FL primary opens door to Obama eligibilty challenge, Florida statutes allow contest, 10 day window, Circuit court, Obama natural born citizen deficiency

FL primary opens door to Obama eligibilty challenge, Florida statutes allow contest, 10 day window, Circuit court, Obama natural born citizen deficiency

“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

“Why did Obama employ Robert Bauer of Perkins Coie, to request an advisory opinion on FEC matching funds that he was not eligible for?”…Citizen Wells

“Why is Obama now employing private attorneys to keep his name on state ballots, despite compelling evidence that he is not a natural born citizen?…Citizen Wells

The Florida 2012 presidential preference primary took place yesterday, January 31, 2012. The big news in the mainstream media is Mitt Romney winning by a substantial margin. The big news here, news you can sink your teeth into, is that now, Obama’s eligibilty to be on the Florida ballot can be challenged. There are 10 days to file a challenge in circuit court.

A  challenger discovered this recently.

“Below and attached is a scanned copy of the letter I just received from the Secretary of State, AKA Florida Supervisor of Elections, in response to the Obama Ballot Challenge I filed 9 January 2012 with him and Attorney General Pam Bundi. The Constitution of the State of Florida (1838) and as amended through 2008 and by adoption of the 2012 Federal Qualifying Handbook (October 2011) the State of Florida has accepted the qualifications for President and Vice President listed therein, based solely on the Certifications of Qualifications from the Political Parties.Read carefully, looks like we have no protection from fraud by either Party. Still waiting for response from the Attorney General.

Vern H. Goding, Ret. OathKeeper.
Melbourne Village, Fl 32904”

Response from Gary Holland, Assistant General Counsel.

“After an election, section 102.168, Florida Statutes, provides that any unsuccessful candidate for the office being sought, any voter qualified to vote in the election, or any taxpayer may file an election contest in the circuit court based upon the successful candidates’s ineligibility for the office sought. Such contest must be brought within 10 days of the date the last board responsibe for certifiying the results officially ceetified the results of the election being contested.”


As reported at Citizen Wells in 2008 and 2012, the Florida Statutes.

Florida Election statutes

“Title IX

102.168 Contest of election.–
“(1) Except as provided in s. 102.171, the certification of election or nomination of any person to office, or of the result on any question submitted by
referendum, may be contested in the circuit court by any unsuccessful candidate for such office or nomination thereto or by any elector qualified to vote in the election related to such candidacy, or by any taxpayer, respectively.

(2) Such contestant shall file a complaint, together with the fees prescribed in chapter 28, with the clerk of the circuit court within 10 days after
midnight of the date the last board responsible for certifying the results officially certifies the results of the election being contested.

(3) The complaint shall set forth the grounds on which the contestant intends to establish his or her right to such office or set aside the result of the
election on a submitted referendum. The grounds for contesting an election under this section are:”

“(b) Ineligibility of the successful candidate for the nomination or office in dispute.”


Florida has a procedure for advisory opinions.

“Division of Election Advisory Opinions

Who May Request an Opinion?

By law, the Division of Elections may provide advisory opinions only to a supervisor of elections, candidate, local officer having election related duties, political party, political committee, committee of continuous existence or other person or organization engaged in political activity, relating to any provisions or possible violations of Florida election laws.
Legal Effect of an Opinion:

The Division of Elections provides a historical database of advisory opinions for reference purposes only. An advisory opinion represents the Division’s interpretation of the law applicable at the time the opinion is issued, as applied to a particular set of facts or chcircumstances, and is binding solely on the person or organization who requested the opinion. A previously issued advisory opinion may or may not apply to your situation depending upon your particular facts and circumstances and the current state of applicable law. Therefore, before drawing any legal conclusions based upon the information in this database, you or an attorney engaged on your behalf should refer to the current Florida Statutes, rules adopted by the Division of Elections, and applicable case law.”


Abdul Hassan received the following advisory opinion response from Florida.

“Section 103.021, Florida Statutes, as amended by Ch. 2011-40, § 45, Laws of Florida (2011), governs ballot access in Florida for presidential candidates who have no party affiliation and those who_are the nominees of political parties. Assuming you satisfy all requirements of section 103.021, the Secretary of State of Florida performs only a ministerial function as a filing officer for such candidates. The Secretary of State has no authority to look beyond the filing documents to determine i f a candidate is eligible. The Florida Supreme Court long ago stated: “The law does not give the secretary of state any power or authority to inquire into or pass upon the eligibility of a candidate to hold office for the nomination for which he is running.” Davis ex rel. Taylor v. Crawford, 116 So. 41, 42 (Fla. 1928). I f a presidential candidate (or the party in the
case of a political party nominee) files the required papers under Chapter 1 03, Florida Statutes, which papers are complete on their face, the Secretary must grant ballot access to the candidate. However, the Secretary’s ministerial granting of ballot access would not preclude litigation from proper plaintiffs to remove a candidate’s name from the ballot i f the candidate does not satisfy
the qualifications for the office of President of the United States.”



83 responses to “FL primary opens door to Obama eligibilty challenge, Florida statutes allow contest, 10 day window, Circuit court, Obama natural born citizen deficiency

  1. Fasten your seat belts folks…..it’s coming…..check this out……looks like things are coming to a head….

    Shocking Collapse Of World Economy Warned Is Underway
    Posted on truther on February 1, 2012


  2. It was a great rally with the Good Dr. tonight……the ballroom was filled with standing room only….can hardly wait to caucus on Saturday…..should be a big turn around for the Doctor here and in Maine…….that is if the GOP THUGS don’t steal it again…..a lot of voter FRAUD going on in each state so far……the whole country should be in an uproar but yet many are still asleep as to what is going on! Below is a great observation of the speech ….BTW….we’re in 3rd place with delegates…..

    Ron Paul KILLS IT in tonight’s speech after the Florida Primary
    Submitted by sharkhearted on Tue, 01/31/2012 – 19:20

    Every network carried it.

    it was POWERFUL. I hope somebody can supply the recorded version.

    I was cheering as if it were a sports event.

    Dr. Paul KILLED IT! One of his best speeches ever.

    He brought up the fact that “We actually have something we believe in!”

    LOL I love it.

    My favorite line was his last:

    “We don’t want anymore government.

    We want our liberty back!!”


    Norfolk, VA

    Ron Paul Energetic Speech In Nevada After Florida voting

  3. Bill G | January 31, 2012 at 10:47 pm |
    Joe Farah said on Hannity just now that Rubio is not NBC, like Obama, and cannot be VP candidate; Beckel and Hannity were speechless.

    I happened to see this flipping through channels looking for election results.

    Good for Farah.

  4. Good Morning CW & jacqlynsmith, et. al.

  5. This tape is the end of Newt, he needs to drop out and let Santoum and Mitt fight it out. If I were Santorum I would run this clip on every radio and TV ad.

    Obama will.


  6. California to run out of Cash in a month– Hmmm, that’s about the first of March, Right?? Hmmmm

    Posted By: Watchman
    Date: Tuesday, 31-Jan-2012 17:56:07

    If anyone is tired of the daily European soap opera with surrealistic tragicomic overtones, they can simply shift their gaze to the 8th largest economy in the world: the insolvent state of California, whose controller just told legislators has just over a month worth of cash left. From the Sacramento Bee: “California will run out of cash by early March if the state does not take swift action to find $3.3 billion through payment delays and borrowing, according to a letter state Controller John Chiang sent to state lawmakers today. The announcement is surprising since lawmakers previously believed the state had enough cash to last through the fiscal year that ends in June.” ….uh, oops? But sure, fix the problem of excess debt by more “borrowing” why not. As for the math: “But Chiang said additional cash management solutions are needed because state tax revenues are $2.6 billion less than what Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers assumed in their optimistic budget last year. Meanwhile, Chiang said, the state is spending $2.6 billion more than state leaders planned on.” Quick, someone come up with a plan that involves subsidies and tariffs on China, or something else that deflects from what the source of the problem really is. Because the last thing that anyone in America would want to bring up is this thing called “responsibility” for their actions, or, as in now becoming the default case, the lack thereof. And why do that, when time spent so much more productively scapegoating this, and blaming that for one’s own massive errors of judgment.

    From the Bee:

    The Assembly budget committee is considering a bill today that would enable $865 million of borrowing from existing state accounts, Senate Bill 95. Chiang, after consultation with the Department of Finance and state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, is also seeking about $2.4 billion in delayed payments to universities, counties and Medi-Cal, as well as additional borrowing from outside investors.

    Absent these actions, the state would fall below its prudent $2.5 billion cash cushion on Feb. 29, Chiang estimated. On March 8, the state would actually end up $730 million in the red. The state would be below the safe cash cushion for several weeks ending April 13, save for several days at the end of March.

    With such actions, Chiang believes the state would not have to use IOUs or delay tax refunds, maneuvers that have been relied upon in previous years. But Chiang also said that “more cash solutions may be required if our revenues continue to erode or if disbursements significantly exceed estimates.”

    So 3 years after Lehman filed for bankruptcy, everyone in the world continues to be terminally insolvent, but because everyone is in the same boat, everyone pretends not to notice and the best thing is just to blame Meredith Whitney for telling it like it is, if not getting the timing quite right? But at least the Fed isn’t about to print up a tsunami of dollar-equivalent ones and zeros.


  7. I would also ad, those so-called Tea Party leaders look like fools for supporting Newt as some kind of electable Conservative.You betcha…….

  8. Hi Zach….nice to hear from you as well…..hope all is well in your corner of the world! 🙂

  9. Pat 1789…..I saw that video on the GRINCH the other day…it’s been making it’s rounds on facebook and many blogs……can’t believe people are so blind as to support this BIG GOVERNMENT DOG……hard to tell when the blinders will finally come off many folks….the truth shall set us free and just for the record I wanna’ say……I told you so!! Can’t wait!

  10. I’m doing well jacqlynsmith. Hope you are too. CW – any word on legal challenges planed in Florida during this window?

  11. Good Morning All, from the Daily Caller, Darrel Issa is threatening Eric Holder with contempt of Congress…

  12. http://www.cdobs.com/archive/featured/wired-for-silence-patrick-fitzgeralds-rezko-watchers/

    I posted this yesterday but I wanted to make sure no one missed it…

  13. didn’t someone sue FL last year under these same provisions, and lost ?

    What is different this time around that will make a difference?

    BTW ron paul has , to date, 6 delegates based upon the PEOPLE voting in Iowa, S Carolina, Florida, and New Hampshire. Romney has 40. Paul is in dead last place and does NOT have a chance.

  14. Good morning Zach, et al.
    No word yet on FL that I have received.

  15. Bessie | February 1, 2012 at 8:09 am |

    Good Morning All, from the Daily Caller, Darrel Issa is threatening Eric Holder with contempt of Congress…
    Holder should have been charged with contempt months ago.

  16. John in Illinois

    Can someone say when the Ga ballot challenge judgement will be made public?

  17. Morning Bob; you might find this interesting in regards to “fast and furious”, I alway’s had a gut feeling there would be Chicago ties….

  18. Illinois Board of Elections to hear Obama Eligibility Cases Feb. 2
    Obama Ballot Challenge


    The Illinois State Board of Elections will conduct a SPECIAL Board Meeting on Thursday, February 2, 2012.

    The meeting is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. in the Board’s conference room 14-100 in the James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL and via video conference at the Board’s principal office located at 1020 S. Spring St., Springfield, IL. Admittance to the 14th floor of the Thompson Center requires security screening and production of a government issued identification.


  19. who are the plaintiffs in the illinois case?
    could be obot plants just to throw off the GA case ruling….?

  20. According to Gary Holland, atty. w/ Fla. DOS, the final Certification of Election or Primary is 2/14/2012. The 10 day window starts there.

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  22. You know folks, we live in perilous times. The world economy is a crossroads of sorts, we have leaders that we don’t trust (on all sides) and our very way of life is slowly (or even quickly) being eroded because of decisions made by shadowy groups that claim to be enlightened in their own way. I, for one, choose not to live in fear any longer. Get control of your own lives, downsize and get back to the basics of family and friendship. If I had a nickel for every time that I read one of these “the sky is falling” posts..well, you know the rest of it. Remember that FEAR is False Evidence Appearing Real. Be on guard, but living a life of isolation and anxiety is not healthy.

  23. Thanks Mick.

  24. Any word from Georgia yet?

    Can’t find anything!

  25. Interested Bystander

    Pat commented:

    “This tape is the end of Newt, he needs to drop out and let Santoum and Mitt fight it out. If I were Santorum I would run this clip on every radio and TV ad.

    Obama will.”

    This is a one minute and fifteen second clip from a ONE HOUR conference call. Although I haven’t had time to listen to the whole thing, I’m thinking a one minute and fifteen second hack job could have been done.

    Besides, don’t YOU support a man who actually SIGNED a mandate when he was Governor?

    I’m thinking that actually MAKING law is a little more serious than just TALKING about it.


    The problem with that thinking is that while you can control your life so long as you have the means to do that, the way things are going, I’m suspect as to whether we will have that ability “down the road” IF we continue on the path we are on.

    UNLESS you are stocking up on gold and silver, you are putting yourself in a pretty “serious” situation.

    I understand and respect your thoughts.

    I don’t mean to come across as a “doom and gloom”er, I think of it as more of a slap upside the head to get us thinking “right” again type of tactic.

  26. Paxson, thanks for that post (11:30 am). I have come to the same conclusion sometime ago but have to be reminded of it daily. If we live each day enjoying the moments as they come, with gratitude to God for the blessings we have, we will be more productive and happy than if we base our lives today on what might happen in the future.
    After all, the Lord’s Prayer says, “…….give us this day our daily bread……”

    Yes, the world and our country are in for a very rocky ride. “I don’t know what the future holds, but I know Who holds the future.” Really there is not one thing I or any other person can do about the cataclysmic events – natural or manmade – that may happen. Yes, be on our guard, but why live now under the burden of doom and gloom? In so doing we are just adding to consternation and misery AND weakening our ability to cope when the need arises.

    This is not to minimize the serious of the times, but fifty years ago when we moved to Phoenix, the big topic was bomb shelters and the extreme need to buy lots of gold and silver. It was being recommended that we find a secure room in our homes that could be used to protect us from radiation. It was not silly, but it turned out to be unnecessary.

    I do not have my head in the sand nor have a happy-go-lucky attitude, but the most important thing for me to do is to be sure my life is pleasing to the Lord, that I help others, and am prepared for eternity…..That’s what REALLY counts.

  27. John in Illinois, and Dora. I can’t find anything either. Waiting on pins and needles!

  28. Dora.
    It is not time yet.
    Ruling expected by end of week.

  29. A Crazy Old Coot

    Sonething that I don’t understand:
    Buying gold and silver may be a good thing. But, when everything goes down, how do you spend it? Do you cut off pieces (ie pieces of eight), or do you hand over a bar of gold for a loaf of bread? I’m just confused.

  30. 65-1 is the number of ads Romeny ran against Newt in Florida.
    Thats 13000 ads to newts 200.

    Did Romeny win the election or just BUY it???? IS that who you want for president?
    The Rich Guy????

    Can he keep spending like that and what will be left if he does go against Obama?

  31. I.B.,

    My apologies for not getting back to you yesterday. To bring forward a few concerns you have, I will say, those are my concerns as well.

    One of the few qualities I personally agree with Ron Paul (and you) is his aggressiveness towards the Federal Reserve and balancing our national budget. I fully support his efforts and am extremely disappointed with the lack of congressional support pertaining to such.

    Does not balancing a federal and national budget create a national security issue? Absolutely. It’s a problem and a dire on at that.

    As always, I look forward to your insightful thoughts.

  32. jerome | February 1, 2012 at 1:33 pm |



    Excellent questions. And yes, campaign monetary amounts have a significant effect on elections. Obama garnished the highest amount in known history. Some was illegal and foreign donations.

    That is Alinsky tactic. Flood the donations and courts beyond its capability and you will be successful, as they cannot investigate such overwhelming cases.

  33. Cabby@12:39

    ‘Yes, the world and our country are in for a very rocky ride. “I don’t know what the future holds, but I know Who holds the future.” Really there is not one thing I or any other person can do about the cataclysmic events – natural or manmade – that may happen.’

    This blessed me SO much, Cabby. It is a truth that I know in my heart of hearts, yet I still need to be reminded of often, because honestly, the enemy of my soul tries to steal it everyday. Thanks.

  34. A Crazy Old Coot | February 1, 2012 at 1:26 pm |

    Your comment struck me as being funny, because I asked the very same questions 2 years ago. I even mentioned the bread, like do you shave off the edge of a nugget to buy a loaf or what. Too funny.

    I do know people around our parts are buying safes and bolting them to their foundations. Moving assets out of the banks, stocking up on ammo, gold, silver, copper, etc. We live in a rural area of the country and most of us here have ample land to either raise food, or graze stock. Everyone owns several types of firearms for protection from both 2 legged and 4 legged varmits…basic survival is just a normal part of everyday life.

    The bartering with gold has always had me baffled. I guess enough safely stored somewhere would be some form of peace of mind

  35. SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 2:42 pm |
    This blessed me SO much, Cabby. It is a truth that I know in my heart of hearts, yet I still need to be reminded of often, because honestly, the enemy of my soul tries to steal it everyday. Thanks.
    SueQ, you’re welcome, but your words often bless me also. You are so right about the enemy trying to steal our joy. He is the author of this confusion so prevalent today, and his modus operandi is to divide and conquer. God bless you and your husband.

  36. A Crazy Old Coot | February 1, 2012 at 1:26 pm |

    ..Gold and Silver


    You are not confused with your comments. It is an excellent question.

    At the risk of not boring you to death with economic details and history, I will attempt to explain it this way.

    Gold, Silver and other precious metals are simply an investment hedge against the paper dollar. The more a government borrows without the ability to pay back its investors, it in turns print money to pay back its debt. This creates hyper-inflation, which means the value of the paper money is lowered in its purchasing power, i.e., worth less.

    Now, in a worse case situation, such as a world economic collapse of monetary funds, how much is your investment in precious metals worth then? Probably nothing. At that time, if ever such an event happened, the Bartering system would be worth more than Gold for survival.

    As Hank William Jr. Said. “A Country Boy will survive”.

    If it ever came to that of course.

  37. HonorFirst | February 1, 2012 at 2:44 pm |
    A Crazy Old Coot | February 1, 2012 at 1:26 pm |
    I’ve often wondered if folks ever think about the points you raise re. gold and silver. As an investment it is fine for those who can afford it, but be assured it is not without risk, too. Oh, of course, it does not carry the same type of risk as stock market or real estate investments, but nonetheless security can be a problem.

    Where do you house it? Thievery? Government confiscation of gold? Anyone who finds that you have it stored on your premises could kill you or threaten your loved ones to get it. Just proffering it in a barter transaction would be a tip off. What about tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc.? I’m not knocking precious metal investments but just saying the obvious. Nothing of this world’s goods is secure, but some more than others.

    As far as using it to barter with, imho it would be better to have silver coins and also the smallest gold ones rather than bullion.

  38. Cabby,

    Smiling here. We were both thinking about the bartering system.

  39. Julie T | February 1, 2012 at 4:45 am |
    Sue Q, Ron Paul has EXCELLENT ideas about our economy and The Fed, but he is a racist and antisemite which is a deal breaker for many of us. He had those newsletters from years ago that he was publisher and editor. He claims that he didn’t write them, but when you are listed as editor and publisher, you really can’t say you didn’t know. It doesn’t pass the smell test.

    Julie, whether he was aware or not , I don’t know. I do know one thing, and that is if you live on this planet long enough, you will say or do things that you regret. Sort of like Romney regrets being pro-choice, and Gingrich regrets being for the individual mandate?

    You may even lend your name and support to someone who you realize later was bad news. I know I have. Good judgment comes with maturity I suppose. I think all the candidates are generally decent men and any one of them would be an improvement.

    I am not anti-Semitic or racist. I am a believer in Jesus, born a Jew, under the law. Nothing thrills me more than hearing that a Jew or Gentile (no matter the color of their skin) has come to a saving knowledge of our Lord. So the family of God grows. More to love when we arrive at our destination.

    I don’t have any expectations that Paul will win the nomination. And he stated that he will not split the electorate and run third party, which is praiseworthy. But he very well could bring a lot of pressure on the nominee to FINALLY DO SOMETHIING ABOUT THE FED! Depending on how many delegates he ends up with, he could exert influence. That’s a good thing.

    Come November, I will vote ABO. Period!

  40. Just an observation on trading tangible assets….
    Back in the day, it was common for people to carry chains made of gold and silver wherein the individual links were used in commerce…much more conveient than coins.
    I noticed on a cruise ship recently they were selling these types of chains for
    use in barter. They are different than jewelry in that they are made of large ugly links and are sold off of reels like wire.

  41. Yeah, William……Thanks for your good points about the rationale for investing in precious metals, i.e., as a hedge against the devaluation of the dollar. Each person has to decide what course to take, as I see it. As they say, nothing is certain in this life but death and taxes.

    As much as we take responsibility for our own lives and should, we do not have complete control over them. It is beyond our capability to prevent all accidents, all health maladies, and any other of the many tragedies that can overtake us without notice. How we handle these grave difficulties DOES count. (I’ll get off the soapbox now 🙂 )

  42. Great summation:

    HURT: ‘Islamist Firster’ president not what he claimed

    As for the rest of the world, Mr. Obama promised to devote himself to healing the grave injustices and halting the atrocities that have afflicted the world since the rise of radical, violent jihadism. With his Muslim roots, Mr. Obama was positioned better than any leader on the global stage to speak with authority to radical Islamists and finally bring about permanent peace.

    Instead, Mr. Obama chose to unilaterally alienate perhaps our most strategically important ally in the world and do all he can to cozy up to the very people who are dedicated to destroyng not only Israel, but America as well.


  43. SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 3:35 pm |

    …”And he [Ron Paul] stated that he will not split the electorate and run third party”


    Does that sound like a Presidential Candidate that’s in it with expectations and ability to win?

    Of course not. Ron knows.

  44. “The Just will live by faith” (Romans 1:17)

  45. William@3:51

    No, I think he’s in it to educate and exert some influence. I am all for that. Our eventual nominee needs to be pressured to reign in reckless spending and unaccountability.

  46. SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 4:07 pm |



    And the reward from the GOP to Ron Paul will be to grant Ron Paul a Speakers positions during the GOP Convention and promises in the future to support his efforts (bills).

    You are correct, and I agree; that is not all bad and does have some positive connotation with domestic issues. Now whether or not the GOP upholds its end of the deal, is another story to be told in the near future.

  47. I don’t trust the Illinois Board of Elections. Is that the same group that ruled Rahm was a resident of Chicago by living in DC?
    Too much corruption in Illinois to expect a principled outcome.
    I’m hoping we can get a foothold in GA, Fla and some other states.

  48. SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 3:57 pm |
    “The Just will live by faith” (Romans 1:17)
    William | February 1, 2012 at 4:20 pm |
    Now whether or not the GOP upholds its end of the deal, is another story to be told in the near future.
    The GOP had better if they don’t want to lose all credibility going forward.
    After reading how the redistricting in FL by a Republican legislature could cost Rep. Allen West his position, I am getting more and more dubious about the influence the Establishment is having upon the political future.

    Strong efforts are already under way to try to destroy the effectiveness of the Tea Party. I believe some of it is coming from the elitist wing of the Repub Party.

  49. Cabby – AZ | February 1, 2012 at 4:29 pm |


    You are absolutely correct Cabby. In fact, its a majority of the GOP elitists in congress under the Karl Rove strategy – only elect and promote those electable – regardless of destruction domestically and foreign policies alike, which are jeopardizing this Country.

    It is a serious concern today more so than any other time in history.

  50. Cabby – AZ | February 1, 2012 at 12:39 pm |

    After all, the Lord’s Prayer says, “…….give us this day our daily bread……”
    Cabby, this in a nutshell is exactly what I was trying to say. Don’t let them steal your life. That doesn’t mean to let down your guard or that we shouldn’t stand together against all of the strife and chaos. Just don’t let the craziness of our times steal your life way. I listen to some people throw the craziest stuff out there and honestly they have let their own brains be confused by the chaos. There is no method to their madness and it’s hard to determine whether or not they have lost their minds, are dupes or are just extremely unhappy people. Stay the course with the things that we can change, step by step we’ll gain ground.

  51. http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2012/01/obama-primary-ballot-access-challenge_31.html

    Just as I suspected. Plantiff Jackson did not file a responce in time, so the recommendation from the hearing officer went against him.

    Looks like a Team obot set up. They were able to get the BC and The bogus Indiana decision entered into the record.

  52. Doug Vogt’s Mega Neutron Bomb On Obama’s Eligibility

  53. “Besides, don’t YOU support a man who actually SIGNED a mandate when he was Governor?”

    I support the (R) candidate who can raise 1 Billion dollars and un seat the Usurper. You do not.
    It’s a two person race now, Mitt and Santorum.

  54. Maybe you’ve already seen this, but for those who were saying they couldn’t hear the GA courtroom taping:



  55. William | February 1, 2012 at 4:20 pm |
    SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 4:07 pm |



    And the reward from the GOP to Ron Paul will be to grant Ron Paul a Speakers positions during the GOP Convention and promises in the future to support his efforts (bills).
    William, I agree with you here. I am looking forward to Dr. Paul articulating what is wrong with our country right now. As I’ve said before, Dr. Paul has the diagnosis correct on many different things but some of his prescriptions are a bit harsh.

  56. Rob@4:45

    Interesting interview. Somewhere around 12 minute mark he mentions that the forgerer was unwilling… did it to keep his job… left deliberate signs to tip others off.

  57. Paxson | February 1, 2012 at 4:43 pm |
    Stay the course with the things that we can change, step by step we’ll gain ground.
    Paxson, that is exactly the positive attitude we need….nothing less.

  58. Georgia Ruling on Obama Ballot Challenge Coming Soon

    Judge Malihi moved the deadline for filing our legal briefs up to today, so today we filed two documents with Georgia’s Office of State Administrative Hearings. We expect Judge Malihi to rule promptly on this matter. As soon as he does, we will let you know both what his ruling is and what it means.
    Liberty Legal Foundation

    Read more:

  59. Help – in moderation. Thanks!

  60. the donald to endorse newt tomorrow in nevada

  61. Who the heck wants to vote for someone with a perfect voting record; a DOCTOR, a military VET who never flip-flopped on the issues and after 30 years is still pro-freedom, pro-liberty, pro-private property / 2nd amendment, is anti-war, anti-corporate/bankster bailouts, zero scandals, married to the same woman for over 54 years; wants to abolish the private corporation: the “Federal” Reserve and bring back a sound monetary policy. YUCK!!!
    I’d rather be like and vote for another empty-suit, bought-and-paid-for, Luciferian, puppet politician who’ll LIE and say whatever the heck they want so idiots like you will vote for them.

    Speaking of racist, how is RP racist when he did a lot of pro-bono medical treatments for people of ALL colors?
    “By their fruits, you shall know them”

  62. Just as I suspected. Plantiff Jackson did not file a responce in time, so the recommendation from the hearing officer went against him.

    >>>appears that he has a valid reason as to why this happened….

  63. I am wondering if anyone knows when we can see the report that was put together by Sheriff Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse? I don’t blame the sheriff for playing this one close to his vest, and am sure he’s not going to publicize the exact date of the release. However, I’m anxious to see what they’ve found (if anything.) Like many of you, I’ve been following the elusive birth certificate antics since early ’08, and am hoping something will sway in our favor before the November election.

    I’ll be interested to see the response of the press, and especially by those who claim to be on the “right” side of the news. I’m not holding my breath, this will lead the World News Report on any of the networks, but hopefully, the report from the Cold Case Posse will build some steam that helps unseat the anointed one. It’s apparent the MSM, and the left prefer to keep their heads in the sand, only removing it to smell their own flatulence from time to time.

    As always, thanks to CW for keeping this blog updated regularly, and scouring the ether for the latest news on Barry’s eligibility (or, lack of.)

  64. Laugh Of the Day

    From a little boy in aTexas preschool class:

    My Favorite Animal

    Our teacher asked what my favorite animal was, and I said, “Fried chicken.”
    She said I wasn’t funny, but she couldn’t have been right, because everyone else laughed.
    My parents told me to always tell the truth. I did. Fried chicken is my favorite animal.
    I told my dad what happened, and he said my teacher was probably a member of PETA.
    He said they love animals very much.
    I do, too. Especially chicken, pork and beef. Anyway, my teacher sent me to the Principal’s office.
    I told him what happened, and he laughed, too. Then he told me not to do it again.

    The next day in class my teacher asked me what my favorite live animal was.
    I told her it was chicken. She asked me why, so I told her it was because you could make them into fried chicken.

    She sent me back to the Principal’s office. He laughed, and told me not to do it again.

    I don’t understand. My parents taught me to be honest, but my teacher doesn’t like it when I am.

    Today, my teacher asked us to tell her what famous person we admire most. I told her, “Colonel Sanders.”

    Guess where I am now…

  65. GOOD NEWS:


    Apparently according to the Russian news agency PRAVDA, an arrest warrant was issued for Mr. George Soros. The warrant was issued by Mr. Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Russia on 24 Jan 2012. Apparently Soros was attempting to crash the Russian economy and got caught by Putin.

    Personally, I hope Russia gets the SOB and puts him under the jail….

    This arrest warrant was issued on 24 Jan, 2012, wonder why NO MAJOR NEWS ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES HAS REPORTED ON THIS?

    Could it be because Soros owns controlling interest in our public news stations?.

  66. da verg | February 1, 2012 at 8:48 pm |

    Just as I suspected. Plantiff Jackson did not file a responce in time, so the recommendation from the hearing officer went against him.

    >>>appears that he has a valid reason as to why this happened….

    And that is?
    I would be happy to admit I am wrong.

  67. SueQ | February 1, 2012 at 5:41 pm |


    Interesting interview. Somewhere around 12 minute mark he mentions that the forgerer was unwilling… did it to keep his job… left deliberate signs to tip others off.
    All of this was done so they could destroy America, steal billions, arm an Army of criminals in Mexico with AK 47s, and shred our Constitution.

    Lets hope we can nail these bastards to the wall before they do any more damage to this country, IE; the election!

  68. Attorney Van Irion’s filing today is powerful and can be read at ORYR. Let us pray for God to guide Judge Mahili.

  69. Bribery, Corruption At Justice Dept.
    Holder’s DOJ not prosecuting indicted financial crime ring.

    A U.S. Justice Department source has told The Daily Caller that at least two DOJ prosecutors accepted cash bribes from allegedly corrupt finance executives who were indicted under court seal within the past 13 months, but never arrested or prosecuted.

    The sitting governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands, his attorney general and an unspecified number of Virgin Islands legislators also accepted bribes, the source said, adding that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is aware prosecutors and elected officials were bribed and otherwise compromised, but has not held anyone accountable.

    The bribed officials, an attorney with knowledge of the investigation told TheDC, remain on the taxpayers’ payroll at the Justice Department without any accountability. The DOJ source said Holder does not want to admit public officials accepted bribes while under his leadership.

    That source said that until the summer of 2011, the two compromised prosecutors were part of a team of more than 25 federal prosecutors pursuing a financial crime ring, and at least five other prosecutors tasked to the case were also compromised by the criminal suspects they were investigating, without being bribed.

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/02/01/bribery-compromised-officials-leave-indicted-financial-crime-suspects-free-from-prosecution-under-holders-doj/#ixzz1lBv7agUy

  70. http://www.wnd.com/2011/05/297485/

    Rubio’s press secretary says his parents were Cuban citizens when he was born and naturalized when he was 4 years old, but Rubio considers himself NBC.

    We’ve got to spread the word NBC is required of any person seeking POTUS or VPOTUS, regardless of party. Rubio may serve in roles requiring US Citizenship, but not those requiring NBC.

  71. “The ‘Baer-Haggerty Offensive’ Radio Show with special guest CDR Kerchner (Ret)”

    [audio src="http://www.kerchner.com/audio/baerhaggertyoffensive-cdrk-epatriot-20120201.mp3" /]


  72. If Rubio CONSIDERS himself to be an NBC then he is NO BETTER than Soetoro. One does not CONSIDER THEMSELVES to be an NBC. This is something that results from having TWO PARENTS who were both born on US SOIL. If his parents were naturalised BEFORE he was BORN then he can QUALIFY. Since he was born before his parents were naturalised he is NOT qualified to hold either the POTUS,or VICE POTUS office. Obviously he has NOT READ our LAWS either. But given the fact that in our society UP is now DOWN, he will probably be CERTIFIED AS A NBC. It isn’t those who are trying to get around our laws. In reality it is those who either can’t read the laws to begin with,or those who no longer give a damn about the integrity of our country anyway..

  73. Rob, thank you for posting Rev. Manning’s interview. WOW!! I had to listen to it twice and I’m still amazed by what was said. I think what struck me was that the people who forced the forgerer to make the phony birth certificate didn’t realize that tiny mistakes were made to reveal it as a forgery. Also, all of the people involved have no idea what treason is and what the penalty is. Thanks to the lefties dumbing down our schools by not teaching history correctly, these obots have no idea how serious their crimes are.

  74. People who no longer care about their country are in reality a pile of “FLY SH#t”. They are the DRUG HEADS, THE ILLITERATE MORONS, THE HOMOSEXUALS, and general criminals. These people will drown as a result of their OWN ILLICIT behavior, and they will drown in the sea of their own stupidity, and moral ineptitude. Sadly such people in the us now OUTNUMBER those who follow our laws,and God’s requisite. Hopefully someday we can resurrect our country. But this will only happen when the aforementioned masses are neutralised. I certainly hope that all of our YUPPIE supporters of this sort of life enjoy everthing that they get because it is ill gotten,and they will eventually pay the fiddler for their behavior.

  75. There is approximately 10 months remaining before voters once again cast their ballots for a POTUS. In the interim I am praying that those among us who have in the past supported the political criminals now in office, will see their error,and act to correct it. But inevitably whoever is elected, will NOT be able to wave a MAGIC WAND,and create jobs out of thin air. American businessmen must have an environment which permits their investments, BEFORE jobs will materialise. Such an environment does not really exist at present. The US government can NO LONGER bail out companies in financial trouble. But if this is their choice then the Government will nationalise ALL American business….at which point we will become a Socialist government, just like our European counterparts.


  77. SueQ, yes we all say things that we regret and if it was a 1 time thing, that is fine, we all make mistakes. Rep. Paul has had a pattern of behavior that is troubling. He has never said that he regretted what he said and has basically blown off the newsletters. Here is the problem with the newsletters, either he is inept and allowed himself to be put in charge as editor and publisher but didn’t know what was going on (for several years) or he knew what was going on and allowed the despicable things to be published. Either scenario doesn’t make him look good.

    Romney made the stupid remark about the poor can be excused as stupid and he quickly tried to fix the situation, and Newt has addressed his mistakes from the past. I haven’t heard Rep. Paul make any similiar statements which is very troubling.

    I don’t think you are racist by any means, it’s just that Rep. Paul is getting the “Obama treatment” from the press by not addressing his problems, only his admirable qualities. That isn’t fair to the others in the race.

  78. rminnc.
    That was great!

  79. Interested Bystander

    Cabby commented:

    “After reading how the redistricting in FL by a Republican legislature could cost Rep. Allen West his position, I am getting more and more dubious about the influence the Establishment is having upon the political future.”

    It’s BOTH sides, how can you justify these “districts” (have you seen some of them? they follow interstates for MILES before opening up in some cases) and how can they “represent” the population?

    One of the things that irks me is the media’s constant indoctrination that we are all different.

    We aren’t, no matter what color you are, what religion you follow, what sex you are, or what lifestyle you CHOOSE to lead, when we get cut, we all bleed red.

    It’s the media, the elitists, and the politicians who try to divide us.

    Of course they succeed, especially when it’s drummed in to our heads from pretty much day one.

    We are the HUMAN race.

    And another thing, the folks we elect to represent us, whether they are congressmen or senators, they are SUPPOSED to what is best in the COUNTRY’S interest. Not some subculture, or area, but as a WHOLE.

    That’s why I didn’t like Santorum’s answer on the “right to work” bill that he voted against. Sure it may have cost him his job, but the most important thing is to do what is best for the COUNTRY, even as a senator, and even if it goes against the will of the people of his State.

  80. Robert Mitchell

    I urge all members here to send me a friend request on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/robertxxmitchell ) and also send a request to join my group there, Keep Obama Off the Ballot (https://www.facebook.com/groups/271250102940706/ ).

  81. The left or the democrats do not want their boy obama the fraud to have to debate Newt Gingrich and that is why there are so many Obots that want Mitt Romney to be the GOP nominee . They think the fraud obama can beat Mitt Romney in a debate and they may be right .

  82. Pingback: Florida election corruption bias incompetence, Secretary of State, Judges, Voeltz v Obama treatment obstruction of justice, Obama eligibility case ignored obfuscated and delayed | Citizen WElls

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