Monday, January 30, 2012

Obama ineligible for POTUS
on Georgia ballot?


Last week, a judge in the State of Georgia, after a formal hearing, is deciding whether or not Barack Obama will be on the ballot for President of the United State in the state. The facts presented were very damning, and the President presented no defense.

The biggest problem in the matter is that the Supreme Court already declared Barack Obama ineligible to be President of the United States...in 1875!


What's most alarming to me are the following questions:

Why is the national main stream media ignoring the hearing in Georgia? Is this not newsworthy?

Would the main stream media cover the hearing it if it were Romney, Gingrich or any other conservative on trial?

Why did Congress allow anyone to run for the office of POTUS without proving eligibility?

Why is Barack Obama not defending his eligibility in the Georgia court?

Is enforcement of the US Constitution a thing of the past?

Are congressional leaders exempt from the laws of this nation?

Where is the outcry?

Does anyone really care?

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"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."
Edmund Burke

3 comments:

Kathleen... said...

Amen, amen, amen. It truly makes my head explode when Pres. O is held to different standards (or lack thereof) than the rest of the planet -- and more glaringly, anyone outside of the Democratic Party.

TommyBoy said...

Ditto.

Bruce Price said...

You can serve an important function by having your lawyer friends explain the law simply. People are really confused. And the local media explain nothing.

My own sense is that there's just too much coming at Obama.