From Philip J Berg today, election day, November 4, 2008:
“Election Day – Tuesday November 4th
by Obama Crimes on Mon 03 Nov 2008 07:45 PM EST
Don’t forget to vote. It’s important.
Remember everything that has transpired in this election, but especially during the past 10 1/2 weeks when you go to cast your vote. Remember the techniques used by each of the candidates in their campaigning strategies. The campaign tactics are EXACTLY what you can expect, and more, once the candidate is elected. Generally they never get better, but just imagine if they obfuscate now, how bad will the secrecy get when they are in office.
Be sure to ask yourself, did the candidate use tactics which violated any of your rights? First Amendment, Free Speech, Civil Liberties, Freedom of Information, etc.?
Does the Candidate uphold our United States Constitution? Do you know if the candidate is eligible to serve as President of the United States pursuant to our United States Constittution?
Has the candidate you are interested in voting for answered all your questions? Resolved all your doubts? Put all your concerns to rest? Provide documentation to satisfy your curiosity?
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET THE REASON FOR BERG v. OBAMA, ET AL.
If a Presidential candidate would rather litigate and use legal technicalities to obfuscate, instead of answering and providing the proof of a very simple question, “are you QUALIFIED and/or ELIGIBLE pursuant to the United States Constitution to serve as President of the United States”, WHY WOULD YOU VOTE FOR HIM, when he and his party says you have absolutely NO right and NO STANDING to question him/them.
Barack Hussein Obama refused to answer the simple question and instead hid behind the technicality of standing claiming none of us “United States Citizens and Registered Voters” have STANDING to raise the issue and/or ask questions. Vote as if it is your last opportunity ever. Obama has proven he does not respect any of us, our United States Constitution and/or Laws of our Country.”
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