newmexicoindependent.com/68154/media-outlets-speculate-about-martinez-as-2012-national-candidate

    The Albuquerque Journal cited Politics Daily writer Matthew Lewis who wrote earlier this week, “My very premature prediction is that [Florida Senator-elect Marco] Rubio and Martinez are already on the short list for vice presidential picks in 2012.”

  2. What good is there in requiring that a candidate submit a birth certificate when those charged with vetting him/her are slack in their duties?

  3. Obama’s a loser. Even the Dems and their sycophantic lame-stream media are beginning to see it. They are in a panic! Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann own the polls. There is less than six months for them to come up with a viable candidate. Who?

    WHO, indeed! HILLARY. of course.

    Hillary is a natural. after all, she was “co-president” in the Bubba Regime….. and she hasn’t pissed anybody off for almost three years now. On top of that, Americans have short memories and have mostly forgotten that she is every bit the Marxist that her present employer is.

    There is already a YouTube ad touting her 2012 candidacy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJKLdqO32E8&feature=player_embedded

    And at her website, http://www.hillaryclinton.com/ , we find the following subliminal message:

    “As we take the next steps in our journey, I know you’ll be right there with me, as always, in my heart and by my side.

    Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless America”

    – Hillary Rodham Clinton

    Don’t let her invoking the name of God fool you. Hitler’s Nazis claimed to be Christians, too.

    On a clear night, you can hear jackboots marching.

  4. You wanted real dirt on Rick Perry? Here is just a small taste. Rick Perry grants tax breaks contracts and appointees to donors
    Two years ago, John McHale, an entrepreneur from Austin, Tex., who has given millions of dollars to Democratic candidates and causes, did something very unusual for him: he wrote a $50,000 check to a Republican candidate, Rick Perry, then seeking a third full term as governor of Texas. In September 2010, he did it again, catapulting himself into the top ranks of Mr. Perry’s donors.

    Other political news of note

    Mr. McHale, a Perry spokesman said after the initial donation, “understands Governor Perry’s leadership has made Texas a good place to do business.”

    Including, it turned out, for Mr. McHale’s business interests and partners. In May 2010 an economic development fund administered by the governor’s office handed $3 million to G-Con, a pharmaceutical start-up that Mr. McHale helped get off the ground. At least two other executives with connections to the firm had also given Mr. Perry tens of thousands of dollars.

    More : http://www.hermancainforums.com/index.php/topic,511.0.html

  5. Thank you Congressman Goodlatte…..please, in the future, set with your back toward the wall.

    Now would you please give a statement to this effect from the floor of the House of Representatives followed by a full and OPEN investigation, and let the chips fall where they may.

    Then watch the congressmen and women scurry for cover. Nancy Pelosi will be at the head of the line, trying on her new black and white, pen stripped suit compliments of the federal prison system. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving person.

    What is it Obama is always saying? “Only the people who don’t believe in transparency have something to hide”.

  6. Pattie | August 21, 2011 at 4:59 pm |

    For Hillary to win the demRat Primary she will have to get bo indicted in multiple County Courts throughout the US so that would be a good thing.

    But all the Perry/Martinez Campaign will have to do to beat Hillary is show her kissing bo on National TV and remind everyone of her failures and scandals (WikiLeaks, Eygpt, Libya, Israel etc.) as Secretary of State.

  7. http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2011/08/21/2011-08-21_rick_perrys_more_texan_than_george_w_bush_and_thats_why_hes_a_2012_force_to_be_r.html

    He’s self-made. Though Perry was lieutenant governor to Bush’s governor, his political career actually predates Bush’s. He has held office in Texas for more than a quarter of a century. That gives him a different network of loyalists and supporters – and a different cast of critics.

    He’s shrewd. When you’re looking at a guy who’s never lost an election, and rarely had a close one, you have to wonder why he might be charmed. It’s not just luck. Perry has an instinct for what he needs to do to win.

    Interestingly, he doesn’t do more than it takes to win. In past elections, we haven’t seen him trying to build a bigger tent, or professing an interest in bipartisan behavior.

    He’s an optimist. On the stump, Perry naturally exudes a sort of Reaganesque sunniness that you can almost feel candidates like Mitt Romney reaching to manufacture. He doesn’t tell people to have hope; he tells them to get going. He speaks of voters being “frustrated” rather than embattled. At 61, he still relishes a challenge, and as his rivals for the nomination circle around him, he’ll greet them with indomitable self-confidence.

    He’s been successful. Rivals will drag every piece of Perry’s record to the light, and there is plenty worth exposing. But no one can argue he’s all hat and no cattle. More than a decade of governing a huge state has given him lots of talking points too. As his campaign keeps mentioning, since June 2009, 40% of America’s net new jobs have been created in Texas. Last week Paul Krugman tried to reduce that “Texas miracle” to the status of myth – but while we can question how much credit Perry deserves for the employment explosion, the data aren’t debatable.

    He’s conservative. Really. Bush rose to prominence as a kind of right-wing Bill Clinton, a political triangulator who would build the base and reshape the Republican brand via “compassionate conservativism.” His presidency brought an expansive new federal education law, No Child Left Behind, as well as a costly new prescription drug benefit under Medicare.

    Perry has explicitly rejected this path. As governor, for the most part, he has met budget shortfalls with cuts. He is a staunch critic of federal programs such as No Child Left Behind, on the grounds that they are intrusive.

    In his 2010 book “Fed Up!” he was explicit: “The branding of compassionate conservatism meant that the GOP was sending the wrong signal that conservatism alone wasn’t sufficient or, worse yet, was somehow flawed and had to be rebranded.”

    To be sure, Perry has backed down when the public demands it. He railed against stimulus money, for example, but he accepted it. Another case concerns his 2007 order mandating that girls receive a vaccine against HPV, a virus that causes cervical cancer. That angered both left and right, and the legislature overturned the order. Last weekend, Perry explained that he hadn’t done his research. “One of the things I do pride myself on, I listen,” he added.

    This is the man America is getting to know. Perry’s potential to capture the Republican imagination says a lot about his talents. But it says even more about how the GOP itself has changed in the past 10 years – from a party rebranding itself to build on Bill Clinton’s domestic policy successes to one that’s rejecting not only the last few years under President Obama, but the eight years of Republican rule prior.

    http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2011/08/rick_perry_leads_in_poll_of_li.html

    According to the poll by Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research, 30 percent are backing the newest GOP candidate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, while 16 percent support U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn; and 15 percent prefer former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

  8. Gov Rick Perry is the only candidate that the obots are attacking, but they claim that bo wants to run against Perry, BS the obots would not be singling out and attacking Perry, if they weren’t afraid of him. It is obvious that Romney is the demRats dream candidate since he is the only one that they don’t attack eventhough he was the frontrunner for months.

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    http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perry-energizes-conservative-153900492.html

    Rick Perry entered the race to become the presidential nominee for the Republican Party on Aug. 13 and he is already crushing front-runner Mitt Romney in the polls. Romney was a clear-cut leader among most Republican voters before Perry entered the fray but now Rasmussen is reporting Perry holds a double-digit lead on Romney after just a few days on the campaign trail.

    Perry is pounding the podium and energizing the conservative debate with his take no prisoners philosophy. He is pummeling President Barack Obama’s liberal agenda much like Ronald Reagan lashed out at Jimmy Carter in 1980.

  9. http://blogs.ajc.com/political-insider-jim-galloway/2011/08/19/channel-2-poll-rick-perry-takes-a-quick-lead-in-georgia/?cxntfid=blogs_political_insider_jim_galloway

    Political Insider Channel 2 poll: Rick Perry takes a quick lead in Georgia

    A fresh poll by Channel 2 Action News and InsiderAdvantage shows Texas Gov. Rick Perry coming out of the chute strong in Georgia, with nearly a quarter of the Republican vote after only a week in the 2012 presidential campaign.

    More from Lori Geary and company when available, but here are the basics:

    – Rick Perry, 24 percent;

    – Herman Cain, 15 percent;

    – Newt Gingrich, 9 percent;

    – Michele Bachmann, 8 percent;

    – Mitt Romney, 6 percent;

    – Ron Paul, 5 percent;

    – Jon Huntsman, 1 percent;

    – And other candidates, 4 percent;

  10. Free Speech…..
    RUBIO IS LIKE OBAMA IN ONE RESPECT…..NOT AN NBC,,,NOT NOW…NOT EVER….

    If the Supreme Law of our country (the Constitution) is good enough for us to demand OBAMA provided his natural-born status …then that same Constitution demands RUBIO also be a natural-born citizen.

    We cannot “cherry-pick” the NBC clause of this document, no matter how well we think Rubio would be as a future President, or Vice-President,

    According to the Constitution, Senator Rubio cannot be a Vice-President . I think Senator Rubio knows this. I also think Senator Rubio knows Obama cannot legally hold the office he holds either, but he isn’t brave enough to say any thing about it.

  11. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/21/us/21ttenergy.html

    In the opening days of his presidential campaign, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas has railed against a favorite target, the Environmental Protection Agency, and declared himself a “skeptic” on the subject of humans as the cause of global warming.

    If Mr. Perry wins the White House, his national energy policy will focus on cutting federal regulations, especially at the E.P.A., his spokesman, Mark Miner, said.

    “The governor’s energy priorities will be centered around scaling back the E.P.A.’s intrusive, misguided and job-killing policies, which will empower states to foster their own energy resources without crippling mandates and open the doors for our nation to pursue and strengthen an all-of-the-above energy approach,” Mr. Miner wrote in an e-mail.

    “America is rich in energy resources, both traditional and renewable, and those resources should all be utilized so we can decrease our dependence on foreign energy sources and help generate greater job growth, which our nation desperately needs.”

    To unpack what this means, it is worth reviewing Mr. Perry’s record on energy, a huge driver of the Texas economy. One theme that Mr. Perry often emphasizes, and that Mr. Miner suggested would help shape a nationwide policy, has been energy diversification. Over Mr. Perry’s decade as governor, natural gas drilling has surged, and wind last year supplied nearly 8 percent of the electricity on the Texas grid, up from less than 1 percent in 2000, when Mr. Perry took office. The state’s first biomass power plant began operating this month, and, contrary to the national trend, Mr. Perry has also backed construction of new coal-fired power plants.

    States’ rights are another Perry talking point, and he has spoken out against federal constraints on coal, oil and gas, as well as against federal policies to aid ethanol.

    Many of the changes — the gas and wind booms, for example — might have happened with or without the governor. But he has had a hand in advancing them.

    Oil and Gas

    Unlike many past Texas governors, including George W. Bush, Mr. Perry is not an oilman. But the oil and gas industries have applauded his policies. Mostly, of course, drillers like Texas’ low-tax, low-regulation environment, which Mr. Perry did not create but has maintained. Oilmen cheered his call to end the Obama administration’s moratorium on new deepwater drilling after the Gulf of Mexico was damaged by last year’s BP oil spill, which Mr. Perry suggested was an “act of God.”

    Natural gas drilling has exploded during Mr. Perry’s tenure, with Texas production climbing 28 percent between 2000 and 2010. That is mainly because of the expansion of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, the process of sending water, sand and chemicals underground to break up shale and release gas or oil. Fracking, however, has stirred concerns about groundwater and air pollution.

    Mr. Perry has spoken out in support of fracking. Last week in Iowa, he accused the Obama administration of “trying to scare people, and saying that hydraulic fracking somehow or another is going to damage the groundwater.” He said that e knew of no cases in which fracking had affected groundwater and that ample natural gas might even be lying beneath Iowa.

    This summer Mr. Perry signed a bill that required disclosure of many chemicals in the fracking process. State Representative Jim Keffer, Republican of Eastland and the bill’s champion, said that while the governor was “not that involved” in the legislative process, “certainly at times where we needed a little push here and there, his staff was willing and able to do that.”

    Mr. Perry also signed a bill in 2003 that made permanent (quietly, critics argue) a reduction in the severance tax paid on “high-cost gas,” which includes gas retrieved through fracking.

    The gas industry is a fan. “He’s been governor for 11 years, and he’s had a lot of opportunities to make mistakes and detract from the climate that has allowed us the predictability” to make investments, said David Blackmon, a Texas official with America’s Natural Gas Alliance. “And he hasn’t done that.”

    Coal

    Under Mr. Perry, Texas has moved eagerly to build coal-fired power plants, even as other states have stopped issuing permits for the plants because of pollution concerns.

    In 2005, the governor issued an executive order that allowed a more rapid approval of coal plant permits. A major electric company, TXU, sought to build 11 coal-plant units, though those plans ultimately fell apart after private equity firms bought the company and committed to environmental improvements. “The biggest thing Perry did on energy was to try to fast-track 11 coal plants,” said Jim Marston, the Texas head of the Environmental Defense Fund. “And I think everybody in Texas ought to be glad that Perry’s plan failed.”

    The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the state’s environmental agency, which is headed by three Perry appointees, continues to award coal plant permits. Nine proposed plants have received permits. (Nineteen coal plants already operate across the state.)

    Mr. Perry, an outspoken fan of “clean coal,” also lashes out regularly against the E.P.A., which wants to tighten restrictions on air pollutants like ozone and mercury that could shut down older coal plants. Texas is also leading the fight against federal greenhouse gas regulation.

    Renewables

    Arguably, Mr. Perry’s most interesting energy efforts have related to wind power, which has boomed under his administration. Today, after a decade of rapid growth, Texas is the nation’s wind leader. The groundwork was laid by Mr. Bush, who in 1999 signed a bill that — besides deregulating the electric sector — established a renewable-energy requirement that kick-started wind development.

    But Mr. Perry has added to that. In 2005, he signed a bill requiring Texas to have 5,880 megawatts of renewables capacity by 2015. The state has already surpassed that requirement.

    Mr. Perry has also strongly backed a $5 billion project to build transmission lines to ferry power from remote West Texas to big cities. “He has been a stalwart in defense of wind energy in this state — no question about it,” said Paul Sadler, executive director of the Wind Coalition.

  12. http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perrys-tough-talk-appeals-fiscal-conservatives-193200921.html

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry does not know the meaning of the word “demure” and fiscal conservatives across America are glad the term is missing from his vocabulary. Perry’s tough talk is quickly becoming legendary. Barely a week after declaring his candidacy, Perry is already showcasing his no nonsense style of governance without apology. It is doubtful that Perry’s fiscally responsible mindset will attract liberal voters, his staunch views on debt reduction and job growth record are wooing moderates, Independents and fiscal conservatives.

    The governor’s straight talk is refreshing in our politically correct climate. Crowds which gather to listen the man speak are not left wondering exactly where he stands on any issue. When Perry makes a statement, he stands by what he says regardless of the flak received by liberal media commentators.

    Although it has been reported over and over that Perry challenged President Barack Obama’s patriotism during this past week, he actually did not make such a statement. Perry simply told the reporter who posed the question to ask the President how he feels about America.

    As a reformed Democrat myself, I do not view Perry’s political party switch as a negative. As Perry aged and matured not only did his views fully emerge, he was placed in an arena where he was exposed to a broader range of ideas. The party switch was not a flip-flop but a realization reached from real-world experience while attempting to best serve residents of Texas.

    Perry offers the same common sense approach to governance as John Kasich, Scott Walker and Chris Christie. He says what he means with or without cameras rolling. Employing a fiscally responsible approach to running a state should not be a partisan issue but a liberal love of entitlement spending pits Republicans against Democrats during every election.

  13. ← Obama thrown under bus by Democrats or Daniel Frawley or Tony Rezko or Rod Blagojevich or Stuart Levine or William Cellini, Obama exits 2012 race?
    Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required
    Posted on August 21, 2011 by citizenwells| 12 Comments
    Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required

    “Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense, to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans

    I recently questioned General Colin Powell’s patriotism and asked if he is a traitor. Despite overwhelming evidence that Obama has not presented a legitimate birth certificate and in fact has taken part in a conspiracy to deceive the American people by presenting a fraudulent image on WhiteHouse.gov, General Powell covers for Obama, a usurper.

    I certainly will not refrain from questioning members of Congress.

    Congressman Howard Coble of NC and his office have been informed of the Obama eligibility issues as well as ties to Chicago corruption. I will be following up with them shortly.

    Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia has exhibited a concern for upholding the US Constitution and has cosponsored a presidential eligibility bill.

    From the Bob Goodlatte Biography:

    “Bob Goodlatte began his tenth term representing the Sixth Congressional District of Virginia in 2011.

    Bob’s service to the people of the Sixth District began in 1977 when he became District Director for former Congressman Caldwell Butler. He served in this position for two years until 1979, and was responsible for helping folks across the District seeking assistance with or encountering problems from various federal agencies. In 1979, he founded his own private law practice in Roanoke. He was a partner in the law firm of Bird, Kinder and Huffman, working there from 1981 until taking office.

    In January 2011, Bob was elected to serve as the Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet. This Committee will be at the forefront of some of the most significant issues of our day. The jurisdiction of the subcommittee includes copyright, patent, trademark law, the Internet and information technology, innovation issues and antitrust matters. Additionally, Bob serves on the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security.

    Bob has been an active member of the House Judiciary Committee since arriving in Congress. The jurisdiction of the Judiciary Committee is well-suited to many of Bob’s legislative priorities such as protecting Constitutional rights including private property and Second Amendment rights, securing our borders through immigration reform, strengthening our criminal laws, decreasing health care costs through medical malpractice reform and oversight of the Judicial branch. One of Bob’s top legislative initiatives is his Constitutional amendment to require a balanced federal budget so that Congress will be forced to control spending. The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over all proposed amendments to the Constitution.”

    http://goodlatte.house.gov/about/

    From the Washington Times December 27, 2010.

    “Under a rule proposed by Rep. Robert Goodlatte (R-Va.), the U.S. Constitution will be read in Congress on Jan. 6. While it isn’t a bad idea, it seems a little like reading the Ten Commandments to an adulterer caught stealing his neighbor’s ox on the Sabbath.

    The problem isn’t that members of Congress don’t know what’s in the Constitution (some probably don’t) but that they don’t care.

    Any member of Congress who hasn’t already read the Constitution carefully is pathetic, but Washington is full of pathetic politicians. We shouldn’t be surprised. America is full of voters who haven’t read the Constitution, either. Until “we the people” take an interest in the document, we’ll continue to elect men and women who feel free to ignore it.”

    Read more:

    http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/stimulus/2010/dec/27/goodlatte-brings-constitution-congress/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_politics-governmentcdx

    From the Congressman Bob Goodlatte site:

    “JUDICIARY COMMITTEE PASSES GOODLATTE BILLS TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL SECURITY AND STRENGTHEN OUR LAWS AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT”

    “July 21, 2011 4:35 PM The Judiciary Committee passed two separate bills introduced by Congressman Bob Goodlatte.”

    “The House Judiciary Committee also passed H.R. 2552, the Identity Theft Improvement Act, legislation introduced by Congressman Goodlatte. This bipartisan legislation will strengthen the federal criminal laws punishing identity theft.”

    “Goodlatte continued, Identity theft occurs when someone intentionally and unlawfully uses identity documents that are not his own. Our federal statutes should reflect this reality. My legislation will provide the clarification needed to help prosecutors put identity thieves behind bars and will help safeguard American citizens from identity-related crimes.”

    http://goodlatte.house.gov/2011/07/judiciary-committee-passes-goodlatte-bills-to-protect-our-national-security-and-strengthen-our-laws.shtml

    Congressman Bob Goodlatte was a cosponsor of H.R.1503, Presidential Eligibility Act.

    “Official Summary

    3/12/2009–Introduced.

    Amends the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 to require the principal campaign committee of a candidate for election to the Office of President to include with the committee’s statement of organization a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate, together with such other documentation as may be necessary to establish that the candidate meets the qualifications for eligibility to the Office of President under the Constitution.”

    http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h1503/show

    From From The Trenches World report June 24, 2011.

    “Obama’s Phony Birth Certificate – Congressman Bob Goodlatte Acknowledges Problems – Now What?”

    “Could it be that members of Congress are finally reacting to possibly one of the largest frauds in the history of America? Patriotic Americans, be assured that at least one member of Congress cares enough about the Constitution of the United States, to at least acknowledge a problem with Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama’s birth certificate nightmare, not to mention the legality of his social security number.

    It has taken until now to finally receive some reasonable feedback from a member of Congress to at least acknowledge there is a problem. Hopefully, as more evidence continues to flood members of Congress, the appropriate oversight committees will spring into action. How soon these people will actually move is another story, as the implications will be enormous.

    At least there is some communication from Congress acknowledging the problem so many patriotic Americans are questioning. Surprisingly, we read in the letter that there is no official agency that verifies the president-elects eligibility, something that I find unconscionable, as this American president has presided over some of the worst times in recent history.

    A constituent received this letter from Congressman Goodlatte:

    “Dear Mr. Haskins:

    Thank you for contacting me regarding the recent release of President Barack Obama’s birth certificate. It is good to hear from you.

    As you know, the Constitution establishes the qualifications of President of the United States. Only a natural born citizen, at least 35 years of age, and having resided in the United States for at least 14 years is eligible for the Office of President.

    A President-elect’s eligibility has traditionally been verified by public record and vetting done by the parties. It is crucial that any President-elect meet the eligibility criteria as determined by the U.S. Constitution and provide the necessary assurances of eligibility.

    Currently, there is no office or agency that certifies a President-elect’s eligibility for the office. However, I believe that there should be a more formal process of review and validation as a matter of routine certification of candidates. The Office of the Presidency is undermined if Americans don’t have confidence that the candidates for the highest office in the land are qualified for the position as required by the Constitution.

    As you know, President Obama recently released to the public the long-form version of his birth certificate. Since then, concerns have been raised about the validity of the birth certificate as well as the claim that the President has been using a Social Security Number previously issued to another person. These concerns have been raised with the relevant oversight committees in the Congress and if there is enough evidence and more experts reach the same conclusions then these claims will lead to an investigation.

    During the last Congress I co-sponsored legislation which would require the principal campaign committee of any candidate for election to the Office of President to include with the committee’s statement of organization a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate and any other documentation necessary to establish that the candidate meets the qualifications for eligibility to the Office of President under the Constitution. This legislation would ensure that proof of eligibility is provided by candidates before each Presidential election.

    While the issue of eligibility has come up in past elections, including whether Chester Arthur (our 20th President succeeding to the office upon the death of James Garfield) was born in the U. S. or Canada, never has the issue arisen as to the eligibility of both major party candidates as it did in 2008 with regard to both John McCain and Barack Obama. The public discussion, controversy, uncertainty and the undermining of the Presidency can all be avoided by a routine requirement that future candidates establish their eligibility under the Constitution.

    The United States is a nation based on the rule of law. The Constitution clearly sets forth the qualifications for the Office of President, Members of the House and Senate, and members of the federal Judiciary. Any circumvention of these Constitutional requirements would be a slap in the face to the rule of law and our very Democracy. I believe that our Constitution is a solemn contract between the American people and their government. I will continue to work to ensure its terms are adhered to by all elected and appointed government officials.

    Again, thanks for the benefit of your comments. Please feel free to contact me whenever I may be of assistance.

    Sincerely,

    Bob Goodlatte
    Member of Congress””

    Read more:
    http://fromthetrenchesworldreport.com/obamas-phony-birth-certificate-%E2%80%93-congressman-bob-goodlatte-acknowledges-problems-now-what/5151

    Congressman Goodlatte wrote:

    “As you know, President Obama recently released to the public the long-form version of his birth certificate. Since then, concerns have been raised about the validity of the birth certificate as well as the claim that the President has been using a Social Security Number previously issued to another person. These concerns have been raised with the relevant oversight committees in the Congress and if there is enough evidence and more experts reach the same conclusions then these claims will lead to an investigation.”

    I will be following up on this statement to determine what the status of the “relevant oversight committees” is.

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    12 Responses to Congressman Bob Goodlatte on Obama birth certificate, Concerns have been raised with relevant oversight committees, Howard Coble’s office informed, Action required
    Free Speech | August 21, 2011 at 4:19 pm |
    http://newmexicoindependent.com/68154/media-outlets-speculate-about-martinez-as-2012-national-candidate

    The Albuquerque Journal cited Politics Daily writer Matthew Lewis who wrote earlier this week, “My very premature prediction is that [Florida Senator-elect Marco] Rubio and Martinez are already on the short list for vice presidential picks in 2012.”

    Pattie | August 21, 2011 at 4:56 pm |
    What good is there in requiring that a candidate submit a birth certificate when those charged with vetting him/her are slack in their duties?

    Pattie | August 21, 2011 at 4:59 pm |
    Obama’s a loser. Even the Dems and their sycophantic lame-stream media are beginning to see it. They are in a panic! Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann own the polls. There is less than six months for them to come up with a viable candidate. Who?

    WHO, indeed! HILLARY. of course.

    Hillary is a natural. after all, she was “co-president” in the Bubba Regime….. and she hasn’t pissed anybody off for almost three years now. On top of that, Americans have short memories and have mostly forgotten that she is every bit the Marxist that her present employer is.

    There is already a YouTube ad touting her 2012 candidacy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJKLdqO32E8&feature=player_embedded

    And at her website, http://www.hillaryclinton.com/ , we find the following subliminal message:

    “As we take the next steps in our journey, I know you’ll be right there with me, as always, in my heart and by my side.

    Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless America”

    – Hillary Rodham Clinton

    Don’t let her invoking the name of God fool you. Hitler’s Nazis claimed to be Christians, too.

    On a clear night, you can hear jackboots marching.

    CQ | August 21, 2011 at 5:16 pm |
    You wanted real dirt on Rick Perry? Here is just a small taste. Rick Perry grants tax breaks contracts and appointees to donors
    Two years ago, John McHale, an entrepreneur from Austin, Tex., who has given millions of dollars to Democratic candidates and causes, did something very unusual for him: he wrote a $50,000 check to a Republican candidate, Rick Perry, then seeking a third full term as governor of Texas. In September 2010, he did it again, catapulting himself into the top ranks of Mr. Perry’s donors.

    Other political news of note

    Mr. McHale, a Perry spokesman said after the initial donation, “understands Governor Perry’s leadership has made Texas a good place to do business.”

    Including, it turned out, for Mr. McHale’s business interests and partners. In May 2010 an economic development fund administered by the governor’s office handed $3 million to G-Con, a pharmaceutical start-up that Mr. McHale helped get off the ground. At least two other executives with connections to the firm had also given Mr. Perry tens of thousands of dollars.

    More : http://www.hermancainforums.com/index.php/topic,511.0.html

    rminnc | August 21, 2011 at 5:20 pm |
    Thank you Congressman Goodlatte…..please, in the future, set with your back toward the wall.

    Now would you please give a statement to this effect from the floor of the House of Representatives followed by a full and OPEN investigation, and let the chips fall where they may.

    Then watch the congressmen and women scurry for cover. Nancy Pelosi will be at the head of the line, trying on her new black and white, pen stripped suit compliments of the federal prison system. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving person.

    What is it Obama is always saying? “Only the people who don’t believe in transparency have something to hide”.

    Free Speech | August 21, 2011 at 5:25 pm |
    Pattie | August 21, 2011 at 4:59 pm |

    For Hillary to win the demRat Primary she will have to get bo indicted in multiple County Courts throughout the US so that would be a good thing.

    But all the Perry/Martinez Campaign will have to do to beat Hillary is show her kissing bo on National TV and remind everyone of her failures and scandals (WikiLeaks, Eygpt, Libya, Israel etc.) as Secretary of State.

    Free Speech | August 21, 2011 at 5:29 pm |
    http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2011/08/21/2011-08-21_rick_perrys_more_texan_than_george_w_bush_and_thats_why_hes_a_2012_force_to_be_r.html

    He’s self-made. Though Perry was lieutenant governor to Bush’s governor, his political career actually predates Bush’s. He has held office in Texas for more than a quarter of a century. That gives him a different network of loyalists and supporters – and a different cast of critics.

    He’s shrewd. When you’re looking at a guy who’s never lost an election, and rarely had a close one, you have to wonder why he might be charmed. It’s not just luck. Perry has an instinct for what he needs to do to win.

    Interestingly, he doesn’t do more than it takes to win. In past elections, we haven’t seen him trying to build a bigger tent, or professing an interest in bipartisan behavior.

    He’s an optimist. On the stump, Perry naturally exudes a sort of Reaganesque sunniness that you can almost feel candidates like Mitt Romney reaching to manufacture. He doesn’t tell people to have hope; he tells them to get going. He speaks of voters being “frustrated” rather than embattled. At 61, he still relishes a challenge, and as his rivals for the nomination circle around him, he’ll greet them with indomitable self-confidence.

    He’s been successful. Rivals will drag every piece of Perry’s record to the light, and there is plenty worth exposing. But no one can argue he’s all hat and no cattle. More than a decade of governing a huge state has given him lots of talking points too. As his campaign keeps mentioning, since June 2009, 40% of America’s net new jobs have been created in Texas. Last week Paul Krugman tried to reduce that “Texas miracle” to the status of myth – but while we can question how much credit Perry deserves for the employment explosion, the data aren’t debatable.

    He’s conservative. Really. Bush rose to prominence as a kind of right-wing Bill Clinton, a political triangulator who would build the base and reshape the Republican brand via “compassionate conservativism.” His presidency brought an expansive new federal education law, No Child Left Behind, as well as a costly new prescription drug benefit under Medicare.

    Perry has explicitly rejected this path. As governor, for the most part, he has met budget shortfalls with cuts. He is a staunch critic of federal programs such as No Child Left Behind, on the grounds that they are intrusive.

    In his 2010 book “Fed Up!” he was explicit: “The branding of compassionate conservatism meant that the GOP was sending the wrong signal that conservatism alone wasn’t sufficient or, worse yet, was somehow flawed and had to be rebranded.”

    To be sure, Perry has backed down when the public demands it. He railed against stimulus money, for example, but he accepted it. Another case concerns his 2007 order mandating that girls receive a vaccine against HPV, a virus that causes cervical cancer. That angered both left and right, and the legislature overturned the order. Last weekend, Perry explained that he hadn’t done his research. “One of the things I do pride myself on, I listen,” he added.

    This is the man America is getting to know. Perry’s potential to capture the Republican imagination says a lot about his talents. But it says even more about how the GOP itself has changed in the past 10 years – from a party rebranding itself to build on Bill Clinton’s domestic policy successes to one that’s rejecting not only the last few years under President Obama, but the eight years of Republican rule prior.

    http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2011/08/rick_perry_leads_in_poll_of_li.html

    According to the poll by Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research, 30 percent are backing the newest GOP candidate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, while 16 percent support U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn; and 15 percent prefer former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

    Free Speech | August 21, 2011 at 5:34 pm |
    Gov Rick Perry is the only candidate that the obots are attacking, but they claim that bo wants to run against Perry, BS the obots would not be singling out and attacking Perry, if they weren’t afraid of him. It is obvious that Romney is the demRats dream candidate since he is the only one that they don’t attack eventhough he was the frontrunner for months.

    ——————————————————————————————-
    http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perry-energizes-conservative-153900492.html

    Rick Perry entered the race to become the presidential nominee for the Republican Party on Aug. 13 and he is already crushing front-runner Mitt Romney in the polls. Romney was a clear-cut leader among most Republican voters before Perry entered the fray but now Rasmussen is reporting Perry holds a double-digit lead on Romney after just a few days on the campaign trail.

    Perry is pounding the podium and energizing the conservative debate with his take no prisoners philosophy. He is pummeling President Barack Obama’s liberal agenda much like Ronald Reagan lashed out at Jimmy Carter in 1980.

    Free Speech | August 21, 2011 at 5:35 pm |
    http://blogs.ajc.com/political-insider-jim-galloway/2011/08/19/channel-2-poll-rick-perry-takes-a-quick-lead-in-georgia/?cxntfid=blogs_political_insider_jim_galloway

    Political Insider Channel 2 poll: Rick Perry takes a quick lead in Georgia

    A fresh poll by Channel 2 Action News and InsiderAdvantage shows Texas Gov. Rick Perry coming out of the chute strong in Georgia, with nearly a quarter of the Republican vote after only a week in the 2012 presidential campaign.

    More from Lori Geary and company when available, but here are the basics:

    – Rick Perry, 24 percent;

    – Herman Cain, 15 percent;

    – Newt Gingrich, 9 percent;

    – Michele Bachmann, 8 percent;

    – Mitt Romney, 6 percent;

    – Ron Paul, 5 percent;

    – Jon Huntsman, 1 percent;

    – And other candidates, 4 percent;

    rminnc | August 21, 2011 at 5:36 pm |
    Free Speech…..
    RUBIO IS LIKE OBAMA IN ONE RESPECT…..NOT AN NBC,,,NOT NOW…NOT EVER….

    If the Supreme Law of our country (the Constitution) is good enough for us to demand OBAMA provided his natural-born status …then that same Constitution demands RUBIO also be a natural-born citizen.

    According to the Constitution, Senator Rubio cannot be a Vice-President . I think Senator Rubio knows this. I also think Senator Rubio knows Obama cannot legally hold the office he holds either, but he isn’t brave enough to say any thing about it.

    ———————————————
    I agree with you. Have you not read my essays?

    http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2011/01/definition-of-birther-and-definition-of.html

    http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2010/05/aka-obama-ineligible-if-he-was-born-on.html

  14. rminnc | August 21, 2011 at 5:36 pm |
    Free Speech…..
    RUBIO IS LIKE OBAMA IN ONE RESPECT…..NOT AN NBC,,,NOT NOW…NOT EVER….

    If the Supreme Law of our country (the Constitution) is good enough for us to demand OBAMA provided his natural-born status …then that same Constitution demands RUBIO also be a natural-born citizen.

    According to the Constitution, Senator Rubio cannot be a Vice-President . I think Senator Rubio knows this. I also think Senator Rubio knows Obama cannot legally hold the office he holds either, but he isn’t brave enough to say any thing about it.

    ———————————————
    I agree with you. Have you not read my essays?

    http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2011/01/definition-of-birther-and-definition-of.html

    http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2010/05/aka-obama-ineligible-if-he-was-born-on.html

  15. rminnc,

    I respectfully disagree with your statement that Senator Rubio lacked courage. IMHO plenty of Republicans have the courage to take bo on regarding the NBC issue but they would prefer to force the Clinton to fight that battle if Hillary wants the demRat nomination.

    If the Clintons don’t have the courage to get bo indicted, I have no doubt that the Republicans will have him and his criminal cohorts indicted in Multiple Counties all across the US once the demRats nominate the muslim communist pervert again.

  16. Here’s one that oldsalt will appreciate – – –

    Allen West and the politics of nuts

    One thing you’ve got to give West is that he’s entertaining. He seems to keep the left in a constant state of confusion to boot……..
    …..West’s latest confusing maneuver is quoting General Anthony McAuliffe’s storied response to the Germans at the Battle of the Bulge. CAIR demanded that West cut off ties with Brigitte Gabriel and Pam Geller. West sent a letter with the following response
    READ MORE…………..
    http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2011/08/19/allen-west-and-the-politics-of-nuts/

  17. Ron Paul clobbers Rick Perry in latest poll

    Texas Rep. Ron Paul is well ahead of Texas governor Rick Perry, according to the latest poll.

    A poll conduced by Azimuth Research Group finds Mr. Paul leading Mr. Perry in their home state of Texas.

    Answering the question, “If the Texas Republican primary were held today, which presidential candidate would you be most likely to vote for?” 22 percent of those polled selected Mr. Paul. Just 17 percent of respondents voted in favor of Mr. Perry.

    Read more: http://www.thestatecolumn.com/articles/ron-paul-clobbers-rick-perry-in-latest-poll/#ixzz1VhlXkBMj

  18. OBummer issues an Executive Order 8 Aug 11
    Washington Times Editorial… “Obama: Whites need not apply”

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/aug/19/obama-whites-need-not-apply/

    Is this a preview of Obama’s jobs plan?

  19. Now that Paul has shown himself to be a tool of Tehran, how do you Paulista’s sleep at night? Oh, wait, since your allegiance is cult-like you have no problem sleeping… zombies!

  20. Free Speech…

    I wasn’t questioning your position on Rubio, just reinforcing it….but I will say this…

    I really don’t give a tinkers damn if it’s a Republican or Democrat who brings the OBAMA question to the public light…as long as some loyal American has the courage to step forward.

    We have been waiting two long years for a hero to come riding in on a white horse, or black horse, a mule or elephant, but so far…no standard bearer.

    Maybe Congressman Goodlette? Maybe Sheriff Joe? But I don’t think anyone expects Hillery to tackle the job. It’s above her pay grade she would say.

  21. rminnc | August 21, 2011 at 6:49 pm |
    Free Speech…

    I wasn’t questioning your position on Rubio, just reinforcing it….but I will say this…

    I really don’t give a tinkers damn if it’s a Republican or Democrat who brings the OBAMA question to the public light…as long as some loyal American has the courage to step forward.

    We have been waiting two long years for a hero to come riding in on a white horse, or black horse, a mule or elephant, but so far…no standard bearer.

    Maybe Congressman Goodlette? Maybe Sheriff Joe? But I don’t think anyone expects Hillery to tackle the job. It’s above her pay grade she would say.

    —————————————————————————
    I agree. I don’t care who gets bo and his criminal cohorts indicted first and foremost.

    We have had patriots who had the courage to call for the indictment of bo and his criminal cohorts. Unfortunately they have not been supported by the gutless rinos and the demRats.

    That is what I like most about the Honorable Governor Rick Perry, he had the courage to let those criminals know where he stands. I especially enjoyed his putting bernake on notice. It is about time We the People treated bo and his criminal cohorts to the legal fate that they deserve.

  22. http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/rick-perry-a-texans-exceptionalism/2011/06/24/AG79PejH_story.html

    French cuffs and cowboy boots are, like sauerkraut ice cream, an eclectic combination, but Perry, who wears both, is a potentially potent candidate for the Republican presidential nomination because his political creed is uneclectic, matching that of the Republican nominating electorate. He was a “10th Amendment conservative” (“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”) before the Tea Party appeared. And before Barack Obama’s statism — especially Obamacare’s individual mandate — catalyzed concern for the American project of limited government.

  23. Hey free Speech, check this out
    Gov. Rick Perry – China Loves Him!

    There is no such thing as “free trade” with China. Even the greedy globalist fat cats are beginning to complain about the lopsided deals with the bosses in Beijing. If you don’t know that, pity you.

    And this video, if you would pay attention, is about China buying America–not trade. And this is a Communist dictatorship, not a democracy. Wake up and wise up.

  24. Ron Paul 2012

  25. CQ,
    Read this.

    True stories of bloggers who secretly feed on partisan cash

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/08/23/true-stories-of-bloggers-who-secretly-feed-on-partisan-cash/#ixzz1VjX8hPzq

  26. CQ,

    Partisan Bloggers Often Get Paid for Posts
    http://www.newser.com/story/98867/partisan-bloggers-often-get-paid-for-posts.html

    (I smell one)

  27. It would seem to me that the Cowboy Boots,and the French cuffs would say more than anything else so far with respect to Perry’s true nature. Yet it is a surface appearance, and could be misleading as hell. I look upon Perry as an astute politician who will not miss a trick. Remember TRICKY DICKEY? That all makes me think of Nixon. Not saying he is bad or anything else,…………only saying WATCH OUT for eloquent people. Free speech…..I found all that you posted relating to Perry very informative. It tells me where to look for MORE. Which I plan to do. Have a great day!

  28. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/22/opinion/messing-with-texas.html

    Gov. Rick Perry of Texas hasn’t lost an election in 10 tries. Among his vanquished opponents, this streak has inspired not only the usual mix of resentment and respect, but a touch of supernatural awe. “Running against Perry,” one of them told Texas Monthly, “is like running against God.”

    Perry’s critics don’t like to admit this. After he launched his campaign with an extended brag about Texas job creation, there was a rush to cut Texas down to size — to dismiss the Lone Star economic miracle as a mirage conjured by population growth, petro-dollars and low-paying McJobs.

    But the more the Internet’s hive mind worked through the data, the weaker this critique looked. Yes, Texas’s growing population has contributed to the job boom, but the boom has driven population growth as well. The influx of people has been too extraordinary to just be chalked up to, say, snowbirds seeking 105-degree retirements. More likely, thousands of Americans have responded to hard times in their home states by moving to Texas in search of work.

    As the policy blogger Matthias Shapiro pointed out in an exhaustive analysis, the jobs they’re finding aren’t unusually low-paying: the state’s median hourly wage is close to the national average, and since the recession started, Texan wages have increased at the sixth-fastest pace in the country. Nor are the jobs confined to the oil and gas industries: “Take the energy sector completely out of the equation,” Shapiro noted, “and Texas is still growing faster than any other state.”

  29. Jonah………………..
    I think that Allen West’s response was appropriate. General McAuliffe said it for a different reason, but it conveyed a necessary message, which allegedly threw a monkey wrench into the polished mentality of the OPPOSITION. The LIBS always think that they are MILES ahead of everybody on earth,but West’s response messed up their minds ….BIG TIME! HAR DE HAR HAR Sock it it to em’ Mr. West.

  30. eddie h. | August 21, 2011 at 2:38 pm |
    i will not support any candidate or potential candidate that will not stand up and address obama’s eligibility , a forged birth certificate , a fraudulent ssn. , a back dated and forged ssr.

    eddie h. | August 21, 2011 at 2:46 pm |
    please you people stop falling for the politicians lies and tricks. they all manage to snow peoplke in their campaigns , then turn out to be cowards and traitors after elected , and the voters just keep falling for it.
    =========================================
    eddie h,
    I’m curious as to which candidate are you going to support? Which candidate is addressing Obama’s eligibility, forged birth certificate, fraudulent Social Security number and back dated and forged Selective Service Registration? I just might consider giving support to him/her.
    As far as I’m concerned all the candidates have flaws. Not one is THE PERFECT CANDIDATE. I like Allen West because he has the wisdom to recognize the serious threats to the security of our country. But for right now, it is waaaay to soon for me to make a commitment to any candidate.

  31. GBAmerica | August 21, 2011 at 11:33 pm |

    I haven’t paid much attention to Ron Paul but after viewing that video it is clear why he is not taken seriously. He gets almost hysterical.

  32. Partisan Bloggers Often Get Paid for Posts
    http://www.newser.com/story/98867/partisan-bloggers-often-get-paid-for-posts.html
    ============================================
    So “Free Speech” (sic), do you get the privilege of servicing Rick Fairy in exchange for your ad nauseum posts?

  33. How do RP astro turfers expect to gain support for him by alienating primary voters.
    Is that the campaign strategy?

  34. http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perry-crushes-gop-competition-first-national-poll-223600961.html

    Rick Perry Crushes GOP Competition in First National Poll

    Not only has Gov. Perry shown that he is now in it to win it, but it appears as if many Republican voters are in agreement that he should.

  35. Members Of Swiss Parliament Endorse Ron Paul For 2012

  36. Houston Chronicle: Perry vs. Paul: 2 very different Texans want same job
    Submitted by complexphenom on Mon, 08/22/2011 – 00:57
    in

    Excellent piece, mostly:

    WASHINGTON – While Texas’ tough-talking governor soaks up the media spotlight, it’s the cerebral Ron Paul who plugs away as the outsiders’ outsider in the 2012 presidential campaign.

    The 75-year-old congressman from Lake Jackson with the message of less government and more liberty has quietly built the largest grass-roots network in the Republican field, far larger than the team thus far assembled by his home state’s governor.

    Read the rest: http://www.chron.com/news/politics/article/Perry-vs-Paul-
    .. this email:

    Richard,

    Thank you for a good story about the two Texans, so very different from each other – the one, the genuine article; the other, the counterfeit.

    One point that you could have emphasized seeing you provided insipid input from a Texas A&M professor. Nothing exposes Perry’s naiveté more when it comes truly to understanding limited government than his so-called Enterprise Fund. More to the point, if I recall correctly, Perry used the cover provided by the Enterprise Fund to take $50 million of our taxes and give it to Texas A&M, his alma mater. (Was he trying to bribe the University to change his transcripts?) In the light this egregious misappropriation of public funds, it would be nigh impossible to obtain an objective comment about Perry’s misguided ambitions from an A&M professor.

    Sincer

  37. Republicans will have a bright future if Paul wins

    Excellent article about Ron Paul from a WVU student publication

    http://www.thedaonline.com/opinion/republicans-will-have-a-b

  38. “Website Problem Repaired; Not Caused by Google”

    “COMMON WORDPRESS HACK DISCOVERED AND CORRECTED”

    “The Post & Email was the victim of a hack attack last Thursday or Friday which caused many readers to be redirected to a fake website as described in our previous articles here and here. The hacker altered the htaccess file, which has now been locked.

    The webmaster of the Terry Lakin Action Fund graciously contacted us and repaired the problem very quickly. We have been told that a “common WordPress hack” was used to redirect readers who used Google and several other search engines.”

    http://www.thepostemail.com/2011/08/22/website-problem-repaired-not-caused-by-google/

  39. Pat1789. While I like Ron Paul and agree with 95% of the things that he says, the 5% that I don’t are so out there that they are deal killers for me. In addition, I’ve found the presentation styles of his supporters to be so unsavory that they actually push me further away from Dr. Paul.

  40. http://articles.latimes.com/2011/aug/20/nation/la-na-0820-gop-culture-war-20110821

    That class-conscious contrast — brash populist versus starchy elite — plays most acutely against fellow Republican Mitt Romney, the literal son of the Republican establishment who embodies the party’s upper-crust past.

    Harvard-educated Romney, whose father was a governor and presidential candidate, enjoyed a privileged suburban upbringing in Michigan. The Horatio Alger tale Romney relates at campaign stops is his father’s life story, no match for Perry’s narrative of growing up without indoor plumbing on a dusty West Texas farm.

  41. Mitt Romney: Romney has made himself both scarce and bland, a risky combination. That strategy is not going to work much longer. He’s trailing Perry by double digits in the first national poll since Perry entered the race Saturday. Simply pointing out that Romney has private-sector experience won’t be enough to counter Perry’s record of generating jobs in Texas. Especially when it’s so much better than Romney’s performance as governor of Massachusetts.

    As a Mormon who says cross-party friendships are good and global warming is real, Romney was never going to be a favorite of the Tea Party.

    Romney must also take care not to reverse himself on anything at all, lest he revive questions about his trustworthiness.

    Romney doesn’t have Perry’s ease on the campaign trail. In fact, it’s sometimes painful to watch his awkward encounters, as in this Boston Globe account of his visit to a firm in Merrimack, N.H.: “As Romney began to leave the company after his hour-long visit, he looked at Ellen Boss, the girlfriend of the company’s general counsel, Cory Hussey. ‘Nice,’ Romney said as she blushed. ‘Nice choice. Just like me,’ a reference to his wife, Ann.” Sigh.

  42. This is an excellent critique of the candidates.

    http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perry-domino-effect-025000154.html

    Michele Bachmann: She’s been carried this far by spunk, charm, antigovernment rhetoric, Christian conservative views, and an insistence that she “gets” the jobs thing because she and her husband started a small business. Now she needs an economic plan, she needs serious donors, and she needs to stop messing up facts. In just the past few days, Bachmann said she went to a family reunion (but she didn’t actually go); asked an audience to help her celebrate Elvis Presley’s birthday (except it was the anniversary of his death) and said Americans are worried about “the rise of the Soviet Union” (which hasn’t existed since 1991).

    Like Perry’s treason faux pas, the missteps reinforce an impression people already have of Bachmann, based on her calling New Hampshire the birthplace of the American Revolution (it was Massachusetts) and the Founding Fathers tireless fighters against slavery (many owned slaves, and the nation’s founding documents did not ban slavery). Also less than reassuring are her reliance on talking points to evade questions and her reach back to an education bill in the Minnesota Legislature when asked about her achievements.

    Bachmann has the political skills to continue to be a force in the nomination race. But if she doesn’t add substance and gravitas to the mix, her support will be limited to a core of religious conservatives, and the Iowa Straw Poll will have been her high-water mark.

    Ron Paul: He has the second-toughest job, after Obama. Another 152 votes would have won him the Ames poll, and since that close second-place finish, his allies have been complaining about a lack of media love for Ron Paul. Jon Stewart has labeled him “the 13th floor” of American politics. The problem is, no matter how many people Paul can bus in to straw polls around the country, his mix of positions is so singular that it’s hard to picture him as the GOP nominee.

    Paul, an obstetrician, is a mainstream social conservative on issues such as abortion. But he also wants to get rid of the IRS and the Federal Reserve, and immediately bring all U.S. troops home from Iraq and Afghanistan. He’d also take them out of Japan, Germany, and South Korea. “We’re flat-out broke,” Paul said at the straw poll. “Let them defend our borders. Let them spend the money here. We need a boost in our economy.” To broaden his appeal, he would need to back off and in some cases reverse himself. That does not appear likely.

  43. Obama pays Sunday visit to CEO of Comcast / MSNBC

    Boycott Comcast !

    Comcast owns NBC, if they don’t fix NBC.
    Comcast has many customers who buy there Cable, Internet, and Internet Phone.
    People start dumping Comcast and watch how fast they will change NBC.

    Obama headed to the home of Comcast CEO Brian Roberts on Sunday. AP Photo Close
    The presidential motorcade on Martha’s Vineyard peeled out of Blue Heron Farms at 5:15 p.m. with the president and Valerie Jarrett in tow.

    After 10 minutes, we made an abrupt left turn on John Cottle Road — an unpaved, deeply rutted eight-foot-wide private path hemmed in by ivy, scrub oak and big, scary boulders.

    After bottoming out four times — we’re talking two-foot holes in a sand-and-gravel road, along with one hairpin turn — Obama and Jarrett arrived at West Tisbury home of their friends, Brian and Aileen Roberts, spokesman Josh Earnest informs us. It was 5:30 p.m.

    Roberts is chairman and CEO of Comcast

    http://www.politico.com/politico44/perm/0811/into_the_woods_e6c4b4e2-aec1-417b-a8e7-3a2989b80c7f.html

  44. Citizen to The Heritage Foundation: “You Want My Money for WHAT?”

    ”CONSERVATIVE” GROUP HAS REFUSED TO TOUCH ELIGIBILITY ISSUE

    August 20, 2011

    The Heritage Foundation espouses “a strong national defense”

    Dear Editor:

    The following letter was sent to The Heritage Foundation today:

    August 20, 2011

    Dr. Feulner
    The Heritage Foundation
    214 Massachusetts Ave
    Washington, DC 20002

    Dr. Edwin Feulner,

    Yes, I have let my membership lapse. You continue to send request after request for me to reinstate my membership and this latest letter is asking for me to write to you. I realize that it is not you sending out these requests, it is your automated mailing service, so you are really not aware of who I am or that my membership has lapsed.

    For your information, I write to you in answer to the continued requests that I am deeply disappointed in the Heritage Foundation under your leadership. To quote a phrase “As Rome Burns” ie: The United States of America under the Usurper Barack Obama aka Barry Sotoro, or whatever other alias he has gone by in the past, you and your Heritage Foundation are supposedly running around attempting to put out brush fires like the EPA and FCC’s overreach through Presidential Executive Orders. He is ruining our country through tactics which bypass Congress and are in violation of the Constitution.

    If you had a true desire to save our country you would stop all the ******* and kick Obama where it really hurts by exposing the facts that he has provided the American people with a fraudulent birth certificate, a stolen social security # and a fraudulently created selective service registration. He needed to be removed from office as soon as he took office and hauled out of our White House in handcuffs for the whole world to see, indicted and prosecuted for the crimes he has committed against the American people. And then there is Nancy Pelosi’s 2008 election fraud that you also ignore. Why don’t you expose that?

    So, while Obama fraudulently acts as a dictator and spends our money playing golf and going on vacations, while having his Socialist/Marxist minions do his dirty work, what are you doing about this Travesty of Justice? Nothing!! You just continue to ignore millions of us angry Americans, like we don’t even exist. And you want my membership money for WHAT???

    Sincerely,

    Judy Chambers

    A Real Natural Born American Citizen, born on US Soil from a mother and father who were both American Citizens.

  45. Christianity and War

    Thank you Campaign for Liberty for the opportunity to speak about a subject I feel so passionate about. I would like to speak to you today about Christianity and War. Although I am a Bible-believing Christian and a theological and cultural conservative, I write extensively about the biblical, economic, and political fallacies of religious people, and especially on the topic of Christianity and war. This is a subject where ignorance abounds in both pulpit and pew, and most of it willful ignorance. This is a subject that exposes Bible scholars as Bible illiterates. This is a subject that turns Christians into disgraceful apologists of the state, its leaders, its military, and its wars. This is a subject that reveals pro-life Christians to be two-faced supporters of wholesale murder.

    If there is any group of people that should be opposed to war, torture, militarism, the warfare state, state worship, suppression of civil liberties, an imperial presidency, blind nationalism, government propaganda, and an aggressive foreign policy it is Christians, and especially conservative, evangelical, and fundamentalist Christians who claim to strictly follow the dictates of Scripture and worship the Prince of Peace. It is indeed strange that Christian people should be so accepting of war. War is the greatest suppressor of civil liberties. War is the greatest destroyer of religion, morality, and decency. War is the greatest creator of fertile ground for genocides and atrocities. War is the greatest destroyer of families and young lives. War is the greatest creator of famine, disease, and homelessness. War is the health of the state………

    http://lewrockwell.com/vance/vance254.html

  46. One of the big problems with Ron Paul supporters is the fact that a large percentage of them are anarchists.

  47. Ron Paul is in it for pure ego. It’s one of his most unattractive attributes.

    The other issue is his anti-semitism. He wants to pull all support from Israel and leave them to the wolves. When so many countries are against Israel now, not helping them at all could bring on the second Holocaust which Ron Paul and his supporters don’t seem to mind. This is just an elaborate excuse to be anti-semites. Given that America did not rush to save the Jews in WWII, this willingness to throw the Jews to the wolves again by Ron Paul and his supporters seems to match the fierce anti-semitism of Obama, in my opinion. I just don’t see the difference between Obama and Ron Paul right now. They are both wrong and terrifying.

  48. Good morning Zach, et al.

  49. Tina. I don’t believe that Ron Paul is anti -Semetic. He is ambivalent. Big difference.

  50. Ron Paul is not in it for pure ego. He also not anti-Israel. My how we twist the words. Ron Paul believes we should pull all support from all foreign countries. We shouldn’t be paying for any of their day to day defense. But if someone were to attack Israel you can bet the Ron Paul would come to their defense.

    if the U.S were out of debt and if we were investing in ourselves, we would be so powerful and well off that we could be in a position to eliminate poverty, hunger, and wars. Instead we blow our future, savings, and give in to the socialist way of thinking. There is not one single problem that can’t be solved within the framework of the constitution. Our Socialistic leaders are just too greedy, power hungry, and intellectually handicapped to take the time to figure it out.

  51. Elaborate excuse for anti-semitism, Brjam. Ron Paul is a huge egomaniac and I can bet he would not support Israel. The loan guarantees we give Israel have to be spent in America so we get the money back! Israel has many companies in America and if we lost their jobs we’d go into another recession. Your elaborate response is another excuse to rationalize your anti-semitism. For shame!

  52. Brjam, you present an articulate argument. Pity that the rest of the knuckle draggers that argue Ron Paul’s positions don’t take note.

  53. We should have nothing less than an aggressive policy to support Israel. Whether you admit Ron Paul is an anti-semite or not, his policies might as be the same as Obama’s. We don’t need another ambivalent kook or anti-semite in the White House with Ron Paul. Paul=Obama

  54. Here is Obama and Valerie meeting with Brian Roberts, CEO of MSNBC. This is an outrage, and shows how much MSNBC is in the tank for Obama. As if we didn’t know, but it can’t be denied by Obots.

    http://www.politico.com/politico44/perm/0811/into_the_woods_e6c4b4e2-aec1-417b-a8e7-3a2989b80c7f.html

  55. http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/rick-perrys-very-good-week/2011/08/22/gIQAsoRNWJ_story.html?wprss=rss_homepage

    He left his cowboy boots in Austin, but Gov. Rick Perry brought some Texas straight talk to New Hampshire. “Live free or die, you’ve got to love that,” Perry told an audience in Bedford last week, adding that the state motto reminded him “of a little place down in Texas called the Alamo.” Perry’s promise to make Washington “as inconsequential in your lives as possible” is resonating in libertarian New Hampshire. He has moved into second place here after just a few days in the race, registering 18 percent support among Granite State Republicans.

  56. I just read where the Birther Summit has just broadened their
    $15, 000 challenge to include Bill O’Reilly, Gorge Stephanopoulos, Anderson Cooper, and Chris Matthews.

    This is the same challenge that was offered to Colin Powell, who has been hiding in his hole and not responding.

    I can tell the Birther Summit people the same results will be forthcoming from those named above as they received from Powell.

    Asking these noted journalist to tell the truth is equal to Obama accusing the Pope of being a Muslim !

  57. Tina | August 22, 2011 at 11:35 am |

    Tina, I understand your frustration with the kooks and obots here that are pushing Ron Paul. I know that neo-nazis and muslim terrorists are a large part of Paul’s support, but I do not think that Mr. Paul is a anti-semite.

    Imho it is best just to ignore the neo-nazis, muslim terrorists, kooks and obots who post here. Paul is NOT going to get the Republican nomination. Frankly, I hope Mr. Paul runs as a 3rd Party Candidate because I think he will take more votes from whatever nazi/muslim sympathizer that the demRat National Socialists run in 2012.

  58. Is Billary threatening bo with indictments for his crimes to force him to hand over the demRat National Socialist Party back to the Clinton Regime? Only problem with that scheme is that won’t prevent bo and his criminal cohorts from being indicted in every Conservative County in America. So go ahead demRats make our day, force bo out and put Hillary in the hot seat.
    —————————————————————————————
    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0611/56917.html

    As his reelection campaign ramps up, pResident Barack Hussein Obama said his family is “not invested” in a second term in the White House.

    “Michelle and the kids are wonderful in that if I said, `You know, guys, I want to do something different,’ they’d be fine,” Obama said in an interview with NBC News that aired Tuesday morning on “Today.” “They’re not invested in Daddy being president or my husband being president.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0611/56917.html#ixzz1VmOoFaVQ

  59. http://caucuses.desmoinesregister.com/2011/08/22/branstad-gushes-about-perry-but-says-huntsmans-making-tragic-mistake/

    Texas’s Rick Perry made a good start in Iowa last week despite his comment about treason, while Utah’s Jon Huntsman’s refusal to campaign here is a tragic mistake that will end his presidential hopes, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad said this morning.

  60. jon huntsman is a mormon like romney. I guess the mormon has decided to throw his 1% support in the Republican Primary to his fellow mormon.

  61. United States Congressman Spencer Bachus Refuses To Discuss Obama Real Estate & Tax Fraud and Obama’s Fraudulent SSN
    http://beforeitsnews.com/story/989/199/United_States_Congressman_Spencer_Bachus_Refuses_To_Discuss_Obama_Real_Estate_Tax_Fraud_and_Obamas_Fraudulent_SSN.html

  62. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2735747/posts

    Who is Jon Huntsman, and why should I care?
    He’s a rich, liberal Mormon, kind of like Romney without the looks

  63. Paxson | August 22, 2011 at 10:34 am |

    One of the big problems with Ron Paul supporters is the fact that a large percentage of them are anarchists.
    ————————————————————————————-
    That explains a few things.

  64. Pat 1789 | August 22, 2011 at 2:16 pm |
    Paxson | August 22, 2011 at 10:34 am |

    One of the big problems with Ron Paul supporters is the fact that a large percentage of them are anarchists.
    ————————————————————————————-
    That explains a few things.
    *******************************
    To me, that is very scary, because a number of our youth are solidly behind Paul, but probably not all for the right reasons.

  65. http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2011/08/why-the-press-loves-jon-huntsman-but-ignores-ron-paul/243910/

    Why the Press Loves Jon Huntsman but Ignores Ron Paul

    Jon Huntsman won’t win the GOP nomination, or so pundits assure us. But he is getting press attention anyway because he decided to start telling his fellow Republicans truths that they don’t want to hear. In quick succession, he trumpeted his belief in evolution, said climate change is caused by humans, and insisted that it was essential to raise the debt ceiling. Says James Fallows, “I’m relieved to see someone in the party trying to pull it back from the abyss.” (Me too.) Andrew Sullivan goes even farther. “Huntsman has a prophetic role in this campaign if he chooses to adopt it: the truth-teller,” he writes. “His chances are so slim, he loses nothing by speaking this candidly.”

  66. http://news.yahoo.com/rick-perry-makes-enemies-trial-lawyers-much-good-180400800.html

    Rick Perry Makes Enemies of the Trial Lawyers, Much to His Good Fortune

    According to Politico, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a candidate for president, has made a group of enemies that most politicians only dream about. The trial lawyers are hell bent on opposing him at all costs.

    One of Perry’s signature issues while governor has been reining in abusive law suits and restricting the ability of the trial bar to make money. The official website for Gov. Perry boasts of several tort reform measures that included limiting the amount of damages that can be collected in medical malpractice law suits as well as stopping the practice of venue shopping, trying to find courts that would be most favorably disposed to their case, even if they were located hundreds of miles away from where the defendant operates.

    Perry has been touting his record on tort reform while on his presidential campaign trail. Noting how tort reform has made the practice of medicine easier in Texas, Perry has suggested national tort reform would be the key for any kind of true, market-based health care reform that would replace Obamacare should he be elected president.

    What would seem as just common sense by most people is a nightmare for the trial lawyer bar.

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